Measuring Aircraft Height
Dave Jesse on November 7, 2012

So you’d like to know how high an aircraft flies. After all, this must be the most basic measurement we can have. In this blog we’ll look at how aircraft measure height, and then see where problems arise.

Open Source
Admin FDS on November 1, 2012

Let me tell you a story. Once upon a time I was sitting in a meeting in Washington at the offices of the Flight Safety Foundation (FSF). Around the table were the main suppliers of flight data analysis

Dave Jesse on October 24, 2012

Before our slight air crash deviation in the last post, we were talking about what exactly Flight Data Software does. Today, we’re going to have a chat about how FDS’s particular Flight Data Software was

The Plane Crash
Dave Jesse on October 17, 2012

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in a plane crash? It’s a morbid and frightening thought – but one that we can’t help considering at times. On Thursday 11 October, Channel 4 in the UK

Understanding flight data
Dave Jesse on October 12, 2012

Why does flight data use 12-bit format? Last time you were here, we chatted about The Black Box, what it is and where it came from. Now it’s time to look at how it has developed. When the interface

The Black Box
Dave Jesse on October 3, 2012

We’ve all heard of the Black Box on board aircrafts, and that is our bread and butter. This is where all the flight data is recorded. So how did the Black Box come about A little-known Australian has

Start of the Adventure
Dave Jesse on September 26, 2012

If you’re reading this, you’re joining us in Flight Data Services first ever blog post. Every adventure has to start somewhere, and here we are! A sailor can check the sails, pack the food and prepare

Flight Data Community is launched
Admin FDS on March 9, 2012

Today we have launched the Flight Data Community website in readiness for some exciting Open Source and Freeware software releases that we will be making in the coming weeks.

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