After years of gathering health and usage monitoring (HUMS) data on their helicopters, oil and gas operators are beginning to find ways of using it more proactively. In the past, HUMS data was usually collected at the end of the flying day and examined for potential exceedances in the vibration levels associated with the aircraft’s complex dynamic systems. But improvements in computing power are making this data more accessible in flight, potentially enabling speedier maintenance and ...

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