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Satavia - Making Aviation Smarter

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Satavia is a young company based in Cambridge and offers digital environmental intelligence to make aviation smarter and safer. Environmental factors in the atmosphere, like dust, ice, sulphur, and volcanic, accelerate wear of aircraft components; unscheduled maintenance costs the industry billions of dollars each year. Satavia’s digital intelligence platform generates environmental factor exposure analytics for individual aircraft and airports, and integrates machine learning to offer automated risk-based decision-making capability. Satavia’s data-as-a-service enables aircraft operators to modify aircraft flight plans and scheduling to extend engine lifetime and reduces cost of aircraft ownership. During this seminar Satavia’s technical team will elaborate on some of the big data and scientific challenges they are facing.

This talk is part of the Data Intensive Science Seminar Series series.

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