“GE Aviation is committed to increasing air traffic operational efficiencies in Brazil through innovative solutions and practical research,” said Sergio Caram Zuquim, Latin America director, GE Aviation’s Flight Efficiency Services. “The Green Skies of Brazil program is the outcome of a two-year research program, and the vision of DECEA, GE and GOL. More than 10 Brazilian civil aviation stakeholders are participating in the program including SAC, ANAC, INFRAERO, ABEAR, ABAG, Petrobrás Cenpes and Azul.”
GE has a suite of service offerings that increase an aircraft’s overall operational efficiency and is harnessing the power of the Industrial Internet and using software and analytics to make its machines smarter and more efficient. GE is using data analytics to identify ways to reduce operating costs, increase aircraft utilization and improve the business of flight.
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