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    Talking Point

    The ICAO and the European Commission have hailed a draft deal to contain aviation emissions, but there is little evidence that a new CO2 standard will affect business as usual.

    The CO2 Standard will apply to almost all new aircraft models launched after 2020 and will be phased in for existing type certificates manufactured from 2023.

    Depending on an aircraft’s size and weight, it defines a maximum fuel burn per flight kilometre during cruise.

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    15/01/2016 - 17:39
    Internet of Aircraft Things: an industry set to be transformed

    Last year we saw the next generation of aircraft powered by the capabilities of Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data hit scales that have never seen before. What does the future hold? Bhoopathi Rapolu, head of analytics EMEA at engineering firm Cyient ponders its impact.

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