Sikorsky Intelligence

Sikorsky Intelligence

Intelligence technologies are changing the
way we fly and maintain helicopters

By coupling intelligent systems with the health and usage operations that govern them, we are improving the aircraft safety, economics, and mission effectiveness. We define intelligence as the full usage of advanced analytics and sensors, increased availability and reduced operational costs. Intelligence directly supports our Innovations department as a technology pillar. Combined with both Speed and Autonomy, our two other technology pillars, Intelligence enables us to continuously deliver cutting-edge products.

Optimize Performance

Optimize Performance

Increase Availability

Increase Availability

Reduce Operational Costs

Reduce Operational Costs

Intelligence helps our helicopters to work, every time, with minimal maintenance.

We are striving to become more predictable, adaptable and available, to eliminate surprises for both our customers and ourselves. Further benefits include reduced maintenance, enhanced safety, decreased removal rates, faster turnaround times, increased comfort, fewer operating costs, more availability and lessened pilot workload. Our advanced analytics help us to transform data into insight and rapidly make better decisions.

Our vision is to significantly increase technological value by developing differentiating technology to enable full-life component usage, tailored fleet support plans, sense and respond logistics, eliminate unscheduled maintenance and eliminate vibration.


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Matt Tarascio

Matt Tarascio

Topics: Intelligent Technologies, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

Matt Tarascio is Sikorsky’s subject-matter expert regarding the company’s Intelligent technologies. Matt Tarascio currently serves as the Director of Data Analytics (DA), Prognostic Health Management (PHM) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), for Lockheed Martin’s Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) branch. In his role, Tarascio develops the talent, technologies and strategies required for RMS to successfully leverage DA, PHM and AI, to deliver tangible, differentiated and meaningful solutions; significantly enhancing the sustainment of complex systems and enabling future hyper-battlespace capabilities.

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