Aviation CAMO software is a tool used by aviation Continuing Airworthiness Management Organizations (CAMOs) to manage the maintenance and airworthiness of aircraft. The software typically includes features such as:
- A maintenance management system that tracks and records all maintenance activities, inspections, and repairs performed on an aircraft
- A document management system to store and manage important documents related to the aircraft, such as maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and airworthiness directives
- A defects tracking system to identify and record any defects or malfunctions that occur during flights and track their resolution
- An inventory management system to track spare parts and other consumables used in the maintenance of the aircraft
- A system for generating and managing reports, such as maintenance status reports and technical logbook entries
The goal of aviation CAMO software is to ensure that aircraft are maintained in accordance with regulatory requirements and to maintain their airworthiness, so that they can be operated safely and reliably.