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ATP Celebrates 45 Years Serving the Aviation Industry

ATP Celebrates 45 Years Serving the Aviation Industry

45 Years of Innovation and Support for Business Sectors Obligated to Meet the Most Demanding Safety and Compliance Standards.

Before ATP was founded in 1973, general aviation maintenance facilities used paper technical publications that took up many shelves of space, or even entire rooms for large facilities. Updates were sent in the mail, and someone had to do the never-ending work of finding and replacing each updated page. The task was often overwhelming, and many facilities fell behind.

A History Of ATP In Aircraft Maintenance

ATP was founded in 1973 on the innovative idea of using technology to create a single source library service for maintenance operations. At first some people were skeptical that there was a better solution to paper. A potential partner even told ATP’s founders that there would never be a replacement for paper books. As we all know, innovation and ground-breaking ideas are hard to stop. And, over the next 45 years, ATP’s technologies and services transformed the way maintenance professional access and use information.

Since 1973 the company has continually worked with customers and OEM partners to innovate new technologies for accessing and managing critical information. In the 1980s, with the help of new mainframe and desktop computer technologies, the company introduced many innovative services that improved how maintenance professionals accessed safety and compliance information. One of these was the first electronic regulatory information resource for general aviation.

In 1992, ATP developed the first PC-based software for accessing Gulfstream aircraft technical publications. Within a short time, maintenance professionals could access the world’s largest selection of aviation technical and regulatory publications on CD-ROM from ATP. In 1998, ATP won the first competitive contract to provide a Regulatory Information System (RIS) to the FAA and has continually supported the safety efforts of regulatory agencies worldwide.

In 2007, ATP introduced the first European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulatory library for general aviation. And, it 2010, the company released the ATP Aviation Hub™ Cloud Application, which provides a single repository for regulatory and technical publications and aircraft profile and compliance tracking that is accessible anytime, anywhere over the internet. In 2016, ATP launched the ATP Aviation Hub Mobile Application that let’s maintenance professionals access and update maintenance information from any device, even out in the field where no internet connection is available.

In addition to developing new technologies, the company continues to evaluate potential partnerships and acquisitions that create synergistic value. In 2016 ATP announced the acquisition of CaseBank Technologies, Inc., an innovative leader in integrated diagnostic and troubleshooting solutions for fault isolation and defect trend analysis, for aviation, aerospace, defense, automotive, and other complex equipment industries.

In 2017, ATP launched the Aircraft Centricity™ service, which allows users to build a profile of the as-maintained configuration of an aircraft including all components, and then search and view maintenance content based on that profile.

ATP’s Presence Within The Aerospace Industry Today

Today, ATP delivers over 5 terabytes of updated information every month to a growing base of over 6,000 customers in 96 countries. The ATP Aviation Hub™ Cloud and Mobile Applications provide a wide array of valuable knowledge services and empower clients with the tools necessary to do their jobs. And, ATP is continuing to work with customers and OEM partners to develop new solutions that support compliance and safety; increase speed of information to customers; and facilitate information exchanges between manufacturers, maintenance organizations, governments and transportation carriers worldwide.

With an outstanding reputation for quality and customer service, ATP has become one of the most widely recognized and respected brands in compliance and safety technology for aviation maintenance.

Celebrate ATP’s 45th Anniversary at NBAA

We would like to express our thanks to all of our clients, partners and friends for your business and loyalty these past 45 years. And, congratulations to everyone who has been involved in ATP’s 45 years of service and innovation.

Join us at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida to celebrate ATP’s 45th anniversary. Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 4 P.M., NBAA Booth #4419

About ATP.

ATP is the leading provider of aviation software and information services.

Our innovative product lines, including Flightdocs, Aviation Hub, ChronicX, and SpotLight, reduce operating costs, improve aircraft reliability, and support technical knowledge sharing and collaboration in all aviation and aerospace industry sectors.

The products and services of ATP support more than 75,000 aircraft maintenance professionals worldwide. As a global company, ATP has more than 7,500 customers in 137 countries and partnerships with over 90 OEMs.