Airbus-LTTS Skywise Partner Programme: L&T Technology Services (LTTS) Thursday announced that the firm has been selected by European defence and aerospace giant Airbus, as a part of the Skywise Partner Programme, to provide technology and digital engineering solutions to Airbus and its partner Airlines.
More than 130 airlines across the world are already connected to Airbus Skywise platform. The platform is playing a crucial role in enabling and accelerating the digital transformation of the aviation sector, said the company.
“LTTS will support the airlines in the development of complex workflows, creation of new interfaces between their existing information systems and Skywise and also provide assistance in their digital transformation with Skywise,” the LTTS said in the statement.
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LTTS said it has several highly experienced engineers and data scientists who are going to work exclusively on the Skywise platform.
They will come up with solutions to address the digital transformation needs of airlines as well as the fast-expanding Skywise ecosystem, it said.
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LTTS’ demonstrated experience in building digital engineering platforms based on strong domain knowledge help strengthen the interdependencies these digital technologies are enabling, said the company.
“Airbus is one of our valued customers in the aerospace domain, a sector which offers tremendous potential for disruptive business opportunities,” said Abhishek Sinha, Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Board, L&T Technology Services.
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Sinha said the selection of LTTS as a partner for Airbus Skywise programme reflects the long-standing partnership the company has with an important market leader like Airbus
It truly reflects and our deep understanding of Airbus’ product development and customer needs, he added.
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