Aircraft Engine Maintenance
Timing the servicing of aircraft engines is a critical calculation. Service regimes that rely on service hours and cycles alone can be unreliable and inefficient, with units degrading at varying rates when operating under different conditions. Servicing a unit too early adds unnecessary costs, waiting for a problem reveal to itself could result in unit failure, secondary damage, and significantly increased costs.
There are various ways to look at this data; forward looking to predict the remaining useful life of the asset, and in real time to identify if the unit is within a window of service, or backward looking to analyse why the unit failed. Both of the below solutions analyse engine sensors and settings to better inform the planning of services accross their fleet.