Singapore’s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and Boeing signed project agreements that create a data exchange infrastructure to enable collaborative data analysis for the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s F-15SG fighter aircraft. The data exchange pipeline will store and facilitate the analysis of supply chain data for the F-15SG aircraft fleet, to develop predictive maintenance actions that will enhance the operational readiness of the Republic of Singapore Air Force.
“We are grateful to continue our partnership with DSTA to use the power of digital tools to reduce sustainment costs and increase aircraft readiness. Data analytics are just one part of our growing digital ecosystem of innovative services,” said Ted Colbert, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Global Services.
Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Defence of the Government of Singapore. DSTA is responsible for performing acquisitions management, systems management, systems development for the Singapore Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) and the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). DSTA was formed as a statutory board on 15 March 2000 by combining the Defence Technology Group from MINDEF with two other organizations, the Systems and Computer Organisation (SCO) and the Defence Medical Research Institute (DMRI) from the Defence Administration Group.
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