Everyone talks about predictive maintenance as a way to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. However, there's been little movement in moving from corrective maintenance to predictive maintenance practices in the aerospace industry.
Driving efficiencies through digital data is important. However, when its reliant on sensor data only to detect anomalies and trends that alert to an impending failure, the operator cannot achieve efficiency savings above 1% to 2%. That's because standard operating procedure remains rooted in corrective maintenance practices, resulting in costly repairs and downtime.
Frost & Sullivan recently featured Sentient Science in its Best Practices Report for Wind Prognostics, recognizing our combined materials science and data science technological approach over data science-only solutions.
Sentient uncovers a 68% difference in the life of wind turbine components and systems using physical test verses live data
February, 14, 2018 - Buffalo, NY — Frost & Sullivan, a Growth Partnership firm, recognized Sentient Science and its flagship DigitalClone® life extension solution for wind turbines with their New Product Innovation Award for Wind Prognostics.
‘How the Digital Transformation is Reducing Costs Across the Aerospace Industry’
January 29, 2018 – London, UK – Sentient Science, a digital platform provider that lowers the cost per flight hour by 13%, will present at the International Military Helicopter Show in London, UK this week on “How the Digital Transformation is Reducing Costs Across the Aerospace Industry.”