Rolls-Royce and Microsoft Collaborate to Create New Digital Capabilities
Flight delays and disruptions cause headaches for most people that fly on commercial airlines, but these delays also cost the airline industry millions of dollars every year. Minimizing the cost and disruption of maintenance activities is a key focus.
Rolls-Royce has over 13,000 engines for commercial aircraft in service, and for the past 20 years, it has offered customers comprehensive engine maintenance services. As the rapidly increasing volume of data coming from many different types of aircraft equipment overtakes the airlines’ ability to analyze and take insight from it, Rolls-Royce is using the Microsoft Azure platform to fundamentally transform how it uses data to better serve its customers.
Watch our video to learn how Rolls-Royce:
- Leveraged Microsoft’s Azure IoT Suite to reliably aggregate data
- Embraced the cloud and analytical technologies to deliver more expert insights to the right stakeholders at the right time
- Uses analytics and machine learning insight in new ways to add more value to their customers