Honeywell Improves Forge Flight Efficiency Platform

 - October 28, 2022, 11:34 AM
Honeywell's improved flight efficiency program adds advanced analytic capabilities to its existing Forge Flight Efficiency product, in an effort to help customers reduce their operating costs, both in the air and on the ground. (Photo: Honeywell)

Honeywell has introduced a new and improved version of its cloud-based Forge Flight Efficiency cloud-based platform. Renamed Honeywell Flight Efficiency, the system will allow users to make better decisions regarding their fuel efficiency by analyzing and simplifying streams of data coming from a wide range of sources.

Among its improvements are a new user interface, more scalable architecture, and advanced data analysis to help develop, implement, and measure programs that will help them reduce aircraft operating costs. In a single interface, the system offers in-air and on-ground solutions for flight operations, fuel managers, and maintenance personnel, alerting them to savings opportunities and improving workflow.

“This platform is aligned with the practical and immediate needs of our customers,” said Karen Miller, Honeywell Aerospace’s general manager for services and connectivity. “The aviation industry is facing unprecedented increases in fuel and other operating costs. It is imperative for everyone in the ecosystem to work together to reduce operating costs while also creating a more sustainable future for aviation.”