Data management

June 18, 2013 - 7:05am

According to Teledyne Controls, its new enhanced Airborne Data Loader technology is “dramatically reducing” operating costs of Boeing 737NGs flown by low cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle. Savings of up to $11,700 per month for the fleet of 42 aircraft are being realized, simply because of the time saved by engineers loading navigational data into avionics databases.

November 6, 2012 - 2:20pm

Veteran aviation public relations and marketing executives Dave Franson, Cassandra Bosco, Bob Searles and Steve Lowe have launched Conventional Wisdom to help aviation trade show exhibitors get the most from their convention experience. The team has created a program that will address choosing which shows to attend; design and construction of displays; dealing with the media, customers and the competition; follow-up, on-call assistance; and ongoing services tailored to a client’s specific needs.

March 2, 2012 - 3:32am

Hewlett-Packard signed up for the Gray Stone Advisors aviation performance dashboard two years ago, according to Rich Walsh, HP’s director of global resiliency and aviation. Walsh is a Gulfstream V captain and flies 150 to 200 hours a year. “I’m a liaison with corporate and I have accountability for the spending in this department, the variances and process improvements,” he said.

October 26, 2011 - 12:39pm

The FAA delivered some good news in a proposed rule change that will free operators from the burden of needing mechanics to update onboard navigation databases. Under the current rules, nav data updating is classified as preventive maintenance. While pilots operating under Part 91 are permitted to update nav databases (and perform any kind of preventive maintenance), the FAA does not allow Part 135 pilots the same latitude.

January 27, 2010 - 10:40am

Forecast International, known for development of the 10-year unit and value production forecast for aerospace, defense, electronics and power systems industries, is unveiling its new Platinum Forecast System here at the Singapore Airshow.

October 4, 2007 - 7:58am

People become packrats because they believe it never fails that they will need something the day after they’ve discarded it. Then one day they look at the bulging file cabinets and closets and decide to purge everything. Unfortunately, neither extreme is a good idea.

March 30, 2007 - 1:04pm

Horizon announced last month that Total-FBO version 4, built on the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 database engine, has received Microsoft’s “Verified for Windows Server 2003” certification. Version 4 of the popular FBO business software changes the database engine, but also involves a rewrite to optimize SQL’s performance capabilities. According to the company, reports that used to take minutes now run in seconds.

 
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