Boeing has opened a new facility to support government-industry collaboration towards aircraft performance and readiness. The company said Friday that its Boeing Readiness Operations Center will serve as an environment where defense customers can work together to analyze fleet data and identify operational opportunities.
“The Boeing Readiness Operations Center allows Boeing to explore data alongside our customers and uncover challenges and opportunities,” said Torbjorn Sjogren, vice president of international government and defense at Boeing.
This facility has digital applications and data analysis tools to help customers achieve readiness goals. BROC supports a variety of military aircraft systems, such as AH-64 attack helicopters, CH-47 heavy-lift helicopters and F/A-18 combat jets. The center will also cater to some non-Boeing aircraft.