The cabin is the number one lever for airline companies’ competitiveness and economic sustainability. It’s all about offering a unique user experience while reducing negative externalities for the environment.
We can usually associate each of the industrial revolutions with facts, dates and concrete people.
Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) are facing the fact that the concept of Smart Factory is becoming more a matter of present needs for manufacturers than a future wish.
From the 1960s through the early 2000s, aircraft programs underwent many changes, especially with respect to increasing seat and range capabilities.
The hardware and software for autonomous driving market will reach $60 billion in 2030.
8% of cars are equipped with advanced driver assistance systems; in 2025, it will be 62%.
An F‑35 jet has 25 millions lines of code; a luxury car 100 millions.
8 out of top 10
are US based.
Airbus & Boeing
have an order book
between 8 and
10 years’ production.
The mobile health
market will be
multiplied by 7
by 2020 to reach
In one day, a single
gas turbine is
producing 120 times
more data than
320M Twitter users.
80% of humans
Vertical integration and data analysis, digital technologies, factory automation…Industry 4.0 is on the way to disrupting the aeronautical industry.
Moving into Industry 4.0 today appears to be the best solution to increase factory productivity.
With close to 6 billion annual passengers expected by 2030, up from 3.7 billion today, the aeronautical industry is at a crossroads.
With the emergence of the Internet of Things and the wide spread of connectivity in the factories, a complete new set of machines, processes and production organization can be put together to boost manufacturing and more generally industry productivity.