SierraTrax is planning to offer a nationwide scanning network for aircraft owners and operators to convert their aircraft logbooks and related documents to a digital format. Under SierraTrax’s Digital Aircraft Records service, the Wichita-based maintenance tracking software provider will professionally scan paper records such as log entries, 8130 parts traceability forms, 337s, and handwritten logs. Using artificial intelligence, those records are organized and made searchable. They are stored on SierraTrax’s secure cloud service.
“The industry is asking for digital record-keeping solutions and our platform already had the framework built-in for this,” said SierraTrax founder and CEO Jason Talley. “Our new Digital Aircraft Records service was the next logical step…to be able to give our customers peace of mind knowing their aircraft logbooks are backed up and always accessible.”
The service will be available later this spring as a stand-alone product or as an add-on to SierraTrax’s maintenance tracking subscription. Founded in 2017, SierraTrax primarily serves individual turbine aircraft owners and operators, as well as operators of fleets of 15 or fewer aircraft. It is a recommended service provider for Textron Aviation.