GE Prepares Roll-Out of Parts Blockchain: Reports

During COVID-19, some operators chose to place their engines into long-term storage, while others have decided to rotate their fleets in and out of service which changed the level of preservation and maintenance required.
Credit: GE Aviation
While cryptocurrencies remain volatile, their underlying technology – the distributed ledger called the blockchain – has a more certain future of expansion into other sectors. The aviation aftermarket is no exception, with blockchain technology offering the chance to enhance visibility and...

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