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Digital Thread maturity in aircraft operations The OEM perspective
Digital Twin technology has come a long way since then, it is still one of the most promising development areas with the potential for creating value in the aviation industry. Today, Digital Twins seek to maintain the digital replica of an asset or system throughout its lifecycle requiring continuous data feeds. That’s where the Digital Thread comes in.
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Oct 27, 2022
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Russell Masters joins QOCO Systems Ltd Advisory Board
Russell joins us with having spent nearly 20 years within the Aviation industry. Most of his time was with Rolls-Royce, with a specialism in service development and transformation within Civil Aerospace market, leading on large-scale digital transformation and digital services.
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Oct 26, 2022
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Meet our crew - Noora Tauriainen
Noora Tauriainen is an expert in her field and has been working at QOCO for six months as a Solution Analyst. She was eager to share what it's like being a part of our crew, so we asked her how things are going!
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Oct 25, 2022
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Widerøe selects MROTools.io to optimise and digitalise tool management
We are delighted to announce that Widerøe has chosen to partner with QOCO Systems Ltd and will be using MROTools.io, the most advanced and dynamic tooling management software on the market.
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Oct 21, 2022
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Raise Awareness About Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is one of the most misunderstood crimes in the world, due in part to its secretive nature. It is a fast-growing industry, having reportedly hit record-breaking numbers in Finland in 2020. Across the globe, human trafficking affects millions of people and generates billions of dollars each year. For this reason, QOCO has teamed up with A21, a non-profit organization fighting against human trafficking across the globe.
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Oct 19, 2022
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Disruptive Innovations In The Aviation Industry
Nowadays, technology is advancing more quickly than ever, and virtually every industry on the planet has been forced to adapt. Sometimes, a new piece of technology will integrate itself seamlessly into a pre-existing system, causing little inconvenience. Other times, an industry will have to wrap itself around this new innovation in order to accommodate it. These are known as disruptive innovations, and the aviation industry has been subject to several of them in the recent past.
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Oct 11, 2022