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THE FUTURE OF AVIATION
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The aviation industry experts are expecting a U-shaped recovery of the industry, which translates into a prolonged and stretched, slow paced rebound. However, the initial symptoms of recovery in the commercial aspects might begin to surface only by...
Flight is delayed
788
The global pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, adversely affecting the economies and industries across the globe. Aviation industry has also taken a massive blow from the virus outbreak. The global fleet has been grounded for months now...
Aerospace and Defense
172
Traditionally, global aerospace and defense organizations have relied on country-level compliance processes and IT delivery, resulting in siloed data and lack of centralized visibility with minimal data sharing. The same has resulted not only in non...
COVID19 is impacting IT
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Jun 15, 2020

How COVID19 is impacting IT & other industries?

Prabhat Kumar General Manager, Cloud Native Practice

IT companies depend upon other industries for their projects. With so much disruption, many potential and existing customers will be forced to re-prioritize their budgets and IT investments may be diverted into the core businesses.
Solving Complex Problems
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The world is fast evolving, with Artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront in changing the world and our lives. It can no longer be considered a technology of the future as it is already shaping the ecosystem that...
eVTOL
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If you have been traveling to the big cities in growing economies like India & China, you would agree that you don’t recognize the city every time you travel back, the vehicle flux is multifold, the routes are changed with ever increasing...
SAM
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In the early 2000s, unlike Automotive, Aerospace was a laggard industry when it came to outsourcing work to cost advantageous countries like India, China Poland, Mexico and Russia. Despite its relative cost advantages, the late 90’s and the mid-...
Augmented Reality
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In a world where various complexities are overcome by technological advancements, the aerospace domain/industry is pushed to think of alternative remote training methodologies to equip their professionals with necessary theoretical and practical...
Digital Factory
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An overhauled application technology landscape will enable new technologies to improve the shop floor as well as aftermarket and spares business, providing a real-time account of the status of production and aftermarket support.
THE FUTURE OF AVIATION
88
The aviation industry experts are expecting a U-shaped recovery of the industry, which translates into a prolonged and stretched, slow paced rebound. However, the initial symptoms of recovery in the commercial aspects might begin to surface only by...
Flight is delayed
788
The global pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, adversely affecting the economies and industries across the globe. Aviation industry has also taken a massive blow from the virus outbreak. The global fleet has been grounded for months now...
Solving Complex Problems
1,128
The world is fast evolving, with Artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront in changing the world and our lives. It can no longer be considered a technology of the future as it is already shaping the ecosystem that...
eVTOL
404
If you have been traveling to the big cities in growing economies like India & China, you would agree that you don’t recognize the city every time you travel back, the vehicle flux is multifold, the routes are changed with ever increasing...
COVID19 is impacting IT
161

Jun 15, 2020

How COVID19 is impacting IT & other industries?

Prabhat Kumar General Manager, Cloud Native Practice

IT companies depend upon other industries for their projects. With so much disruption, many potential and existing customers will be forced to re-prioritize their budgets and IT investments may be diverted into the core businesses.
Swarm Robotics
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Swarm robotics is a rapidly evolving multi-robot technology that draws inspiration from swarm intelligence found in nature. As compared to single robots or other multi-individual systems, swarm robotics offer scalability, stability, cost...
Aerospace and Defense
172
Traditionally, global aerospace and defense organizations have relied on country-level compliance processes and IT delivery, resulting in siloed data and lack of centralized visibility with minimal data sharing. The same has resulted not only in non...
customer experience
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The aviation industry is witnessing a boom of growth and expansion.  ‘Experience’ is taking the center stage of the customer engagement blueprint.
SAM
713
In the early 2000s, unlike Automotive, Aerospace was a laggard industry when it came to outsourcing work to cost advantageous countries like India, China Poland, Mexico and Russia. Despite its relative cost advantages, the late 90’s and the mid-...

How 21st century technologies like iot/ai/ml and biometrics will help reshape the future of aviation
Sam Swaro - Associate Vice President | August 26, 2020
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The aviation industry experts are expecting a U-shaped recovery of the industry, which translates into a prolonged and stretched, slow paced rebound. However, the initial symptoms of recovery in the commercial aspects might begin to surface only by the end of the calendar year. Mostly, when travelers begin to regain their confidence and opting to go back to airports, and taking planes for their domestic and international travel requirements.

Technologies like Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) have dominated conversations in the tech world, for the past decade. In the pre-COVID world, smart airports and manufacturers of smart planes were looking forward to deploying the latest IoT technology to deliver delightful passenger experiences. This would also have been significant in making up losses in the business by bringing in operational efficiencies, lowering AOG (Aircraft on Ground) time, generating ancillary revenues and safety. However, in the post pandemic scenario, it is enormously vital to increase passenger confidence, bring people back to the airports, planes, and have them fly safely from point A to point B. Passenger safety and hygiene are centric most important factors that will impact other the other factors like passenger experience, ancillary revenue, operational efficiencies will revolve around passenger safety and hygiene. Connected User, Connected Products, Connected Infrastructure and Connected Operations are the four elements that would be key to the success of an Airport, an Airliner, and an A&D Equipment Manufacturer post COVID.


Flight is delayed but will reach destination on time
Siba Satapathy - Senior Vice President , Aerospace & Defense sector, Engineering R&D services | July 17, 2020
788 Views

The global pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, adversely affecting the economies and industries across the globe. Aviation industry has also taken a massive blow from the virus outbreak. The global fleet has been grounded for months now after witnessing tremendous growth in the last two decades. The recent promising trends of increasing leisure travel, rise in incomes, global trade etc. had contributed to the accelerated growth of the industry, and a soaring future. The last two decades however, were not without roadblocks. Many incidents caused setbacks to the industry but the resilient the aviation industry has been in overcoming the bumps and speed breakers each time. Few economic drivers have been favorably behind the industry’s efforts to bounce after each disruption. For now, the industry will surely hunker down and focus on survival.

The disruption that COVID has caused to aviation and aerospace industry is deep and wide. However, the underlying economic drivers are the source of optimism for the aviation industry. There is no better alternative to air-travel to cover long distances in a safe and efficient manner. Virtual alternatives can supplement human experience, but cannot replace actual human interactions. As the world starts to restore the pre COVID status, business, trade, tourism and globalization will lead to promising times ahead. Meanwhile the industry player will have to focus on various measures to help their customers as well as themselves to respond, adapt and reinvent for the times to come.


Aerospace and Defense Compliance 2.0- Greater Focus on Risk-based Security, CCM, and Blockchain
Abhishek Ramavat - GM and Practice Lead EMEA - GRC | July 9, 2020
172 Views

Traditionally, global aerospace and defense organizations have relied on country-level compliance processes and IT delivery, resulting in siloed data and lack of centralized visibility with minimal data sharing. The same has resulted not only in non-standardized information management but has also increased IT costs and redundancy, along with poor visibility into the efficacy of compliance programs across geographies.