Special INSIGHT Report: The Black Box - changing data recording with L3Harris

In recent years the 'black box': Flight data recorder (FDR) and Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) has come under scrutiny in a number of high-profile aircraft crashes - or disappearances.

Questions have been asked - has technology kept up with changing profile of airline routes and range profiles? Is there now so much data being picked up by sensors and downloaded to the airlines or their maintenance partners? Is there analysis paralysis? And shouldn’t we be sharing data more?

Technology company L3Harris – the combined business of L3 Technologies and the Harris Corporation - have been in the aviation technology market for more than six decades.
 
The company’s civil arm ranges from pilot training through to leading avionics solution.
 
Among these are those flight recorders.
 
Alan Peaford talks to L3Harris’s senior sales director avionics Stephane Chartier and Everett Brady, general manager (pictured above) for flight data services.
 
They talk about the company’s new SRVIVR25 series of recorders introduced to meet the 25-hour global mandate.  Now combined with the in-house flight data services group the guests explain how the move enables  operators to leverage the larger data sets now available to identify safety, maintenance, training and fuel saving opportunities quickly and economically.
 
 
 
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