NVable Awarded Contract from Cobalt
NVable has been awarded a contract by Cobalt to install and support it’s Converge Electronic Techlog across the airline.
Under the contract, NVable will customise the Electronic Techlog to Cobalt processes, and support the introduction and in-service operations onto the growing fleet of aircraft. As part of the service the integrated visual damage report functionality will also be introduced.
“As Cobalt’s Maintenance Manager and member of the technical team, I feel privileged to lead this project. I have always been excited and interested in new technology, and ETL (Electronic Tech Log) will definitely be a challenge and real pleasure to work with at the same time. I am looking forward to work with NVABLE developing the initial version of Cobalt’s ETL, until the final part when we go live and convert to a new digitized ETL system.” George Vasilou, Maintenance Manager of Cobalt.
“We developed Converge for Aviation to help airlines manage daily aircraft maintenance activities by making it easy to collect data, monitor the status of the fleet and intervene early if required. We feel privileged that Converge Electronic Techlog is part of Cobalt’s plan for rapid growth and we are looking forward to supporting them and playing a part of their success.” Cameron Hood, CEO of NVable.
Cobalt is a new Cypriot airline, flag carrier for the Republic of Cyprus with its principal place of business in Larnaca, Cyprus. The airline launched operations in July 2016 serving a network across the UK, Ireland, Greece and Continental Europe. Cobalt expansion plans into 2017 are to increase its fleet to 6 aircraft and its network into more cities in the UK and Europe. Moreover, will add new destinations in the Middle East, Africa and Asia to promote Larnaca International airport as a hub.
NVable is an independent software consultancy with customer satisfaction as the primary goal. The team has consistently delivered solutions where others have failed. In 2012 the aviation solutions were introduced with the Electronic Techlog as a key element. The team was involved in creating the first Electronic Techlog in the world and are experts in the field. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (141) 280-0050.