The Eight Startups That Could Transform The Aviation Ecosystem – Aviation Week

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Company:Pzartech

Specifications:Israeli startup Pzartech provides digital tools for part recognition and tracking. The companys Snapr application uses shape and industrial optical character recognition to extract part and serial numbers, so technicians can capture a picture of a part, quickly confirm it is the correct one and take appropriate action.

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Company:Circulor

Specifications: Originally getting its start by helping the automotive supply chain track cobalt used for batteries, Circulor is now working with Boeing and GKN Aerospace through the ATI Boeing Accelerator to track carbon emissions during the production of aircraft, as well as the authenticity and traceability of aircraft parts and powder used for 3D printing.

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Company:Assaia

Specifications: Assaias Apron AI system uses cameras installed at airports paired with an artificial intelligence system to analyze turnaround operations and offer predictive analysis to airlines. Through the Hangar 51 accelerator, Assaia worked with British Airways to monitor and detect multiple aircraft turnaround events simultaneously through a video stream and live dashboard, which it says enabled more effective use of staff time and faster action and reduced the number and magnitude of delays.

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Company:Uwinloc

Specifications: French startup Uwinloc provides an indoor Internet of Things location monitoring system that enables continuous tracking of goods. The system combines beacons, a server, visualization software and battery-less tags that collect energy from the surrounding radio field to track assets on a 2D or 3D map.

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Company:SynapseMX

Specifications: SynapseMXs cloud-based maintenance management and execution platform uses real-time data tools and machine learning to help deal with maintenance challenges as they occur. The platform enables monitoring and management of operations such as coordinating teams, assigning jobs, performing and signing off on work and notifying downline stations when issues are headed their way.Credit:SynapseMX

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Company:Reckon Point

Specifications: Based at the Port San Antonio innovation center, Reckon Point uses 360-deg. imaging technology mounted to robots to develop GPS for indoor spaces. The technology can be used to map maintenance operations and track materials through the line, or even track assets and staff when paired with sensors, wearables or mobile devices.

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Company:Kraken IM

Specifications: UK startup Kraken IM provides software to help customers procure what they need from their supply chain by ensuring materials have conformity, traceability and meet all requirements. The company creates transparent digital requirements and captures information deliverables, quality requirements and paper documents, then uses blockchain to create a digital birth certificate for all parts coming from the supply chain.

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Company:Anomalous

Specifications: Scottish startup Anomalous provides AI-based software to improve the speed and accuracy of aircraft part inspections. The company says humans performing visual inspections miss 20-30% of visible defects on average, but its software can improve the process.

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A look at tech startups providing innovative new technologies for aviation from the supply chain all the way to the aftermarket.

Take a look at the full article in Inside MRO by Lindsay Bjerregaard -Eight Startups That Could Transform The Aviation Ecosystem

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