Achieve the most advanced insight into engine health possible – with an EMU
Installed in the aircraft electronic bay, or more recently on an engine, engine monitoring systems (also referred to as engine health monitoring systems or engine condition monitoring systems) are ideal for:
optimising the maintenance and performance of engines
increasing engine efficiency and time on the wing
reducing noise in the cabin.
The core of an engine monitoring system is the engine monitoring unit (EMU). This provides the flight crew and maintenance staff with the most advanced insight into engine health ever achieved. It fulfills all the traditional vibration monitoring tasks, while acquiring additional data to support health management. The result is increased engine availability and reliability – and reduced maintenance costs.