Embraer-X signs deal Beacon deal with Pulse Aviation

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Embraer-X has signed a contract with Pulse Aviation for the use of Beacon, the maintenance coordination platform connecting resources and professionals for faster return-to-service aircraft.

Based in Florida, Pulse Aviation is a business aviation company providing maintenance, repair, and operations, and will use Beacon to enhance its maintenance coordination, simplify communication around maintenance events of all types of aircraft models, boost team collaboration, improve knowledge exchange, and streamline workflows around maintenance events.

“We are confident our support for Pulse Aviation will ensure their maintenance coordination stays ahead of the game in this ultra-competitive industry. Beacon’s fleet agnostic approach improves coordination of any kind of maintenance event, empowering all stakeholders working on maintenance events to get back time and energy, thereby boosting productivity while fuelling customer satisfaction and profitability,” said Marco Cesarino, head of Beacon.

With over 25 years of experience, Pulse Aviation’s specialty lies in avionics systems, troubleshooting repair, and scheduled maintenance services to keep the aircraft at optimum performance while aligning with safety and airworthiness regulations. By onboarding Pulse Aviation, Beacon is expanding its presence within the US market. Operating out of AeroCenter Lakeland, in Florida, Pulse Aviation is committed to providing its clients with the highest quality service.

“We are strongly positioned in a very demanding market segment and partnering with Beacon supports more collaborative and efficient maintenance dynamics. Beacon is a game-changer solution designed to improve team awareness of critical events, consolidate fragmented communication, and ensure a swifter return-to-service for our customers,” said Daniel Rios, CEO & Founder, Pulse Aviation.


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