According to the jet engine developer its partnership with the Chinese OEM will bring together data scientists software developers and architects ldquoto refine some of the ten billion data points produced by the aviation sector annually into solutions that can achieve greater fleet intelligence and operational insightsrdquo

According to the jet engine developer, its partnership with the Chinese OEM will bring together data scientists, software developers, and architects “to refine some of the ten billion data points produced by the aviation sector annually into solutions that can achieve greater fleet intelligence and operational insights.”

GE Aviation, China's Comac Collaborating on Digital Projects, Analytics

Jet engine builder GE Aviation (General Electric Co. IW500/6) has a new “memorandum of understanding” (MOU) with the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) concerning “digital collaboration,” outlining how the two aviation-focused manufacturers plan to work together (“explore and collaborate”) on digital solutions and applications for customer and product support monitoring and diagnostics, “intelligent aircraft,” and Brilliant Manufacturing (the last referring to a GE software for predicting and reacting to changes in supply-chain conditions, manufacturing resources, etc.)

GE Aviation designs and manufactures commercial, military, and business and general aviation jet and turboprop engines and components, as well as avionics, electrical power and mechanical systems for aircraft. COMAC is China’s state-owned manufacturer of twin-engine, single-aisle and widebody passenger aircraft.

More, GE stated the partnership would bring together data scientists, software developers, and architects “to refine some of the ten billion data points produced by the aviation sector annually into solutions that can achieve greater fleet intelligence and operational insights.”

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