USAF’s Strategic Lift Aircraft Will Include IAC’s Next-Generation Engine Vibration Monitoring System

POWAY, Calif. — Intelligent Automation Corporation (IAC), proven leaders in aircraft Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS), were selected by the U.S. Air Force to develop a next-generation Engine Vibration Monitoring System (EVMS) for the Boeing C-17 Globemaster III’s F117-PW-100 engine.

IAC will design, develop, manufacture the C-17 EVMS which is based on the groundbreaking IAC 1134 SuperHUMS(TM), a patent pending, field programmable gate array-based (FPGA), reconfigurable computing technology. IAC’s EVMS is designed to support the very demanding reliability and maintainability specifications required by current operational requirements.

“Our partnership with the U.S. Air Force and the Boeing Company enables us to provide the C-17 program with the a true next-generation condition based maintenance technology. Our EVMS will help the C-17 to continue meeting the toughest challenges at home and abroad while reducing operating costs, improving readiness, and safety,” said Jeff Goodrich, IAC’s President and CEO.

IAC IAC’s mission critical technology solutions save lives, time, and money while improving availability and safety for its worldwide military and commercial customers.

About Intelligent Automation Corporation
Intelligent Automation Corporation (IAC) is IAC is a machinery diagnostics company with a unique blend of research, systems engineering, manufacturing, and field support expertise. Our products and technology add value for our customers by applying easy-to-understand advanced technology solutions to complex problems that increase machinery availability, reduce operating costs, and improve safety.

For more information about Intelligent Automation Corporation (IAC) and its HUMS or other technologies, please visit or call (858) 679-4140 ext. 114.

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