QARs Evolve As Airlines Demand Quick Data Retrieval

GE Aviation’s Aircraft Health Management Unit and Smart Data Management Unit provide bidirectional communications, capture fault information and give maintainers, in effect, a “single pane of glass” interface with the aircraft.
Credit: GE Aviation
As new-generation aircraft become more digital and data-rich, quick access recorders (QAR) have become increasingly essential for determining system performance and maintenance trends. A QAR is an onboard airline-configurable data recorder that captures full flight data from multiple systems and...

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