09 March 2021
Visiongain has launched a new report Aircraft Health Monitoring Market Report 2021-2031: Forecasts by Aircraft Type (Turboprop, Regional Jet, Widebody, Narrowbody), by Opertation Time (Real-Time, Non-Real-Time), by Installation (Onborad, On Ground), Including Fit (Linefit, Retrofit), Covering Solution (Hardware, Software, Services) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading Aircraft Health Monitoring Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.
• Rising Air Passenger Traffic Across the Globe is Driving the Need for Routine Aircraft Health Monitoring
• Rise in Adoption of IT Technologies is Increasing the Uptake of AHM Solutions and Services
• Increasing Demand for Decision Support Systems for Maintenance of Modern Aircraft
• Lack of Trained Professionals Can Limit Adoption Advanced IT Solutions and Services for Aircraft Health Monitoring
• Increasing Financial Losses Can Cut Down Budget Allocation for Advanced Solutions and Services
• In February 2021, Boeing Australia Component Repairs (BACR) — Boeing Defence Australia’s maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) capability, based in Tullamarine, Victoria was acquired by Quickstep.
• In December 2020, Rolls Royce entered into partnership with Infosys to for sourcing engineering and research & development services for its civil aerospace business. This will help the company to boost its technological capabilities aviation industry.
Market Segmentation 2021-2031:
The Aircraft Health Monitoring Market is segmented on the Aircraft Type, Operation Time, Installation, Fit, Solution, and Regional basis.
• Regional Jet
• On Ground
Focused regional forecasts and analysis explore the future opportunities:
• North America
- Rest of Europe
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
• Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
• Middle East
- Saudi Arabia
- Rest of Middle East
Companies covered in the report include:
• United Technologies Corporation
• Honeywell International
• General Electric
• Rockwell Collins, Inc.
• Rolls-Royce PLC
• RSL Electronics Ltd. (RSL)
• Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC
• Lufthansa Technik AG
• Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance
• Safran SA
• Embraer SA
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