Safran to use Predictive Maintenance

Above: Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter prototype of the Israel Air Force (IAF). Credit: announced an inaugural purchase order from France-based Safran Aircraft Engines for its AI-based Predictive Maintenance (PdM) and Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) solutions. As part of the order, will also supply its cutting-edge micro cameras to support Safran’s experimentation, planning and development of jet engines for the aviation industry. “This order signifies our entry into the realm of experimental design and development of aviation engines,” said’s CEO, Yehu Ofer. is in a process of strenthening its position in the defense and aviation industries.  In February 2024, it announced a strategic collaboration with the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) to deploy its PdM system in the Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter prototype of the Israel Air Force (IAF). There are approximately 2,700 Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters deployed worldwide.

In March 2024, announced the receipt of a purchase order exceeding $1 million from a major international defense contractor for the Company’s visual sensing and AI analytics solution, to be installed in upgraded Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) SH-60 Seahawk Maritime Rotary Wing Aircraft of the Israel Air Force. More than 4,000 UH-60 Black Hawk aircraft, and its variants such as the SH- 60 Seahawk, are currently in service worldwide. The addressable market for the Company’s rotary wing aircraft system is more than a $1bn.