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Aircraft Health Monitoring System Trends

Abstract

Aircraft HMS can enhance airplane’s safety and performance, as well as minimize downtime and unscheduled maintenance. Aircraft HMS is useful for aircraft structures, aero-propulsion systems, and ancillary systems. The aircraft structures comprise each of the structural components of an airplane as well as its sub-systems, including wings, flight control surfaces, and fuselage. The aero propulsion system consists of primary as well as auxiliary power units in the airplane.

The report analyzes and presents an overview of Aircraft Health Monitoring Systems market worldwide. Supported with 1 market data table, the report provides a review of market trends, growth drivers, and strategic industry activities of major companies worldwide. In addition, 29 companies operating in the Aircraft Health Monitoring Systems arena worldwide including ACES Systems, BAE Systems PLC, Bristow Group Inc., Cedrat Technologies, Dynon Avionics, General Electric Co., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Rockwell Collins and others are profiled.

Code: 146295
Price: $950
Companies : 29
Pages: 14
Date: January, 2014
Market Data Tables : 1

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Health and Usage Monitoring Systems - A Broader Perspective......1
Aircraft Health Monitoring Systems......1
Table 1: Global Aircraft Health Monitoring Systems Revenues (2012-2017) in US$ Million......2
Condition Monitoring Systems - A Predictive Maintenance Technique to Gauge Anomalies......2
Role of CM Systems in Aviation Sector......3
GE Aviation Secures Contracts from Gulfstream Aerospace......4
Goodrich Unveils Helicopter Health Monitoring System and Other Offerings......4
Meggitt Unveils PV 102 Piezoelectric Velocity Sensor......5
GE Aviation Launches Engine Diagnostics System......5
GE Aviation Rolls Out AW139 HUMS Web Services Health and Usage Monitoring System......6
Helicopter Support and Goodrich Ink Memorandum of Understanding......6
Sikorsky Chooses Integrated Vehicle Health Management System of Goodrich......7
ACES Systems (USA)......8
Aerospace & Advanced Composites GmbH (Austria)......8
Airbus SAS (France)......8
BAE Systems PLC (UK)......8
Bristow Group, Inc. (USA)......8
Cedrat Technologies (France)......9
Crane Aerospace & Electronics (USA)......9
Dynon Avionics (USA)......9
General Electric Company (USA)......9
GE Aviation (USA)......10
Grand Rapids Technologies, Inc. (USA)......10
Honeywell Aerospace (USA)......10
iSAC Systems (Canada)......10
Meggitt PLC (UK)......10
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (Japan)......11
Northrop Grumman Corporation (USA)......11
Rockwell Collins (USA)......11
Rolls-Royce PLC (UK)......11
RSL Electronics Ltd. (Israel)......12
Safran Group (France)......12
Safran Sagem (France)......12
Silver Atena (UK) Ltd. (UK)......12
Structural Monitoring Systems Ltd. (Australia)......13
Teledyne Controls (USA)......13
Texas Research International, Inc. (USA)......13
The Boeing Company (USA)......13
Ultra Electronics Ltd. (UK)......13
UTC Aerospace Systems (USA)......14
Ventura Aerospace, Inc. (USA)......14