Drones are not invincible. Just like the rest of the equipment your business owns, they will eventually succumb to the wear and tear of their very reason for being – flight. Propellers will bend out of shape, servos will slow and eventually fail, and firmware at the least will need to be updated. There is a much to pay attention to and much track. Free your people up to tackle the harder problems and let the Drone Management System do what it was meant to, get your business operating more efficiently and effectively through our drone maintenance tracking features.
Drone maintenance tracking has two key components. The first is planned maintenance – measuring wear and tear on your equipment and setting routine inspections based on specific intervals. This is easily accomplished by tracking the flights and flight hours a drone accrues over time. DMS allows a user to customize inspections based on intervals of either calendar time, flight hours or flights (or a combination of those). We all know in the drone business that surprises are the enemy, ensure you don’t get surprised with a consistent and well executed drone inspection program.
The second component is logging unplanned maintenance done to individual aircraft. This could be preemptive maintenance after finding something when doing a simple pre-flight check or reactive to a failed part or piece of equipment. Either way, unplanned drone maintenance tracking will allow you to identify common failures and trends, a key step forward for any business working on efficiency.
The DMS drone maintenance tracking function is powerful yet intuitive. Designed to provide maximum information in a digestible and quick to interpret format, DMS will help ensure your operation is firing on all cylinders. Get your business off spreadsheets and dry erase boards, streamline your process and increase efficiency by managing your operation with DMS.