SAN FRANCISCO—Teledyne Controls and GE Aviation have signed a strategic partnership that should simplify the flow of flight data off aircraft, and expand its value through GE’s cloud-based platform that can extract greater value. Aircraft generate 3–10 MB of data per flight-hour, and engines generate up to 25 MB, but right now the value of a lot of it is not utilized. The partnership is designed to use Teledyne GroundLink technology, which uses higher bandwidth and ...


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