The aviation industry is constantly striving to improve the way it works. To this end, it has begun using artificial intelligence (AI). Though the aviation industry is still in the early stage of AI adoption, some progress has already been made, as some leading carriers, training centers and aircraft manufacturers have started to invest in AI.
One of the main spheres where the aviation sector is constantly trying to improve is pilot training. It’s not a surprise to anybody that teaching a future pilot is a long and intensive process, with ground school and certification tests. According to industry experts, AI is going to improve the pilot training process.
The aviation business, particularly the commercial aviation division, is continually endeavoring to improve both the manner in which it works and its consumer loyalty. Keeping that in mind, it has started utilizing artificial intelligence in order to predict future trends and booking of ticket of particular cities and countries, to better arrange flight on particular route to maximize profit. In spite of the fact that AI in the aviation business is still in the beginning stage, some advancement has been made as of now as certain leading carriers put resources into AI. To begin with, certain use cases are being actualized, for example, facial recognition, baggage check-in, client inquiries and replies, airship fuel enhancement and factory tasks improvement. Be that as it may, AI can conceivably go a long way past the present use cases.