Singapore Airshow 2022: Boeing and Singapore pledge to share F-15SG data
Boeing has signed agreements with the Defence Science and Technology Agency in Singapore to create a data exchange pipeline to enable collaborative data analysis for the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) fleet of F-15SG aircraft.
‘The data exchange pipeline will store and facilitate the analysis of supply chain data for the F-15SG aircraft fleet, with the goal of developing predictive maintenance actions that will enhance the operational readiness of the Republic of Singapore Air Force,’ Boeing announced in a 15 February statement.
‘Data analytics are just one part of our growing digital ecosystem of innovative services,’ said Ted Colbert, president and CEO of Boeing Global Services.
The RSAF operates a total of 40 F-15SG (formerly F-15T) variants of the F-15E Strike Eagle; Shephard Defence Insight forecasts an out-of-service date of 2036.
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