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Here you’ll find news on our great team, model-based AI, new partnerships with clients or organisations, and upgrades to the Aerogility platform.

Expert predictions for artificial intelligence (AI) technology in 2023

Expert predictions for artificial intelligence (AI) technology in 2023

We caught up with our expert team to find out how they believe AI will impact the world in 2023 and reflect on their highlights from 2022.
Five years on: easyJet still flying high with Aerogility’s fleet maintenance solution

Five years on: easyJet still flying high with Aerogility’s fleet maintenance solution

Using Aerogility’s AI-based, multi-agent software, easyJet achieves higher aircraft utilisation and increased cost efficiency for maintenance.
Meet the team: Matthew Wrigley

Meet the team: Matthew Wrigley

Matt joined the Aerogility team in February 2019 as a software developer. He is now a vital member of the Rolls-Royce development team.
Aerogility appoints Simon Miles as Head of AI

Aerogility appoints Simon Miles as Head of AI

Aerogility is enhancing its team with the appointment of Simon Miles as Head of AI.
What is the difference between black box AI and model-based AI?

What is the difference between black box AI and model-based AI?

AI and machine learning have been successfully applied to a wide range of applications. While brilliant computational tools, there is a key issue which remains — the ‘black box’ of AI.
Change of chair at Aerogility

Change of chair at Aerogility

Aerogility has today announced a change of chair. Stephen Henwood CBE will remain on the Aerogility board and is handing over the role of chair to Martin Taylor, an Aerogility non-executive director.
Aerogility appoints Kenneth Merchant as a special advisor in the Americas

Aerogility appoints Kenneth Merchant as a special advisor in the Americas

Merchant will play a crucial role in Aerogility’s expansion across the US, advising on market dynamics and supporting growth opportunities.
Carbon emissions modelling and the UK’s Jet Zero proposal

Carbon emissions modelling and the UK’s Jet Zero proposal

The UK’s Department for Transport has released its Jet Zero proposal. We are encouraged that the DfT has acknowledged the role of technology in driving down carbon emissions.
Working towards aviation’s sustainability future with model-based AI

Working towards aviation’s sustainability future with model-based AI

The aviation industry is seeing positive signs of recovery as travel begins to resume around the world, but a major challenge the sector continues to face is sustainability.
Aerogility upgrades its aerospace and defence asset forecasting and planning software

Aerogility upgrades its aerospace and defence asset forecasting and planning software

Version 9 optimises high-value asset performance and drives operational efficiency to realise strategic outcomes.
How AI is helping the global economy get back on its feet

How AI is helping the global economy get back on its feet

Technology, and more specifically artificial intelligence (AI), can offer a two-fold benefit to governments and businesses as we seek to recover from the effects of COVID-19.
Aerogility appoints Martin Taylor to board of directors

Aerogility appoints Martin Taylor to board of directors

Aerogility is delighted to announce that Martin Taylor, a 40-year veteran of BAE Systems is joining its board of directors as a non-executive director.
Our 2021 forecast

Our 2021 forecast

The past 12 months defied all expectations, and not in the way that we had hoped.
Aerogility interviews Professor Nick Jennings in a new video series — AI Essentials

Aerogility interviews Professor Nick Jennings in a new video series — AI Essentials

Aerogility is delighted to announce the launch of its new AI Essentials video series.
Short-term re-entry strategy is here to stay predicts Aerogility

Short-term re-entry strategy is here to stay predicts Aerogility

Aerogility is suggesting that the short-term maintenance strategies adopted by airlines this year will need to remain part of re-entry into service plans for the foreseeable future.