The IoT Integrator Wire

Riding Through Turbulence: What’s Next for Aerospace & Transportation

May 22, 2020 The Channel Company Season 1 Episode 4
The IoT Integrator Wire
Riding Through Turbulence: What’s Next for Aerospace & Transportation
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The IoT Integrator Wire
Riding Through Turbulence: What’s Next for Aerospace & Transportation
May 22, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
The Channel Company

The IoT Integrator editors talk with Torsten Welte, global vice president, head of Aerospace & Defense, Travel & Transportation, at SAP. With the commercial airline industry experiencing an astounding 90% drop in travel during the pandemic, Torsten shares insights on how aerospace will recalibrate to position itself for operational recovery. Companies will move toward more automation for manufacturing restart, using everything from robotic worms that can crawl along a wing and drill precision holes to visual AI for quality control. He talks about the vital role of IoT and data analytics in A&D, noting that the modern aircraft contains 2,000+ IoT sensors that generate massive amounts of critical operational data each day.  

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The IoT Integrator editors talk with Torsten Welte, global vice president, head of Aerospace & Defense, Travel & Transportation, at SAP. With the commercial airline industry experiencing an astounding 90% drop in travel during the pandemic, Torsten shares insights on how aerospace will recalibrate to position itself for operational recovery. Companies will move toward more automation for manufacturing restart, using everything from robotic worms that can crawl along a wing and drill precision holes to visual AI for quality control. He talks about the vital role of IoT and data analytics in A&D, noting that the modern aircraft contains 2,000+ IoT sensors that generate massive amounts of critical operational data each day.