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MROs Need More than Engine Data Analytics To Fully Realize The Benefits of IoT

blog-automation The aviation industry will significantly contribute to the growth of the global IoT market, which is forecast to reach $2,995.2 billion by 2022. The potential investment opportunities IoT creates incentivize aviation companies to leverage IoT technologies such as wearable tech uniforms and connected engines with sensors that transmit data to ground teams for real-time engine performance monitoring. With engine maintenance expected to be the major MRO demand in North America over the next decade (48% of the forecasted $209 billion demand),

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The Importance of Automation in Maximizing Production Efficiencies

"With a predicted production requirement of 35,000 commercial airplanes between 2014 and 2032, it is imperative that manufacturers update their processes to accommodate the predicted demand." blog-automation The boost in air travel demand also necessitates an increase in aircraft production. Manufacturing parts and assembly require a degree of precision and a stricter attention to detail. It also requires that the various equipments used for production be in sync to meet production demand in the shortest possible time. This puts the burden on

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The High Cost of Non-Compliance for Aircraft Maintenance Operators

Just recently, a major, low-cost US airline based in Dallas was "recognized amongst the Most Valuable Employers for Military." But two years earlier, the airline was hit with noncompliance allegations from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which the former denied. In 2014, “FAA sought a “USD12 million civil penalty against the airline” for committing aircraft maintenance related violations. FAA brought up similar allegations in the following year, contending that the airline allowed an “aging aircraft” to operate while under a major repair, and failed to accurately document repairs done to the

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Four Reasons NOT to Attend the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference - EMEA

Leading airline supply chain players will participate in the much awaited Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference - EMEA. This conference offers a one-stop shop for airlines, aircraft operators, MROs and OEMs, where they can attend keynote presentations, workshops, and IT product demos. Last year, more than 300 key executives joined and more than 40 IT and hardware vendors exhibited in the event. What makes this conference so appealing to airline supply chain players? But before you fly off to Amsterdam to attend the EMEA 2016 on June 14 and 15, check first if you can relate to any of these reasons NOT to go.

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