Aviation Documentation and Information Services
How Orchid Can Help
Orchid have experience predominantly in documentation, training and multimedia for Aviation Testing systems
Orchid’s team of technical writers, illustrators and production staff can originate, produce and deliver the products and service needed to meet these requirements.
Orchid’s Aviation Experience
Orchid have been providing documentation and technical information services to the aviation industry for over 15 years, including technical manuals, interactive electronic technical manuals and multimedia visuals for run-up pens, hush houses and engine test facilities.
Aviation Test Facility Manuals
Orchid typically provides, or updates, the following types of aviation manuals:
- Engine Test Facility (ETF) Operating Manuals
Orchid can deliver prepared manuals using the following methods:
- Traditional paper format, in a variety of sizes
- Simple, structured, PDF files on a CD
- Self-loading or pre-installed Integrated Electronic Technical Manual (IETM)
For further information see Technical Documentation.
Computer Based Training
Computer Based Training (CBT) has real benefits for the training of aviation staff, as the training can take place in the working environment and can be undertaken by individuals when they have time or during allocated time slots. CBT is particularly suited to the familiarisation of new staff with company procedures/systems. CBT can be modular in design and developed to run on industry standard multimedia computers.
With careful planning and document design it is possible to utilise material generated for engineering manuals in the preparation of the associated CBT modules. This can make the overall project more efficient and cost effective. The shared information can be supplemented in the CBT with the addition of video, animations, sound clips and exercises.
For further information see Computer Based Training.
Planned Maintenance Systems
Orchid can provide planned maintenance systems, either as a paper-based system or as data to enter in to a computer-based maintenance system.