Aircraft health management (AHM) was all the rage in the early 2000s. New analytics suppliers, including SmartSignal and Scientific Monitoring, signed major contracts with operators such as Delta Air Lines. Airbus and Boeing launched subscription aircraft health monitoring services, and the latter started a broadband communications service called Connexion with the promise of streaming health management information to the ground. AHM was projected to provide a major new MRO revenue ...

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