An industry standards-setting group plans to start drafting system-level requirements for cockpit video recorders in 1997, and expects to complete its work in 1998-99. Regulations mandating their use may follow, if differences of opinion over privacy issues can be resolved. Cockpit video recorders (CVDRs) are expected to be of considerable use for accident investigation and safety training. James R. Cash, the National Transportation Safety Board senior cockpit voice recorder ...
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