Data For The Life Of The Aircraft

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What the aerospace industry doesn’t know about its planes is costing it serious money. Today much of the information critical to keeping an aircraft in flight is collected manually, an expensive and time-consuming process. The data showing a plane’s history and condition are spread across up to 40...

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