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Wed, Jun 29, 2011

New Shared Data Service Rolled Out By Rolls-Royce, Boeing

Provides Operators With An Integrated Data Source For Engine And Airplane Management

A major planemaker and engine company have launched a shared data service, which they say is the first of its kind in the aerospace industry. It will allow both Boeing and Rolls-Royce to offer faster, better-informed advice to airlines, in order to maximise aircraft availability.

For the first time, data from an aircraft and the engines that power it will be combined on a single system providing customers with an efficient, integrated data source, improving an airline's ability to manage its product health monitoring. By integrating data from Rolls-Royce engines and Boeing airplanes, both manufacturers will offer comprehensive information and improved response time to customers. The service, available to airlines with both Rolls-Royce Engine Health Monitoring (EHM) and Boeing Airplane Health Management (AHM) data, will initially be available for the Trent 1000/Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Trent 800/Boeing 777 combinations.

"This innovative service is focused on providing airlines with better information, which will help to improve the speed and quality of decision-making and enable operators to maximise operational efficiency," said Tom Palmer, Rolls-Royce Services Director - Civil Aerospace.

"This level of co-operation between Boeing and Rolls-Royce will greatly benefit our mutual customers. Our relationship is industry leading and supports Boeing's continued focus on helping customers optimise performance in real-time," said Per Noren, Vice President of Information Services, Boeing.

By year end, the companies say it will also cover RB211-524/Boeing 747 and RB211-535/Boeing 757 combinations.

FMI: www.boeing.com, www.rolls-royce.com

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