By John Cochran , 377th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. --The 377th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Kirtland AFB is working with a vendor on an Air Force innovation project to adapt and extend a software prototype that could transform ground vehicle and other equipment maintenance and logistics across the Air Force and Air National Guard.
Officials with the company, Adyton, say their product, called “Mustr,” is secure mobile software designed to operate on any smartphone, functioning like a standard phone app with inherent understandable processes. It enables online and offline functionality, to support users who are not always in cell or Wi-Fi connectivity. Mustr also enables an SMS-only option for responders who chose not to download a mobile app. It is not a chat or messaging tool, nor is it a collaboration software. Instead, it enables focused communication with an emphasis on reducing comms noise, generating structured responses for decision-making, and organizing data for reporting and easy leader visibility.
Maj. Marc Bleha, 377th LRS commander, said the project began here in the summer of 2021 with a simple question: “Why do we still use paper to inspect a vehicle?”
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