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TATV INSIGHT: L3Harris – driving the data that fuels tomorrow’s aviation

Posted 27 September 2021 · Add Comment

Data is clearly the fuel that will drive the future of aviation and L3Harris is at the heart of the technological development that supports this move.

In commercial aviation it provides a 360 degree approach to supporting pilots and operators and manufacturers, with a full suite of capabilities that ranges from a next-generation line of 25-hour cockpit voice and data recorders to fully integrated data analytics solutions downloading data from the aircraft in live operations or simulators to improve knowledge, efficiencies and performance.

 
But how does L3Harris do this?
 
Alan Peaford talks to Robin Glover-Faure, vice president sales and marketing at L3Harris Commercial Aviation Solutions,  about the latest technology, the company’s resilience and its strategy for the future.
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