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Architecting the Industrial Internet by Carla Romano, Robert Stackowiak, Shyam Nath

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Airline industry background

The global airline industry transports between 3.5 to 4 billion people annually. Its economic impact is over $2.7 trillion annually. To understand how an Industrial Internet project can be used to improve maintenance planning and scheduling and for future reference in other sections, we will begin with a simple description of the major parts of the aircraft:

  • Fuselage: The fuselage or the body of the airplane provides a connection point for all major assemblies. The front of the fuselage is the cockpit where the pilot controls the aircraft while passengers and cargo are carried in the rear. The aircraft fuel in carried in some cases in the fuselage, while others carry fuel in the wings.
  • Wings: The wings help to ...

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