WEBINAR: Using AI to Digitize Maintenance of Aircraft Parts

Available On-demand!



20% of the worldwide aircraft are older than 20 years old. In-service management, especially the tracking of aircraft parts, is highly complex and time-consuming. Each aircraft is composed of thousands of parts which must be precisely documented and tracked. This creates a challenge for the aviation industry… what to do with aircraft components at the end of their lifecycle?

Capgemini and Amazon Web Services (AWS) now have a solution with the recent launch of Lifecycle Optimization for Aerospace. This solution uses an industry-specific Machine Learning Model combined with optical character recognition and advanced natural language processing techniques to understand aircraft parts history, increase reuse rates, save costs, and promote circular economy.

Join Matthieu Ritter, Aerospace and Defense Industry Vice President at Capgemini, and Tim Murnin, Head of Aerospace Industry Solutions & Strategy at AWS, to discuss how this strategic partnership can provide value to the bottom line while also paving a pathway to a more sustainable future. 

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How can this platform be used to drive impact across the value chain?
  • How does the platform integrate with existing processes and systems
  • How is the re-use of parts compatible with aviation safety and cost reductions of scale?
  • What are the ways in which this platform can provide metrics to quantity strategy around parts maintenance and circular economy?



Matthieu Ritter
Aerospace and Defense Industry Vice President - Capgemini

Tim Murnin
Head of Aerospace Industry Solutions & Strategy - AWS

Ed Hazelwood - Moderator
Aviation Week Contributor

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