A sharp ramp-up in GE Aviation Services’ engine data analytics offering is indicative of the manufacturer’s plan to develop its aftermarket business beyond traditional overhauls and parts sales and into predictive – and preventive – services. The company has 350 engineers focusing on analytics, GE Aviation Services President and CEO Kevin McAllister told attendees at a Deutsche Bank-hosted event earlier this month. McAllister says 25 customers now feed GE "full ...

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