Maintainability is a measure of the time and ease of which a system or equipment can be serviced, inspected or repaired to restore full operation. Maintainability is an essential element of product design and support and contributes to achieving the following objectives:

•  Improved operational readiness
•  Minimal maintenance burden such that the fielded system can be operated and maintained with skills and training expected to be available to the end user
•  Reduced life cycle costs
•  Assurance that the requirements are properly demonstrated and assessed during development and demonstration.

Aspect’s Maintainability Engineering consists of industry experts with vast experience in systems engineering, human factors, maintenance, logistics, and ergonomics.

Our engineers work in assessing, preventing, managing, and eliminating the impact a failure has to a system measured by the ease and speed with which a system can be restored to operational status after a failure occurs.

They often work in conjunction with other expertise early in the conception phase of a system design to better obtain optimum life cycle management and reduce the cost of system downtime. Maintainability Engineering addresses:

•  Predictions
•  Planning
•  Demos
•  Human Factors
•  Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA)
•  Support Equipment – Standard and Special Tools
•  Personnel / Training
•  Facilities
•  Storage, Transport and Handling.