Rolls Takes Another Step Toward Complete Predictive Maintenance

Driving MRO demand for much of the decade will be the Trent 700, which is expected to account for $2 billion of maintenance work next year.
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Predictive maintenance usually summons up visions of massive data volumes and complicated, hyper-sophisticated predictive algorithms. But before any of this happens--or at least happens with maximum effect--thorny questions of data sharing must be resolved. Rolls-Royce has now taken two major steps...

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