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    Building on Blockchain
    More than 85% of aerospace and defense companies are expected to use blockchain in their businesses by 2021. ASPQP is putting it to work today.
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    Engine & Airframe Standards
    ASPQP administers more than 3,400 standards with certificates of qualification for more than 900 parts families from a number of global companies.
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    A Legacy of Leadership
    The first ASPQP standards were generated around World War I to provide commonality of parts for the various military and civilian aircraft being produced.
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    Representing the Aerospace Industry
    ASPQP’s Technical Standards Committee (TSC) leverages shared knowledge and ensures a neutral, unbiased approach to industry challenges.

Aerospace Standards Part Qualification Program (ASPQP)

With a legacy of industry leadership dating back to WWI, the Aerospace Standards Part Qualification Program (ASPQP) sets technical standards and provides parts authentication and registration for aerospace companies worldwide. With a 13-member Technical Standards Committee (TSC) and a professional support staff under SAE Industry Technologies Consortia (SAE ITC®), ASPQP also aggregates data and shares information and analysis for the benefit of the entire aviation industry.

ASPQP has also been a leader in applying new technologies to the challenges of authenticating and registering the quality of aerospace components. It has put blockchain technology to work to record suppliers’ qualifications to manufacturer engine and airframe components to industry standards in the TS200 Database. This database serves as a model from which ASPQP will explore projects with the potential for dramatic industry benefits from having a secure record of parts across the entire aerospace supply chain and component lifecycle.

Stakeholders for ASPQP data include:

  • Regulatory agencies
  • Airlines and aircraft operators
  • Airframers and aircraft integrators
  • Original equipment manufacturers
  • Subassembly manufacturers
  • Distributors
  • Component and part suppliers
  • Industry review bodies
  • Auditors and registrars
  • MRO providers
  • Training providers