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eLSA is a solution that supports maintenance engineering well beyond simple data management, but throughout the entire life cycle of your systems!
Through this computer graphics, you can discover eLSA's contribution at each stage of your system's life cycle: from the specification phase to dismantling, production and operation of the systems.
But beyond this deployment throughout a system's lifecycle, Elsa can also be used throughout the entire value chain: from the equipment manufacturer to the operator, via the system integrator and the system integrator.
Consequently, the use of eLSA will differ slightly depending on the players, who will have specific expectations:
The needs of these actors imply different requirements in the development of the eLSA tool.
Multiple and complementary, these needs could be summarised as follows:
To illustrate the versatility of our tool, we offer a series of functional tips depending on the type of user
Tip: When a tree node is created, it can be used at different places in the tree. Therefore, when you update an attribute of the element in a tree, the attribute will update in the trees calling this element.
Tip: You can comment on the BASL elements provided to you via the comment option (bubble icon). The system or equipment manufacturer will be able to reply to you by return comment.
Tip: You can gather all the comments made by the operator in a report. This report allows you to see on which element the comment was made.
The use of a single, common tool in this value chain ensures the continuity of information through a common and shared vision of the data for all the stakeholders in a programme.
It is also an additional guarantee of compatibility of the information that passes through these different organisations: experience shows that data standardisation is not always sufficient.
This is one more reason to choose eLSA for the implementation of S3000L on your new programmes!
If you would like to find out more about our eLSA tool, please visit our website: elsa.lgm.fr/en.