Dawn of Digital Evolution@ Boeing AnalytX
Oct 16, 2018: Digital solutions for a safe and comfortable flight, which give real-time data are today’s need of the hour. Keeping this in mind and a sharp focus on customer speed and operational efficiency, Boeing with its hi-end technologyannounced service enhancements to its integrated digital solutions portfolio, Boeing AnalytX.
Boeing AnalytX will utilize aerospace expertise with data-based information to give empowered decision support to optimize operation and mission. Thus, it will give customers a glimpse into the near-future, more time to evaluate, plan and manage solutions.
Boeing also announced new agreements to provide customers with digital solutions, all powered by Boeing AnalytX
The announcement was made at MRO Europe, leaving the media and aerospace industry in awe of digital evolution.
"The amount of data coming off an airplane will double in the next twenty years," said Mike Fleming, vice president of Commercial Services for Boeing. "We are evolving our portfolio of tools and developing new applications and analytics to help customers take action to improve their operations." He further added.
Boeing AnalytX offers three interrelated categories of analytics enabled products and services customers may easily mix and match to meet needs and goals.
Digital Solutions – a set of analytics enabled software applications addressing the needs of crew and fleet scheduling, flight/mission planning and operations, maintenance planning and management, and inventory and logistics management.
Analytics Consulting Services – a group of aviation, business, and analytics professionals who are ready to help customers improve their operational performance, efficiency, and economy.
Self-Service Analytics – the newest category, that opens up the data behind the digital solutions for customers to explore and discover new insights and opportunities using Boeing provided analytics tools.
These tools all make use of Boeing AnalytX to provide better understanding, learning, insight, decisions, predictions and actions, at the same time continuously improving customers operations and resulting in improved on-time performance and robust reaction to non-normal operational situations.
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