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CEFA Aviation and GE Aviation partner in Flight Analysis and Animation

Posted 28 February 2018 · Add Comment

CEFA Aviation and GE Aviation have formed a partnership to provide customers with a higher fidelity of data for airline flight safety analysis, operational efficiency and pilot training.


The partnership combines GE’s experience in flight analytics with CEFA Aviation’s expertise in flight data animation. 

“CEFA Aviation’s expertise in flight animation brings a much-needed capability to our existing and new flight data analysis customers,” said John Mansfield, chief digital officer for GE Aviation. “This partnership will allow customers to achieve more precise visualisation when we apply a greater level of cooperation between our or

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