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IHS Goldfire: Aerospace & Defense

Preserve corporate knowledge and accelerate problem-solving

Need to overcome corporate knowledge loss due to aging workforce? Need a system to capture original design intent?

IHS Goldfire provides an online source for retrieving relevant knowledge and expertise for the aerospace and defense industry. Use this decision engine platform to leverage corporate know-how, tap external knowledge and better understand technology, market and competitive trends. Your teams will collaborate easily and share actionable intelligence. With IHS Goldfire you can:

  • Drive long-term revenue with superior design
  • Capture aging workforce knowledge
  • Achieve fast failure scenarios and first-time fix
  • Minimize risk and reduce costs

Testimonials

“It’s a huge benefit...the bottom-line is, people are using the tool [IHS Goldfire] for idea generation and that’s a testimony that people are benefiting from it.”
Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

“One of the major benefits of the software is that it tries to make engineers think in a more innovative way. It makes you think creatively rather than just solving problems."
GKN Aerospace

“Tools like [IHS] Goldfire have dramatically improved our efficiency and effectiveness…[IHS] Goldfire has allowed us to make great strides in rapidly developing new technology.”
Goodrich Sensors and Integrated Systems

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