Jet-engine builder Pratt & Whitney is applying "big data" analytics in a series of projects underway — 14 in total — to improve engine performance and customer service. The first example will be a predictive model, being developed in house by Pratt & Whitney engineers and analysts, to monitor “engine event” performance. The OEM expects the model to support more proactive maintenance scheduling and preparation for P&W engines. This intelligence ...

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