Layering big data analytics and machine learning on top of the megabytes of data that each flight hour generates is where the real value—optimized maintenance and productivity—exists, but to get there companies first need to be able to exchange data that exists in paper, PDF and digital records across a plethora of different maintenance and engineering systems. For years, airlines, MROs and OEMs have talked about exchanging data but have hit roadblocks in determining what ...
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