The ALERTS (Aircraft Logging and Event Recording for Training and Safety) system is our award-winning and affordable turnkey FDM program. The video below explains how the system captures image, audio, and inertial data to support a proactive flight data monitoring program.
The safety team at Airbus Helicopters uses this video in its Training Center’s pilot and maintenance classes. They also share it at the NTSB’s Training Academy, the FAA’s Transportation Safety Institute, and other safety symposiums around the country.
How does ALERTS work?
- 1. Install the recorder – The Vision 1000 is utilized to record flight data and can be installed on both rotor wing and fixed wing aircraft.
- 2. Capture flight data – Information (flight data, imaging and audio) is automatically recorded to a removable SD card as well as to internal crash hardened memory.
- 3. Analyze the information – Flight data is uploaded for automated analysis to identify operational risk and safety challenges; allowing you to recognize a potentially hazardous situation before it leads to an incident.
- 4. Generate powerful reports – ALERTS reporting will identify undesirable trends and the results from steps taken to mitigate risk. Feed this information back into safety and training programs.
For more information
Download our Flight Data Monitoring brochure as a PDF.
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