Less than a decade ago, the idea of flight data monitoring and tracking was feasible only for the top tier of the aviation industry.
Due to their high costs, advanced technology systems such as Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) are typically reserved for airliners and commercial air transport.
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Workaround communication systems were the go-to for aviation operators for decades. Along with cell phone towers for communication, aircraft tracking was basic – usually a dot on a map.
With satellites, aviation operators have access to robust real-time data. Access to rich data has changed the way aviation pilots and operators can track their fleet...
“Everyone’s involved,” Mark explains, “The pilots, the counters, the scientists. It’s one of the most rewarding things you can do.” Read on...
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