Cobham Looks To Warn Pilots With New Breathing Sensor

Credit: USAF
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—Cobham is moving forward with a new method of monitoring aircrew breathing, with the goal of developing a system that could warn pilots of dangerously high or low oxygen levels during flight. Cobham’ Aircrew Mounted Physiological Sensing System (AMPSS) is a unique sensor...

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