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Lockheed Martin evaluating Aerogility for F-35 fleet

14 Jun 2012

Atlanta, GA.

Aerogility Inc announced today that Lockheed Martin Aeronautics have procured additional licenses to evaluate the Aerogility fleet planning system for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter fleet.

The evaluation process is assessing potential changes and enhancements to the fleet planning system, successfully deployed to the F-22 Raptor fleet, to meet the requirements of F-35 sustainment. The initiative includes a ‘knowledge transfer’ training course to enable Lockheed Martin software developers to develop intelligent agents and future enhancements to their sustainment model.