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April 5, 2016 | List startup Win MS makes first US sale

WinmsDelta TechOps recently purchased the AERO Smart-R kit, sold by List startup WiN MS, marking the company’s first foray into the North American market.

List startup Win MS, founded in 2012, specializes in reflectometry-based cable diagnostics. AERO Smart-R kit is an innovative tool that maintenance workers can use to rapidly and accurately locate aircraft cable faults. It is already used by numerous aeronautics-industry players in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Delta TechOps, North America’s leading and the world’s third-largest MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul) provider, ordered ten AERO Smart-R kits to equip its main MRO centers worldwide.

The advanced solution, developed by the CEA List Carnot Institute, is the only product on the market capable of detecting and locating both permanent and intermittent faults without disassembling the many components it would require to manually inspect the cables. Maintenance times can be reduced fivefold, limiting the amount of time aircraft are grounded, increasing electrical maintenance efficiency, and avoiding the needless replacement of components.

Win MS first met with Delta TechOps via the French Tech Hub, a subsidiary of Paris Région Entreprises, an economic development organization that helps innovative, high-growth France-based SMBs enter the US market.

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