Aircraft tracking has faced many industry challenges since the last decade. Over the last years, safety procedures have been put in place to ensure aviation safety.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and ICAO are now working together on simulations to make sure that this tracking standard can be adapted to real-world scenarios. ICAO and NATA are also thinking of applying this in distress tracking standard to be rolled out in January 2021.
The report covers the following:
- Towards a global aircraft tracking
- Developments in surveillance technologies
- SAR efforts globally
- Use of operation excellence
Download the full report for free here.
Recent aviation tragedies have highlighted vulnerabilities in the current standards, which have hampered timely identification and localisation of aircraft in distress and the site of the accident, including the access and recovery of flight data. Learn more here.
Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free presentation by Adrian Burrows, Senior Inspector of Air Accidents (Flight Recorders) at the Air Accidents Investigation Branch in the UK on the topic of: "The need for information – Sooner rather than later".
The presentation covers the following:
- The accident investigation process
- Sources of flight data and where it is recorded
- How does tracking help
- How much information
Download the full presentation for free here