iBASEt Offers AST & Science Manufacturing Solutions

iBASEt | May 18, 2021

AST & Science LLC, the company building the first and only space-based cellular broadband network-accessible directly via regular mobile phones, has chosen an iBASEt solution to handle their manufacturing production, according to iBASEt, the company that simplifies how complicated products are built and maintained.

AST & Science intends to deploy iBASEt's MES (Manufacturing Execution System) as a cloud-native solution offered as a managed service, operated by Solumina iSeries (SaaS). AST & Science can create a manufacturing process managed in the cloud that can easily scale while improving performance, maintaining regulatory compliance, and enhancing satellite quality by eliminating the need for dedicated IT resources or the procurement and maintenance of expensive hardware.

"We're excited to collaborate with AST & Science to make the company run more efficiently," said Naveen Poonian, CEO of iBASEt. "Accelerating production in complex, discrete manufacturing environments requires a robust MES solution. Solumina iSeries is uniquely designed for this world to accelerate rapid time-to-value through the efficiency and quality control that is deeply integrated into each of our solutions."

The Solumina iSeries from iBASEt is the industry's first agile platform for industrial manufacturers, using hundreds of pre-configured microservices to simplify and continuously enhance complex manufacturing operations.

About iBASEt

iBASEt is a software company that simplifies the building and maintenance of complex products. Founded in 1986 in Southern California, iBASEt solutions ensure global digital consistency through manufacturing, quality, and maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operations. The iSeries is a cloud-native platform driven by Solumina that provides a digital ecosystem to accelerate innovation and improve operational efficiency. Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Rolls Royce, Pratt & Whitney, and Textron are among the companies that use iBASEt.

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