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Famic Technologies contributes to CAE's Troubleshooting tool with Automation Studio software


Electronics CEL

Famic Technologies Inc has developed Automation Studio as a completion of "its mandate to design a diagnosis function for the Professional Troubleshooting Skills (PTS)."

PTS is a new CAE tool for developing professional skills designed to train aircraft electrical system maintenance technicians and CAE selected Automation Studio for “its cutting edge simulation features proven to be very beneficial to PTS,” said Famic Tech.

The software allows users to go in-depth beyond what an animation could bring, according to CAE. The fault diagnosis exercises are based on actual schematics of simulated aircraft systems and it has interactive graphical showing physical representations of the aircraft or system being examined.

Automation Studio allows students to observe how the system reacts to their various commands to create different training frameworks than usual. The software can also create different frameworks without having to modify the tool or costly changes to adapt PTS to another learning scenario. It also includes an evaluation function “to determine the fastest and most cost-effective troubleshooting solutions, technicians will be better trained to quickly repair failures and choose the most efficient options to perform their maintenance activities,” said Famic.

“Automation Studio is clearly the best solution that allows PTS to be an efficient tool with the flexibility and the performance expected by CAE,” said Charbel Nasr, president of Famic Technologies. “Additionally, this collaboration demonstrates once again how Automation Studio is a solution that not only meets the needs of engineering and maintenance, but also those of training as well.”



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