Blog
What damages and risks to the aircraft can cause a little screwdriver tip forgotten in the engine?
Last year in October, one airline had a bad luck to experience that. Lesson learned the hard way – right after the engine started accelerating down the runway, the crew felt vibration and heard “popping” noises.
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Aug 25, 2021
News
Matti Nevala joined the QOCO Systems as a Board Member
On August 1st 2021, Matti Nevala joined the QOCO Systems as a Board Member. Matti brings a diverse background from multiple entrepreneurial roles in the fastest-growing scale-up companies.
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Aug 10, 2021
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QOCO Systems is now officially ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certified!
This summer QOCO crew achieved one of the company’s truly major milestones. On June 30th, QOCO Systems passed the ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certification audit.
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Aug 9, 2021
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Andy Graham appointed as Chief Commercial Officer and Partner
On August 1st 2021, Andy Graham joins the QOCO Systems team as a Chief Commercial Officer and Partner. He brings diverse and solid experience in the aviation industry, acquired in world’s leading aerospace technologies companies.
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Aug 2, 2021
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Why do innovations in the aviation industry fail?
Focus on innovations is a fundamental requirement for companies to survive in the modern fast-paced world. The aviation industry is not left out of this race and has to keep up. We analyzed what can go wrong and disturb the smooth implementation of innovative solutions in the aviation industry.
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Jun 8, 2021
Case Studies
Case Study: Finnair enhances aviation safety
Finnair has two traditional warehouses and one automated one in their hangars which are used by technical operations. Airline mechanics use the warehouses to sign out tools and material. The need to work with a software solution provider came mainly from the complexity of the tool handling process for which Finnair wanted to find a cost-effective solution.
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Jun 1, 2021