Streamlining Airlines MRO Operations with Predictive Maintenance


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  • February 3rd, 2020
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In the face of heart-wrenching airplane crashes, maintaining flight safety has become a global priority. Optimizing Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) operations is the key to preventing such calamities and cutting significant MRO costs.

Predictive maintenance presents a highly cost-efficient opportunity to streamline MRO. By predicting the need for repair and maintenance, it preempts the loss of revenue from grounding, non-flying hours, and futile scheduled maintenance operations.

PUTTING A LEADING AIRLINE ON THE RADAR
Just as airlines were losing faith in the implementation of predictive maintenance, we helped one of the world’s leading airlines:
• Improve the quality of their existing data
• Double the accuracy of models that predicted error logs
• Create a rule-based engine to prevent recurring logs by 6-10%
• Prioritize alerts based on their severity to schedule MRO

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