Technology & Digital Innovation

Technology & Digital Innovation

Avio Aero is on Predix

The first apps developed in our factories come to life on GE’s digital industrial platform

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Once Upon A Flight

How much technology is contained in 1.049 m x 0.534 m x 0.638 m? So much! All the tech of an AR.318 engine!

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Tools within reach of... a badge

In Rivalta, the Integrator project simplifies the search and request for tools, with significant economic benefits.

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EHS, between success and new challenges

Ever more watchful of safety and health in our workplaceo.

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Leading Marine & Industrial

The new leader of the European center of excellence for the LM class: an interview with about magazine.

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About me

L’appuntamento trimestrale con aggiornamenti, informazioni e novità per la tua vita in azienda.

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The road to a Brilliant Factory

Pomigliano is the second site in all of GE Aviation to implement the Visual Management Tool.

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Partnership gets off to a great start

The ongoing collaboration between Avio Aero Helicopters and Airbus on the new H160 has yielded the first significant results.

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Rising to the challenge

The 1000th GEnx casing made in Brindisi is a record, a sign of the Plant's success and a living example of how factories can improve every day

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The Security Month

The head of Global Security at GE Aviation visited all of the Italian Avio Aero plants and explained his mission to us.

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Visiting the future

During the third edition of the project “Studiare l’impresa, l’impresa di studiare” in Pomigliano, our magazine covered an outstanding educational initiative involving a visit to our factory by high school students attending a local technical institute.

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We will paint right up to the sky

The experiment of Avio Aero's volunteers in Rivalta di Torino, with the famous Chilean mural painter Eduardo “Mono” Carrasco, with whom they decorated a wall in Tetti Francesi