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Spec Tec delivers AMOS as a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Computerized Maintenance Management System to suit the planned maintenance and stock control requirements of the world's Navies, or of any Defense related organization. AMOS can be adopted at the early phase of the ship design project, prior to its operational longevity, as part of any Integrated Logistic System (ILS) solution.

Advanced Condition Monitoring and extra data storage are both supported to improve and simplify the Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) approach.

The Spec Tec Defence Team can analyse customer requirements in terms of ILS needs and set AMOS to work conforming to customers' logistic requirements. Functional, physical and document-related breakdowns can be performed in accordance with different rules such as NAVSEA S9040and the latest ASD Spec 1000D (former AECMA Spec 1000D)specifications for naval use.

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Modify date: 12/29/2007 13:56:38
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Email:  info@spectec.net
Fax:  +39 (0187) 28-48-38
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Phone:  +39 (0187) 56-66-10
Physical address:  19126, Italy, La Spezia, SP, Palazzo Chiolerio, Viale San Bartolomeo, 629
Website:  www.spectec.net

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