PODCAST 20: Turning the data to operational advantage

Digitalisation, data and analytics are key elements of the new 'industrial revolution' and in this week's programme we talk to Honeywell Aerospace about its holistic approach to bring the data together.

We’re told their adoption will lead the way to benefits measured in efficiency, cost savings, smart operations, predictive maintenance and so on – all of which aerospace now needs more than ever in the new normal taking shape after Covid-19. The challenge remains to make sense of the data you have. 
 
Paul Page who is Honeywell’s aerospace solution architect, based in Dubai, works with a large number of airlines in the region to help them get the most out of their data. 
 
He explains how Honeywell realised the scale of the challenge and developed Forge, its integrated analytics platform designed to give customers the big picture on fleet operations so they can move quickly where necessary.
This plus all the aerospace and defence news from around the region.
 
 
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