Under the agreement, Rusada will continue to be the software product developer. Leidos’ Airborne Solutions Operation (ASO) will serve as the systems integrator providing services to install, configure, operate and apply the software for customer’s aviation business. “This partnership is the natural conclusion of the great work we have already done together,” added CEO of Rusada Julian Stourton. “Both companies strive to deliver the highest quality services in our respective fields and together we present an unparalleled offering to aviation companies across the globe.”
Envision is used by aircraft operators, MRO providers and manufacturers to manage their maintenance and airworthiness activities. The web-based software utilizes the most up-to-date technologies to empower aviation decisionmakers, providing them with informative data that adds value to their organization.
“As a premier provider of airborne solutions, Leidos is committed to keeping its customers abreast of best-of-breed technology enhancements,” said Kevin Lansdowne, senior vice president of Leidos Airborne Solutions. “This agreement will leverage both companies’ expertise to deliver next generation software for airlines and aircraft operators across the globe.”