electronic Maintenance Requirements Determination
eMRD has been developed by Logistic Engineering Services (LES) to simplify the application of the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) Maintenance Requirements Determination (MRD) process.
eMRD can be installed as a Standalone application or installed to a network to allow multiple users. The eMRD application provides the ability to manage each user access rights to Administrator, Manager or User levels.
The primary difference between eMRD and other LSAR applications is the ability of the analyst to view an LCN/ALC by its Physical and Functional structure while simultaneously viewing its associated LSA configuration and data elements. The Tool enables the analyst to maintain a clear perspective of what he is looking at from a top down view.
eMRD is used to develop new or manage an existing LSAR. The development of a new LSAR can be accomplished by manually developing the LCN structure, or by electronically importing a text document. An existing MIL-STD-1388-2B LSAR can be freely imported and exported.
Fully compatible electronic Import & Export functionality with:
Note that while eMRD is fully compliant with the data interchange requirements of the above standards, the application has been optimised for the MRD process and therefore the user is not exposed to all data fields through the user interface.
While not officially certified by Commonwealth agencies, LES has on many occasions conducted import and export activities between OmegaPS and eMRD.
The work processes within eMRD conform to the following standards:
eMRD produces a range of standard ADF reports in addition to a number eMRD specific reports to assist with LSAR and data validation.
eMRD produces an ADF compatible Part 2, 3 & 4 of the Technical Maintenance Plan (TMP) and an individual or complete Planned Servicing Schedule (PSS). An additional function is the ability to produce or view an LCN or LCN and children specific TMP pages only to enable the analyst to verify the input of data or task changes.
Provides electronic sorting of the task library and supports task packaging by utilising a Drag & Drop functionality.
These videos provide you with an overview of eMRD’s functionality.
When you are looking for answers to management, maintenance, engineering, logistics or training problems that need reliable, fast and effective solutions, contact the professional staff at LES.
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