eJobCard, the game-changer of the aeronautics industry


In our relentless pursuit of enhancing efficiency and productivity in Aircraft Maintenance, backed by decades of experience, we developed something truly remarkable: the eJobCard

This digital tracking system allows for a quick overview of ongoing, pending, and completed tasks, streamlining the workflow and enhancing productivity across multiple maintenance locations and time-zones.

Job Card vs eJobCard


In the aeronautics industry, job cards are essential documents used to guide and record maintenance activities on aircraft. These documents are a critical component of the aircraft’s maintenance records, ensuring that maintenance tasks are performed according to the specified standards and regulations.

eJobCard, or electronic job card, represent a digital evolution in the management of maintenance tasks within various industries, including aeronautics.

They serve the same fundamental purposes as a traditional paper-based job card – guiding technicians through maintenance procedures, ensuring compliance with regulations, and recording maintenance activities – but with added benefits afforded by digital technology.

The transition to eJobCard is part of a broader move towards digitalization aimed at enhancing safety, efficiency, and compliance. The ability to integrate with other digital tools and systems, such as electronic maintenance logs, inventory systems, and scheduling tools, makes eJobCard a powerful component in modern maintenance operations.


Our firsthand experience with the eJobCard has been nothing short of transformative. Its intuitive interface streamlines workflows, significantly reduces paperwork, and ensures seamless communication and collaboration among team members.


Key Features that make the eJobCard a Game-Changer

Hassle-free Task Tracking

eJobCard enables technicians and managers to easily track the status of maintenance tasks without the need to sift through piles of paper or manual logs.

This digital tracking system allows for a quick overview of ongoing, pending, and completed tasks, streamlining the workflow and enhancing productivity.

Seamless Access

eJobCard is designed to be functional in online modes. However, technicians may access and update task information in the field, regardless of internet connectivity.

Once a connection is re-established, the updates are synchronized with the central system, ensuring continuity and accuracy of information.

Secure E-Signature Capability for Online Verification

The integration of secure e-signature technology allows for instant verification and approval of tasks.

This digital sign-off process not only speeds up the workflow but also ensures that each step is authenticated, enhancing the reliability and integrity of maintenance records.

Enhanced Project Timelines Management

With eJobCard, project timelines can be managed more effectively.

Our digital platform provides tools for scheduling, deadline reminders, and progress tracking, helping to ensure that maintenance projects are completed on time and within budget.

Smarter Resource Allocation

eJobCard facilitates smarter allocation of resources, including manpower, tools, and materials.

By providing real-time visibility into task requirements and progress, managers can make informed decisions on resource distribution, optimizing efficiency and reducing wastage.

Embrace a Sustainable, Paperless Approach

Moving to eJobCard supports environmental sustainability by eliminating the need for paper-based records.

This not only reduces waste but also contributes to a cleaner, more organized work environment, aligning with broader corporate social responsibility goals.

Real-Time Updates Accessible to Everyone Involved

eJobCard ensures that real-time updates are accessible to all stakeholders, including technicians, managers, and even clients.

This transparency improves communication, facilitates quicker decision-making, and enhances overall project coordination and satisfaction.


eJobCard and AI

The integration of AI and different models into Fingermind’s eJobCard, offer a comprehensive range of information and features to optimize the execution and allocation of tasks based on pre-defined business rules.

  • Predicted execution time: The system can accurately estimate the time needed for each task listed in a job card. This helps to plan resources and deadlines more realistically.
  • Anomaly identification: AI can analyze data in real-time and detect anomalies in the execution of tasks. For example, it can spot deviations from predefined metrics.
  • Task Optimization: By analyzing past performance and forecasting the resources needed for each task, the system can help optimize the order in which tasks are performed and the allocation of resources to maximize overall efficiency.
  • Resource allocation: Based on execution time estimates and task priorities, AI can recommend the optimal allocation of human and material resources for each eJobCard.


By combining AI with the features of the eJobCard, organizations can improve operational efficiency, reduce costs, and deliver higher quality results in the execution of their projects.


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Fingermind selected by Innov-up Leader PIA4

A Promising Future for Innovative SMEs and ETIs in Île-de-France

Celebrating Innovation: 89 winning companies announced in the 4th edition of Innov’up Leader PIA4 call for project


Innov’up Leader PIA4: Supporting Innovation and Development

The Innov’up Leader PIA4 project presentation ceremony held on April 17, 2023, marked a significant milestone for the entrepreneurial landscape of Ile-de-France.

At the event, Marc Guillaume, the Prefect of the Ile-de-France region, Prefect of Paris, and Alexandra Dublanche, Vice President of the Ile-de-France Region, lauded the success of the 89 winning companies selected for the prestigious Innov’up Leader PIA4 call for projects.

Tailored Support for Innovative Enterprises

With the backing of the prefecture of the Ile-de-France region, the prefecture of Paris, the Ile-de-France Region, and Bpifrance, Innov’up empowers small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and intermediate-sized enterprises (ETIs) in their pursuit of innovative projects.

The funding scheme offers financial assistance ranging from €75,000 to €500,000 for research and development initiatives. This comprehensive program guides companies through every stage of the innovation process, from conception to market implementation.

Celebrating Success and Showcasing Innovation

The ceremony provided a platform for the victorious companies to showcase their groundbreaking projects to Marc Guillaume and Alexandra Dublanche.

The diversity and creativity of the winning projects underscored the entrepreneurial spirit thriving in Ile-de-France.

Fingermind’s Groundbreaking MRO Pit Project

Among the distinguished recipients, Fingermind stood out with its innovative MRO Pit (Process Improvement Tools) project focused on aeronautical maintenance. Embracing the concept of Maintenance 4.0, this project harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize processes and enhance operational safety for maintenance operators, including airlines, MROs, private operators, and defense forces.

“These groundbreaking solutions from Fingermind will seamlessly complement their existing product portfolio, driving innovation in the MRO industry”, confirms Fingermind’s CEO Christophe Remy.


France 2030: Fueling Innovation and Re-industrialization

Innov’up Leader PIA4 is a vital component of the France 2030 investment plan, which aims to foster innovation and re-industrialization.

Launched at the end of 2021, this comprehensive plan is committed to driving growth, competitiveness, and innovation among companies in the Paris region while strategically developing regional industries for increased employment opportunities.

The French government and the Ile-de-France Region have jointly pledged to invest €82 million in the program’s regionalized component between 2021 and 2025, with €34 million already committed.

A Bright Future for Innovation in Ile-de-France

The Innov’up Leader PIA4 call for projects has not only provided vital support to innovative companies but has also bolstered the region’s reputation as a hub of innovation and growth.

With ongoing investment and commitment from both the public and private sectors, the future looks promising for the continued development and success of enterprises in Ile-de-France.


Contact us for additional information about Fingermind’s innovative MRO Pit project!

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Meet Fingermind at Paris Air Show 2023

Get ready for the most exciting event in the aviation industry!

Meet us from June 19th to 25th, 2023
Paris Le Bourget, France

Booth #C117 – Hall 4


The highly anticipated SIAE 2023 (International Aeronautics and Space Exhibition) is set to take place from June 19 to 25 at Le Bourget airport next to Paris, France. After a hiatus in 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 54th edition of the Paris Air Show is back and promises to be an unforgettable experience for professionals and the general public alike.

For over a century, the Paris Air Show has been a melting pot of aviation industry leaders, showcasing the latest technological advancements that push the boundaries of aerospace innovation. This year, the event opens its doors to the public from Friday, June 23 to Sunday, June 25, while the first four days, from June 19 to 22, remain exclusive to professionals.

With more than 2,000 exhibitors representing nearly 50 countries, the Paris Air Show offers a unique opportunity to witness the cutting-edge discoveries and groundbreaking innovations that shape the future of aviation. From the ground to the sky, visitors will marvel at the impressive display of airplanes and helicopters, both on the exhibition grounds and soaring through the air during captivating flight demonstrations.

Among the prestigious exhibitors, Fingermind stands out as a leader in the MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) sector. We are thrilled to announce that Fingermind will be showcasing its innovating MRO software at the Paris Air Show. As pioneers in the industry, we are excited to present latest advancements and enhancements of our software solutions.


Meet us on June 19-25, 2023 in Paris-Le Bourget, France!

Take the chance to discover how Fingermind is revolutionizing the MRO industry.

Book a meeting with our experts now!


At Fingermind‘s booth, visitors will have the opportunity to experience firsthand the power of our dedicated software suite. Our team of experts will be available to provide personalized demonstrations and insights into how our software solutions can revolutionize maintenance processes, increase operational efficiency, and significantly reduce costs.


Make sure to mark your calendar for SIAE 2023 and meet us at the Paris Air Show. This event is not only a showcase of technological wonders but also a platform for networking, knowledge exchange, and inspiration. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary event that will shape the future of aerospace. We look forward to welcoming you at our booth, where you can witness the future of MRO software solutions with Fingermind.


Register now to secure your venue at Paris Air Show 2023 and take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our team.

For registration and more information about the event, please visit the event’s web site : https://www.siae.fr/en/trade-visitors/badges.htm


Paris Air Show – Le Bourget Paris

  • June 19th to 25th, 2023
  • 8:30am to 6:00pm

Parc des Expositions Paris‐le Bourget
Aéroport Paris‐le Bourget
93350 Le Bourget France


GPS coordinates:
Latitude North +48° 56′ 35.14″ (48.943094) Longitude East +2° 25′ 11.82″ (2.419950)


Fingermind Booth: #C117 – Hall 4



Fingermind back at MRO Middle East 2023

Meet us on March 1 – 2, 2023
Dubai World Trade Center, UAE

Booth #1314D – French Pavilion


MRO Middle East is one of the leading events in the world of commercial aviation maintenance. With an expected turnout of over 5,000 attendees from all segments of the airline industry, this major event provides the perfect platform for industry professionals to network, exchange ideas, and explore the latest innovations in the MRO sector.

This year’s event is set to take place from March 1st to 2nd at the Dubai World Trade Center and is co-located with Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME).

This event offers a unique opportunity for attendees to stay ahead of the curve on the latest developments and trends affecting the MRO industry, as well as connect with customers, peers, and competitors from all segments of the business.

Fingermind is excited to participate as an exhibitor on the French Pavilion (booth 1314D) at this year’s event. As a leader in MRO software solutions, Fingermind offers cutting-edge technology that allows maintenance technicians to access all the information they need to perform aircraft maintenance operations in real-time, right on the field. The system is highly versatile, able to handle all types of airplanes and helicopters, and provides technicians with mobile access to all aircraft in their fleet.

Meet us on March 1-2, 2023 in Dubai, UAE!

If you missed us at MRO Europe or last year’s event in Dubai, now is your chance to see for yourself how Fingermind is revolutionizing the MRO industry.

Book a meeting with our experts now!


At this year’s event, Fingermind will showcase its latest advancements in MRO software technology, including new capabilities and features added to our MRO dedicated software solutions. This is a great opportunity for attendees to engage with our experts and discover how our dedicated software solutions can help MROs overcome their specific challenges and streamline their operations.


Register now to secure your spot at MRO Middle East and take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our team.

For registration and more information about the event, simply visit the event’s web site:https://mromiddleeast.aviationweek.com/en/home.html


MRO Middle East – Dubai World Trade Center

Sheikh Zaeed Halls 2-3

  • March 1st, 2023: 10:00 – 17:30
  • March 2nd, 2023: 10:00 – 16:00

Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Venue information


Fingermind Booth: #1314D – French Pavilion


The advantages of Fingermind are not going unnoticed

Covid has created financial insecurity for operators and collateral that impacted fleets and mechanics. Operators have taken a huge financial hit which has led to fleet and staff reductions.

  • The reduction in fleets means that today’s aircraft are full and running constantly, requiring more maintenance and vigilance.
  • There have been a lot of departures of mechanics which implies a loss not only of personnel but also of know-how as the ability to run fleets relies on them in part.

In an industry where aviation safety and aircraft availability must be ensured, Fingermind is facilitating collective intelligence for operators, manufacturers, and mechanics assisted by our digital solutions, AI & Blockchain.


An innovative solution

Fingermind provides innovative software and applications that address strategic issues in aeronautical operations:

  • Air safety & maintenance cycles
  • Heavy documentation & regular updates
  • Back office scheduling & process decisions

A handheld and user-friendly digital solution available on tablets for mechanics and on computers for back office managers.


Why our clients choose us

The problems solved by Fingermind cover the needs of operators/mechanics/aircraft, from Airbus and Boeing.

Designed for Operator Profitability

  • Getting relevant information through AI & Blockchain to streamline processes and decision-making by air operators
  • Reduction of operator costs by streamlining maintenance cycles
  • For the safety of passengers and the availability of aircraft
  • More efficiency, follow-up, and traceability of the mechanics
  • The reduction of tons of paper

Thanks to our 20 years’ experience in the aeronautical industry, Fingermind helps airlines make more informed operational decisions thanks to the right information and AI assistance, and mechanics be even more efficient despite the pressure and complexity of compliance operations today.

And the advantages of Fingermind are not going unnoticed even by the military services, and we are working more and more with transport aircraft in this field.


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TV interview – Fingermind’s CEO on BFM Business

Optimizing aircraft maintenance processes

Interview of Christophe Remy in the TV show Business Inside by Forbes


An interview realized by the well-known French economic journalist Jean-Marc Sylvestre broadcasted on October 14th, 2022 on Business Inside.

For our English speaking readers, the video is subtitled in English. Click above to watch the interview.


Maintenance is a critical element in keeping aircraft flying safely. To help companies be more efficient, Fingermind offers software to access the necessary documentation and track the execution of procedures. CEO Christophe Remy tells us more.





What solutions does Fingermind offer?

Fingermind offers software that allows airlines and operators of civil and military aircraft and helicopters to access all aircraft maintenance documentation. We also offer tools to track the execution of maintenance procedures, in paper or electronic format.

How is safety crucial in your field?

Safety is an essential part of this business. It’s in the company’s DNA. All internal development processes take into account very strong quality and reliability constraints. Safety also requires us to be very responsive in order to anticipate any difficulties.

How did Covid push the aeronautical sector to make changes?

Covid has created a lot of financial insecurity for airlines and operators. The increase in risk has had a huge impact on fleets as well as personnel. Airlines have taken a huge financial hit, which has led to fleet and staff reductions. As a result of fleet reductions, aircraft are full and running at full capacity, resulting in a significant increase in maintenance requirements.

How does Fingermind use digitalization to optimize processes?

The aeronautical maintenance business is evolving very slowly, and when we entered this market about ten years ago, we developed a set of powerful, robust and industrial tools based on new technologies. Our software tools run on tablets, iPads, Android or PCs, which we are the only ones to offer. They are adapted to mobility and to the optimization of maintenance processes. The mechanic can perform his procedures in mobility around the aircraft and sign his documents with an electronic signature.

With our tools, all the data is accessible on tablets, which makes it possible to know instantly what the mechanic is doing, to understand the difficulties he encounters and to analyze them. We are developing an artificial intelligence project to understand and analyze the mechanic’s behavior, and thus enable process optimization. Our software also integrates security mechanisms based on blockchain technologies.


Read the article in French on the website of Forbes.fr: https://www.forbes.fr/business-inside-tv/optimiser-les-processus-de-maintenance-des-avions/

Further information about Fingermind and its software solutions


Join Fingermind on Eurosatory 2022

Meet our experts on June 13th to 17th, 2022
Parc des Expositions – Paris Nord, France

Booth BC278 – Hall 5B


Eurosatory, is the international reference for land and airland Defence and Security exhibitions, with 1300 exhibitors and 57000 visitors expected. The show takes place every two years in order to gather the whole offer and demand of the domains.

This year, the event will take place from 13 to 17 of June nearby Paris, at the Parc des Expositions, Paris Nord Villepinte, in France.


Fingermind is delighted to confirm its presence as an exhibitor with a dedicated booth. As we continue to add capabilities and new features to our MRO Suite, we will once again showcase our latest innovations and enhancements.

With MRO Suite, manufacturers, mechanics, pilots, inspectors, and support engineers take advantage of advanced features such as Smart Data Access, eJobcards and much more… Don’t miss the opportunity to discover how Fingermind’s MRO Suite is accelerating MRO operations, making them more reliable and streamlining intervention costs.


Let’s meet on June 13th to 17th, 2022 in Paris, France!

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For registration and more information about the event, simply visit the event’s web site: https://www.eurosatory.com/?lang=en


Eurosatory 2022

Paris Nord Villepinte
ZAC Paris Nord 2
93420 Villepinte – FRANCE

Venue information

Fingermind: Booth BC278 – Hall 5B


TV interview – Fingermind’s CEO on BFM Business

Aviation MRO: the importance of digitalization

Interview of Christophe Remy in the show #JMLECO on BFM Business, French TV channel

For our English speaking readers, we have summarized below the interview of Christophe Remy, CEO of Fingermind by the French economic journalist Nicolas Doze broadcasted on May 18th, 2022 on BFM Business.



Fingermind is a long-standing player in the aviation maintenance industry. Since 2000, this software publisher offers a comprehensive solution to airlines and MROs. Fingermind is also diversifying into the military field. Explanations with Christophe Remy, CEO of Fingermind.

After two years of crisis, what is your assessment of the aerospace market?

Covid was the starting point for many complications. There was, of course, the sudden stop in air traffic, and even today its restart has been uneven. Not to mention the “zero Covid” strategy that continues in Asia, blocking certain regions for an indefinite period. In addition to this crisis, there are other problems: the increase in the price of kerosene, more stringent environmental requirements (decarbonization, green aviation) and the war in Ukraine, which is lengthening the routes to Asia.

The airlines themselves are experiencing difficulties. They are struggling to recruit maintenance mechanics and even pilots. These activities used to be flourishing, but there have been many job conversions and the sector has since lost its attractiveness. In addition, some companies in the Middle East and the United States have laid off thousands of people during the crisis, which also explains this labor shortage.

Nevertheless, a revival is emerging from this complex situation. Companies have become aware of the need to renew almost all their fleets, and therefore to scrap the oldest or most fuel-intensive aircraft. There should not be a major increase in volume, but rather a transformation over the next five years. The average age of an aircraft is currently 20 years. After this renewal, it should be 9 to 10 years.

What are the issues that Fingermind addresses?

Aeronautics is a sector that has not yet fully taken the turn to digitalization. Its progress is very slow in this area but remains unavoidable. And the economic situation proves it. However, work methods still involve a lot of paper documents and handwritten approvals. Among the activities that must be digitized is access to all aircraft maintenance documentation.

An airplane is a complex machine made up of numerous equipment pieces: engine, landing gear, APU, etc. Each manufacturer usually offers its own tool to provide access to the documentation for a specific component. This approach multiplies the number of tools and training courses for mechanics and technicians. However, manpower is becoming scarce, and costs are increasing. It is therefore necessary to use tools capable of optimizing, improving, and streamlining the entire aeronautical maintenance process. And this is precisely what Fingermind provides.

We offer a single software to access all aircraft maintenance documentation. Our solution centralizes and standardizes access to information on the engine, landing gear, seats, IFE, etc. The software is available in both local and connected mode. All documentation can be stored locally on a dedicated tablet. On aircraft arrival, the mechanic can easily access it via the tablet and search for instance for a possible fault cause using the available software features. On the other side, the connected mode is available from a maintenance hangar for major operations (C-Check).

Are you using AI to optimize aircraft maintenance?

Yes! We develop AI based tools to better understand the way the mechanic works. This analysis allows us to identify potential difficulties in executing a procedure, while always keeping the safety of the passenger in mind. Fingermind collects this information and shares it with the airlines. It is up to them to decide the necessary optimizations (improving training, modifying the internal process, etc.) in compliance with regulatory constraints (EASA, FAA, etc.).

Do you have a final word?

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently launched a funding program to facilitate pilot and mechanic training and overcome recruitment issues for these positions.  According to the FAA, the solution lies in digitalization and in the training of new jobs, skills and new ways of working.

This multi-million-dollar program is designed to encourage pilot and mechanic schools to take the plunge and attract young talent. Fingermind and its advanced technological solutions are fully in line with this awareness to revitalize the sector and meet the economic constraints of airlines.


Watch the entire video (in French)


Fingermind launches a collaborative working group to shape the future of MRO

Future of MRO

When Big Data is used for maintenance

To date, maintenance operations are “driven” by statistical approaches (preventive maintenance) and, more recently, by predictive approaches based on Big Data and AI. These different methods aim to anticipate problems to minimize aircraft downtime. However, these approaches all have their limits, especially when the human factor intrinsic to maintenance must be considered.

The traditional maintenance approach

The traditional approach through statistical analysis consists in calculating the probability of “mechanical” failure (FMECA type) to anticipate the replacement of a part before it is defective.

To do this, a set of procedures (tasks) are listed in a maintenance plan (MPD) to be executed according to a precise schedule. The MPD is a document that includes scheduled maintenance as well as the entire aircraft maintenance policy. This mandatory and regularly updated maintenance plan lists all the tasks to be performed, expressed in flight hours and/or in number of cycles and schedules.

Today, platforms are made available to airlines by manufacturers or suppliers (Airbus Skywise, Lufthansa Technik AVIATAR, etc.). The purpose of these platforms is to have as much information as possible for a given type of aircraft, to obtain the widest possible coverage of incidents/events.

The limits of the planned approach

Based on planned maintenance approaches, for example, a C-check for an aircraft includes about 1000 tasks and 5000 planned sub-tasks. However, during the execution of this C-check, between 500 and 1000 additional unplanned tasks will have to be executed. This is the limit of this planned maintenance approach, which can over- or underestimate certain tasks.

Moreover, the disadvantage of this type of approach is that it does not consider the particularities of each airline, nor the operating conditions. The impact of pollution on the ageing of a fleet will be different in the Far North than in the Middle East or China, for example.

The predictive approach, a new approach still in its infancy

Predictive maintenance consists of considering a large amount of information generated by the aircraft via real-time message mechanisms (ACARS type) in order to detect a set of events that could be the cause of a failure (Root Cause).

The objective is therefore to recover real and dynamic external data from sensors to enrich the field feedback and allow a more detailed analysis. However, the predictive approach also has its limits, as it is highly dependent on the quality of the sensors available on the aircraft (new A350-B787 programs versus older A320-B737 programs) to collect the necessary data.

The solution developed by Fingermind now makes it possible to compensate for the quality of the sensors to facilitate and enrich the recovery of “physical” data on the ground.

Fingermind’s MRO Suite is thus able to collect and centralize very specific data such as temperature, luminosity, a large set of contextual information… Moreover, this collection is possible both online and offline.

MRO Suite will then extract a set of “nominal” and “learning” data to generate an AI model and transfer the model to the mechanic’s device.

The human factor, the great forgotten factor in MRO

Both the scheduled and the predictive approaches unfortunately ignore human factors as well as the use of tools in the field to access technical documentation in each situation.

Thus, these approaches to maintenance do not consider the way in which maintenance tasks are carried out, the capacity and expertise of the mechanic, the difficulties he may encounter, the complexity of the tasks, the context of use of the tools, the climatic conditions, the working hours (night, day…), etc.

However, the way of executes the various tasks necessarily has an impact on the maintenance of the aircraft and especially on the time spent by the mechanic.

It is therefore essential to understand the working environment and the behavior of the mechanic in order to provide additional information and to allow better decision making to optimize the maintenance procedures by the airline company.

A collaborative working group to go further

Today, Fingermind wants to respond to this challenge by bringing together airlines, mechanics, engineers and all MRO stakeholders within a working group to co-develop solutions capable of better collecting and analyzing data and facilitating decision making.

The aim is obviously not to incriminate this or that mechanic, or to point out a possible lack of training of the teams. The subject must be treated in its entirety from the point of view of improving existing processes, taking into account all the interactions in the field.

Various studies have already listed several human factors as possible causes of malfunctions during maintenance operations:

  • Lack of communication within the teams
  • The routine nature of certain operations
  • Lack of competence despite the different mandatory certifications
  • Lack of concentration during the execution of a task
  • The difficulty of working in a team
  • Fatigue and schedules
  • The pressure of responsibilities
  • Stress
  • Habits

The objective of the working group is to help the mechanic to better use the documentation to perform the different maintenance tasks within the time limit:

  • While respecting the safety rules for the mechanics
  • While guaranteeing operational safety for the aircraft
  • With a better control of the execution time (planification)
  • With a concern for traceability and quality in the collection and restitution of data

More globally with the aim of improving maintenance processes.


Fingermind has therefore launched a LinkedIn group called “Future of MRO” to bring together stakeholders and give them a voice in their respective expectations and challenges. This joint reflection could ideally lead to a pilot solution or a beta test to propose solutions that meet the needs of MRO players in a concrete way.

If you too would like to participate in this group to make progress together in MRO processes, come and join us here!


The Fingermind teams and I will share our various thoughts, developments and advances within this group to discuss their usefulness and feasibility.


Christophe Remy
CEO Fingermind

Fingermin is attending MRO Middle East 2022

Fingermind is attending MRO Middle East 2022

Meet us on February 22nd to 23rd, 2022
Dubai World Trade Center, UAE

Booth #634 – French Pavilion


MRO Middle East counts among the world’s leading conference and exhibition for commercial aviation maintenance. The event is gathering over 5,000 attendees from the entire airline supply chain. Attend this major event is the one opportunity to discover latest issues impacting the MRO industry today and to engage with customers, peers and competitors from all segments of the business.

This year the event will take place from 22 to 23 of February at the Dubai World Trade Center, Sheikh Saeed Hall 2 & 3 and is co-located with Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME).

  • 22 February 2022: 10:00 – 17:30
  • 23 February 2022: 10:00 – 16:00


Fingermind is delighted to confirm its presence as an exhibitor on the French Pavilion (booth 634).

As we continue to add capabilities and new features to our MRO Suite, we will again showcase our latest innovations and enhancements. If you haven’t had the chance to meet us on MRO Europe or last year in Dubai, it will be the opportunity to engage with our experts and discover our range of MRO dedicated software solutions, helping MRO to overcome highly specific issues and challenges.


For registration and more information about the event, simply visit the event’s web site:https://mromiddleeast.aviationweek.com/en/home.html


Catch up on February 22nd and 23rd, 2022 in Dubai, UAE!

You will also attend MRO Middle East 2022 and would like to meet our experts on the booth? Book an appointment now!


MRO Middle East – Dubai World Trade Center

Sheikh Zaeed Halls 2-3
Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Venue information

Fingermind Booth: #634 – French Pavilion