Six start-ups to look out for at Aviation Festival Asia: Data and artificial intelligence (AI)
Aviation Festival Asia gathers together industry giants, start-ups, and everyone in between to drive innovation in the aviation industry. The event is an opportunity for start-ups to get noticed and for influential industry players to forge business partnerships in the Asia Region.
Data and artificial intelligence (AI) are two of the most influential driving factors spurring innovation and advancement in the aviation industry. Both data and AI have begun to transform the landscape of the industry working separately and synergistically to progress multiple facets of aviation. Here are six start-ups working with data and/or AI to look out for at Aviation Festival Asia.
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These six start ups will be at Aviation Festival Asia next month. Data and AI will be discussed across the majority of the tracks at the event with a range of top industry leaders discussing their experience, lessons, and plans for the future. Get your ticket here.
Watch ‘Data analytics in aviation. An interview with Dirk Jungnickel, SVP Enterprise Data & Analytics at Emirates Group’ here.
Article by Jess Brownlow