We evaluate flight data for safety assessments, incident and accident investigation, as well as safety and performance monitoring.
The first step is always data preparation and preprocessing. This entails data fusion from the various surveillance and acquisition systems (either on-board or ground-based) and augmentation with flight plan and weather data. As part of this, data needs to be synchronized in time and space (coordinate conversion & bias elimination). GfL has a strong background in reconstructing series of flight-related events and aircraft motion over time, utilizing on-board flight data, ground-based surveillance data as well as flight simulator data.
Depending on the type of consideration and objectives, we will then define representative performance measures and quantify those using the prepared flight data. Typical considerations are:
The performance measures are evaluated using industry-standard statistical methods, and scientific standards (e.g. discussion of measurement errors as well as process uncertainties) will be applied when we draw our conclusion.
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|Study "Flight History Data as a Basis for Aircraft Noise Calculations" completed and published on behalf of the Federal Environment Agency|
|Flight data analysis within Horizon 2020 project "Vulnerability of Manned Aircraft to Drone Strikes"|
|Implementation of a compliance check of organ transport flights|
|Completion of comprehensive flight path data analysis to evaluate drone collisions|
|Next milestone reached in UBA research project "Flight progress data as a basis for aircraft noise calculations"|