Internet of things (IoT) and 3D printing technologies have progressed a great deal in recent times. These new developments and their applications in various industries are undeniable. In the aviation industry, a number of different parts used in planes are manufactured by 3D printing and sensing data on flights is collected using IoT technology. Another recent development in the area is the launch of various new platforms that improve the operation and efficiency of existing IoT applications.
However, existing IoT platforms mainly target to visualize "things" statuses by batch processing of collected sensing data, and 3 factors of real-time, automatic orders of repair parts and parts stock cost are insufficient to accelerate businesses.