Savvy Offers Free Web-Based Next Generation Engine Monitor Data Analysis Platform

SavvyAnalysis.com, a new web-based next-generation digital engine monitor data analysis platform, will become available July 1st, 2012, totally free of charge. “We were frustrated with the existing tools available to graph and analyze piston engine monitor data, so we decided to develop our own platform from the ground up, and equip it with all sorts of advanced capabilities from our growing wish-we-had-this list” stated Mike Busch A&P/IA, CEO of Savvy Aircraft Maintenance Management, Inc. Busch is a recognized authority on piston aircraft engines, and was honored by the FAA in 2008 as National Aviation Maintenance Technician of the Year.

“As the world’s largest manager of owner-flown piston-powered airplanes, we have long found that engine monitor data analysis is the most powerful tool available for troubleshooting engine problems,” Busch added. “I suspect we’ve probably done more of this kind of analysis than all other organizations combined, so we know what it takes to do it right.”

One thing that sets SavvyAnalysis.com apart from earlier tools is its ability to analyze data from virtually all makes and models of engine monitors, including J.P. Instruments, Electronics International, Insight Instruments, Garmin, Avidyne, Ultra-FEI/AuRACLE, and more. “We wanted our tools to be usable on any computer, accessible from anywhere, and easy to use for both the professional and the novice,” Busch explained, “so we wrote it as a web-based platform rather than a workstation application. The user interface is intuitive to navigate, and the graphing engine is packed with numerous advanced features we’ve found essential for serious analysis work.”

Asked why he decided to offer SavvyAnalysis.com for everyone to use for free, Busch replied, “It has long been my personal mission to improve the quality and affordability of piston aircraft maintenance. That’s why I founded Savvy four years ago. We developed this new analysis platform to meet our own analysis needs to better serve our professional maintenance management clients. But making it available to the entire piston GA community at no charge just seemed like the right thing to do.”