General Dynamics European Land Systems Presents Newly Developed Computer Based Maintenance Assistant (CBMA)
Posted on 2013-09-09
LONDON - General Dynamics European Land Systems has developed a new maintenance assistant software system to aid in the maintenance and service of any defense equipment, from weapons and combat vehicles to bridge systems. General Dynamics European Land Systems will introduce CBMA at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2013.
The Computer Based Maintenance Assistant (CBMA) takes advantage of General Dynamics European Land Systems’ decades of experience in maintenance in field, depot and theatre operations, and offers an innovative solution to support land equipment.
CBMA was designed from the outset to make life easier for “the people on the ground” – the support engineer. Efficiency improvements derived from the system save service-providers and customers money while in parallel generating equipment-performance data to aid in improving products and services.
The Computer Based Maintenance Assistant (CBMA) is an easy and intuitive software system consisting of three core modules that can either be used in a stand-alone basis or interacting with each other and/or with additional optional customized modules:
- Portable Inspection Tool (PIT)
- Job Card Tool (JCT)
- Spare Ordering & Control System (SOCS)
- Customized Modules (optional):
- publications library
- asset configuration manager
- warranty claim
- EFR manager
For more information or a demo of CBMA come to the General Dynamics European Land Systems Stand S9 –250 at DSEI 2013.
General Dynamics European Land Systems, headquartered in Madrid, Spain, is a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE:GD), and conducts its business through four European operating sites located in, Austria, Germany, Spain and Switzerland. With more than 2,440 highly skilled technical employees, General Dynamics European Land Systems’ companies design, manufacture and deliver land combat systems, including wheeled, tracked, and amphibious vehicles, bridge systems, armaments and munitions, to global customers (More information: www.gdels.com).