Singapore’s Defence Science and Know-how Company (DSTA) and Boeing signed undertaking agreements that create an information change infrastructure to allow collaborative information evaluation for the Republic of Singapore Air Drive’s F-15SG fighter plane. The information change pipeline will retailer and facilitate the evaluation of provide chain information for the F-15SG plane fleet, to develop predictive upkeep actions that can improve the operational readiness of the Republic of Singapore Air Drive.

“We’re grateful to proceed our partnership with DSTA to make use of the ability of digital instruments to cut back sustainment prices and improve plane readiness. Information analytics are only one a part of our rising digital ecosystem of modern companies,” mentioned Ted Colbert, President, and Chief Govt Officer, Boeing World Providers.


Defence Science and Know-how Company (DSTA) is a statutory board beneath the Ministry of Defence of the Authorities of Singapore. DSTA is answerable for performing acquisitions administration, methods administration, methods growth for the Singapore Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) and the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). DSTA was shaped as a statutory board on 15 March 2000 by combining the Defence Know-how Group from MINDEF with two different organizations, the Techniques and Pc Organisation (SCO) and the Defence Medical Analysis Institute (DMRI) from the Defence Administration Group.

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DSTA Chief Govt Mr Mervyn Tan (standing, proper) and Boeing World Providers’ President and Chief Govt Officer, Mr Ted Colbert (standing, left) witnessed the settlement signing by DSTA Director Air Techniques Mr Ang Jer Meng (seated, proper) and Boeing Worldwide Authorities Providers’ Managing Director, Mr Thomas Breckenridge, (seated, left) on 15 February 2022 on the Singapore Airshow.