Data Exchange Will Enable Collaborative Analysis
Singapore’s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and Boeing have signed project agreements aimed at creating a data exchange infrastructure that will enable collaborative data analysis for the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s (RSAF’s) fleet of F-15SG aircraft.
Boeing said in a 15 February announcement made during the Singapore Airshow that this “exchange pipeline” will store and facilitate the analysis of supply chain data for the F-15SG fleet, with the goal of developing “predictive maintenance actions” that will enhance the operational readiness of force. Boeing Global Services’ President and CEO, Ted Colbert, suggested the partnership enables use of “the power of digital tools to reduce sustainment costs and increase aircraft readiness. Data analytics are just one part of our growing digital ecosystem of innovative services”.
The RSAF operates a fleet of 40 F-15SGs, the first of which entered service in 2009. The aircraft reached full operational capability in September 2013.
Gabriel Dominguez in Singapore for MON