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19 June 2019
19. June 2019 Commercial Aircraft

Airbus’s Skywise Health Monitoring community grows to 10 customers and now reaches South Asia

Skywise Creating Value

Airbus’s Skywise Health Monitoring (SHM) application is gaining momentum amongst airlines with SriLankan Airlines now joining Allegiant, Gulf Air, Indigo, Jazeera, La Compagnie, to become the first South Asian customer to select SHM for its operations, bringing the total number of SHM operators to 10.

Used as well for the Airbus Beluga operation, Skywise Health Monitoring supports maintenance & engineering teams, saving them time and enhancing efficiency. By prioritizing events, correlating aircraft events with the proper documentation and giving a view on operational impacts, Skywise Health Monitoring secures the aircraft dispatch, reduces the risk of operational interruption and lowers the impact of unscheduled maintenance. Natively interfaced with Skywise Predictive Maintenance and Skywise Reliability, it offers a seamless experience on fleet performance.

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