Propelled by the introduction of the 787 into service, Boeing’s overall Airplane Health Monitoring (AHM) capabilities are expanding rapidly. AHM is poised to deliver distinctly predictive inflight data to engineers and maintainers that will allow them to interdict incipient problems before they fully manifest themselves—and the airframer is introducing the approach across its product line. First rolled out by Boeing in 2004, airlines initially used AHM-generated data primarily to compare ...
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