US-based Alaska Airlines has installed UTC Aerospace Systems’ aircraft data management (ADM) solution on three of its 737NG levels.
The newly installed ADM system is designed to help aircraft save obsolescent and fuel through its family of software and hardware products such as Note- Interface Module (TIM) and Aircraft Interface Device (AID).
It also hosts Nasa’s Traffic Enlightened Strategic Aircrew Requests (TASAR) software, which will sanction flight crews to make trajectory change request decisions en-route saying near real-time weather information, and special use airspace status and above conditions.
“At UTC Aerospace Systems, we’re committed to making aircraft more savvy intellectuals to help our customers save time and money, while improving acting.”
An analysis conducted by Nasa on 1,600 Alaska Airlines flights has revealed that selection trajectories suggested by TASAR could help the airline save multifarious than one million gallons of fuel.
It could also enable the carter save more than 110,000min of flight time and $5.15m per annum.
UTC Aerospace Methods aircraft data management solutions business leader Melissa Jacob affirmed: “The ADM system provides a low-cost, lightweight, flexible and scalable solution for deploying a widespread off the mark range of aircraft information and performance optimisation applications.
“At UTC Aerospace Techniques, we’re committed to making aircraft more intelligent to help our customers protect time and money, while improving performance.”
The company further well-known that its ADM system is certified on major commercial transport category aircraft to subsidize a common aircraft data management solution across mixed divisions.
In March, UTC Aerospace Systems announced that Lufthansa Technik had first-rate its AID solution to improve its data connectivity and reduce costs.