Market Research Report
Global Artificial Intelligence in Aviation Market 2018-2022
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|Global Artificial Intelligence in Aviation Market 2018-2022|
|Published: November 14, 2018||Content info: 108 Pages||
Big data is expected to positively impact the aviation market by enabling the cost-efficient design of products, and more efficient manufacturing and operations. The implementation of big data is increasing for structural health monitoring of an aircraft. Through sensors located in different parts of the aircraft structure and inner components, the stresses and strains developed within the structure are detected before the occurrence of failure. For instance, in an aircraft, if a part needs to be replaced when it lands, the system can inform the crew in advance via a message to keep the replacement ready, thereby minimizing the turnaround time.
The information in the aviation industry is deemed to be very sensitive and complex. Integration of blockchain into the industry can lead to vast improvements in the operational efficiency of the whole workflow. Blockchain technology may be incorporated by manufacturers and airline operators alike for comprehensive data sharing and reconciliation, leading to reduction of complexities associated with cross-enterprise business processes.
Big data can revolutionize the world with its predictive power. The collection of huge data sets for legitimate analysis by computers may be at risk of becoming available for abuse by miscreants. The possible impacts of a cyberattack range from endangering the safety of an aircraft to affecting operational reliability, financial health, and business continuity.
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The market appears to be fragmented and with the presence of several companies including Intel and Microsoft the competitive environment is quite intense. Factors such as the blockchain integration into aviation and application of bigdata into aviation, will provide considerable growth opportunities to artificial intelligence in aviation companies. Airbus, Amazon, IBM, Intel, and Microsoft are some of the major companies covered in this report.