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Movement Control

Caiman indexes, traces and controls in a rational  way all the countless movements of any module or  component part  of each aircraft. The system is programmed to handle the following types of operations:
receiving of parts, normally accompanied by some form of documentation (invoice copies, packing slip). Parts can either be "ordered" (purchase or repair orders) or "non ordered" (returned loans, borrowing, returns from stations)
removal followed by reinstallation
removal only, with no immediate replacement
installation only, not immediately following a                                              removal
installation or removal of a subassembly on or from a next higher assembly on ground.

Caiman is  capable of avoiding errors  in  movements, simply  and  effectively.  The information  relevant  to each  movement  is carefully checked both against  the data base information and the changing conditions  fed in  during the life of each part, component or  aircraft.

Through  one simple transaction,  the  movement  of  an entire  and complex module is submitted to  a  detailed control down to its smallest component, all information being  automatically  filtered  through  the   recorded  structure and substructure.      

Any  inconsistency  is immediately transmitted to  the operator's screen, and the movement blocked. These  controls of consistency are varied  and  include such  
things as the existence of a  conformity  between the  last movement and the actual; that the  status  of  the part to be installed is always "on"; that the SLO value (Since Last Overhaul)  has  not exceeded the limit  plus tolerance time or value,  etc.  

At  this  point in the Caiman procedure  any relevant information about limits and residual flying time can be instantly obtained for any Rotable on board,  from the smallest component, to the whole aircraft.

 

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