The FAA continues development of the Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing program, a symbol of the agency’s move to a data-driven, prognostic method of accident prevention in the next decade. “It’s [ASIAS] the cutting edge of safety analysis, and I would submit that it is the new frontier of safety,” notes Jay Pardee, FAA director of the Office of Accident Investigation and Prevention, at a June 14 roundtable at FAA Washington headquarters. ASIAS, which the FAA launched ...

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