When the Internet of Things became trendy several years ago, one way to grasp it was to realize it was basically what aircraft engine makers had been doing long before the internet came along—using sensor data from machines to detect possible problems—only doing all this better, faster, cheaper and much more broadly. The same might be said of digital twinning, the name for making virtual models of aircraft assets that can support better decisions about asset production, ...

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