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The Next Big Thing in Aviation’s Decarbonization Journey

We’re teaming up to tackle emissions reduction challenges in aviation.

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We see fuel savings in your future

GE Digital, Teradata, and Microsoft are teaming up to put the combined power of their software and expertise behind decarbonization challenges in aviation. The new solution is designed to empower users with the tools they need to record, report, and reduce emissions – today.


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Three software giants – tackling decarbonization challenges in aviation

GE Digital


GE Digital  provides  high fidelity  flight data and fuel  efficiency  analytics designed to help users identify specific  opportunities  to reduce  fuel and emissions.





Teradata Vantage multi-cloud data and analytics platform via Flight Data Link™, a solution developed with GE Digital, allows for the integration of additional operational and financial data sources via the airline industry’s data model, as well as powerful analytics to understand root cause of non-adherence to fuel saving opportunities.




Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability enables reporting across aircraft operation stakeholders through its common data model and  streamlined data capture via Microsoft Sustainability Manager and a broad array of calculation services.


Record, report, and reduce emissions

Aviation analytics to help decarbonization goals | GE Digital


  • Break down silos with an integrated data model using actual data, not estimates
  • Access a Sustainability Dashboard for accurate measurement of emissions and savings for Scope 1, 2, and 3 reporting
  • Utilize self-service analytics
  • Leverage predictive, prescriptive, and actionable recommendations to make changes within your operation that reduce emissions and influence across the value chain
  • Explore root cause of non-adherence to fuel savings opportunities
  • Close the feedback loop with front-line personas outside the direct sphere of influence of the fuel team

Carbon emissions reductions are more achievable than you think