FLIGHT DEPARTMENT BALANCE & “MANAGEMENT BY EXCEPTION”

Flight Department managers and staff members frequently discuss the difficulty in achieving “Balance” in their operations – whether that is consistent utilization of aircraft between maintenance intervals, or the ability to load-balance staff and keep assignments “fair” – while managing a demanding schedule of needs. Today’s operators are seeking solutions that allow for a “management by exception” approach that can reduce the managerial-load and enable managers to spend their time more effectively in areas where it will have the most impact.
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5 Reasons It’s Time to Invest in Drones on the Farm

DroneDeploy

Growers have always had high expectations for drones. But the early drone days left a lot to be desired from hardware and software alike. Now it’s 2018, and the era of high price tags and low usability are over. Today’s drones and software—powered by cloud computing and advanced analytics—bring real value to the farm.Thousands of DroneDeploy customers now create ag-focused drone maps and models on a regular basis. In just under five years, drones have gone from a toy for hobbyists to an essential tool in any ag professional’s toolbox.
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Gaining insight into aircraft aeroacoustics through efficient wind tunnel testing

Siemens

When designing a new aircraft configuration, predicting the aerodynamic and aeroacoustic performance early in the program is important. Numerical procedures such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can help addressing this challenge. However, wind tunnel testing is necessary to validate these predictions for single aircraft components as well as the overall configuration. Testing the aircraft configuration on a scaled model can bring additional engineering insights long before the aircraft can actually fly.
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Redefining Airline Operations

IBS

Digital transformation has become a buzzword in the aviation industry, as leading airlines strategize to advance in a hyper-competitive environment. And, airline operations is a key area that airlines are focusing on, in their transformation journey.
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A Step Forward Or Back In Aviation’s Efforts To Tackle Climate Change?

The airline industry, represented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), has set itself a target of reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050, in line with the Paris agreement. But now it is time for ICAO member states to agree on a long-term aspirational goals, giving the industry planning certainty, among others for investment decisions. This webinar sets the scene for what to expect of the two-week event.
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