GE Aviation acquired a stake in aircraft data collection and transmission specialist Avionica, betting on the growing acceptance for real-time health monitoring. The deal involves the creation of a joint venture combining “Avionica’s suite of flight data management solutions, which includes Wi-Fi, cellular and satellite connectivity, with GE Aviation’s analytics expertise,” according to a statement. Customers can expect an improved flow of aircraft flight data and ...

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