Challenges of Digitalisation in the Aerospace and Aviation Sectors

| March 15, 2018

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Building on the challenges highlighted in Report 2.1, this report describes digital transformation in aerospace and aviation and identifies some challenges that are likely to have parallels with the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) sector.

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