Lockheed Martin implements Aerogility for the F-22 Raptor fleet
Aerogility Inc announced today the implementation of an Aerogility decision-support solution for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Global Sustainment operation in support of the strategic F-22 Raptor fleet.
Aerogility has delivered an innovative fleet planning system to the F-22 Mods & Heavy Maintenance (M&HM) team. The solution is centered on an Aerogility multi-agent model of the Lockheed Martin Sustainment Operation driving what-if? simulations for complex fleet planning. Using Aerogility, the M&HM team can quickly and easily construct schedules for maintenance and modification programs, handling multiple prioritized goals and constraints. This is a key capability for Lockheed Martin achieving F-22 fleet readiness targets for the USAF, and minimizing the time and costs of aircraft in maintenance. The results of the what-if? simulations will be used to make recommendations to the USAF with regards to modification planning and schedule.
Jim Stanfield, President, Aerogility Inc, said, “Lockheed Martin is one of the most technologically advanced companies in the world and the F-22 Raptor is the most advanced aircraft in service. We are delighted that Aerogility is making an important contribution to Global Sustainment’s enterprise capabilities and we look forward to working with them on future programs.”
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