GE pushes and pulls information to allow customers to make real-time decisions via desktop and smartphone.
FARNBOROUGH—Managing maintenance data is no small task. After a customer queried, “Why can’t managing engine data be as easy as keeping track of friends on Facebook?” GE Aviation accepted the challenge of easing access to pertinent data. A year and a half after utterance of the seemingly simply question emerged myEngines digital services, a suite of applications that enables powerplant managers to use a desktop or smartphone to keep track of engine fleets. People aren’t planted by a ...
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