CIMdata's Don Tolle to Participate in an upcoming Webinar on Aircraft Quality and Reliability

The webinar will share information on a solution that helps our warfighters maintain battlefield readiness and air superiority.
By: CIMdata
Webinar on Aircraft Quality and Reliability
Webinar on Aircraft Quality and Reliability
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Oct. 22, 2020 - PRLog -- CIMdata, Inc., the leading global PLM strategic management consulting and research firm, announces that Don Tolle, Director for Simulation-Driven Systems Development, will take part in a webinar that is being sponsored by NLign Analytics (NLign). Other participants include Lieutenant Colonel Gary J. Steffes, United States Air Force, and Craig Rees, VP Sales, NLign. The webinar, NLign's Structural Integrity 3D Digital Environment enables Aircraft Quality and Reliability, will take place on Tuesday, 24 November, at 11:00 a.m. EDT.

NLign is the leader in structural integrity 3D digital data capture and analysis for Aerospace and Defense applications. NLign has been recognized by the Secretary of Defense's Office as an innovative solution to enable the Digital Engineering strategy of the United States (US) Department of Defense. This webinar will show how the US Air Force, US Navy, and OEMs can reduce sustainment costs, improve aircraft availability, and meet safety requirements by utilizing NLign's technology in selected aircraft programs. The presentation will share examples of how NLign's technology puts the right 3D product quality data in front of the right engineering decision-makers to help our warfighters maintain battlefield readiness and air superiority.

Attendees at this webinar will:

·      Learn how manufacturing and operations structural defect identification data, combined with 3D digital design data, can reduce operations costs, improve manufacturing quality, and improve fleet readiness/availability.

·      Understand the impact of combining the right product status data with 3D visualization and performance analytics and its influence on collaborative decision-making.

·      Find out how to meet aircraft structural certifications and requirements.

·      Better understand the actual state and condition of a fleet, allowing planning for downtime and repairs before serious failures occur.

With this webinar in mind, Mr. Hazen Sedgwick, Chief, A-10 ASIP Engineering, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, US Air Force, commented, "What used to take seven to nine months can be completed in weeks. Additionally, the increased collaboration between the A-10 maintenance groups and the engineers has led to a dramatic increase in the quality of data. The quality of inspection records went from 17% good in 2017 to a current 95% in 2019".

To learn more or to register for this free webinar, visit

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