Commercial aircraft, especially their engines, have been providing maintenance-related data for quite a while. But the newest models will be much chattier, yielding larger volumes of data on a broader set of components. Manufacturers and independent software firms are scrambling to help airlines and repair shops make intelligent use of the data. Storing more data does not pose a challenge, especially with new storage options like public, private and community clouds. The real trick ...

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