WBAT Safety Introduces Flight Dynamics: a Flight Data Analysis System for Your FOQA Program

 WBAT Safety is proud to introduce Flight Dynamics, a new system designed to process and analyze recorded flight data to support your organization’s Flight Operational Quality Assurance (FOQA) or flight data analysis program.

Flight Dynamics assists in the improvement of safety in your organization by increasing operational awareness and maintenance effectiveness.

WBAT Safety has a deeply rooted history in the flight data analysis market, including over 15 years of experience providing custom-designed FOQA systems. Their team has advised airlines on initiation of FOQA programs as far back as 1995 and participated in the US Air Force Task Force to establish the governing document for the US Air Force MFOQA program.

Their team’s decades of experience in FOQA and flight data analysis bring an additional advantage to organizations that utilize the Flight Dynamics system by offering support during the initiation, launch, and sustainment of their FOQA or flight data analysis program.

Working with a third-party wireless data acquisition tool on the aircraft that can be fully automated, Flight Dynamics offers the following components, which an organization can use separately or in a combined system, depending upon your analytical goals:

• Post-Flight Report (PFR)

• Aggregate Data Analysis (ADA)

Post-Flight Report (PFR)

Post-Flight Report (PFR) allows an organization’s pilots to immediately receive a debrief directly to a mobile device, such as a phone or tablet, after every flight.

They are excited to enhance the debriefing process for pilots everywhere. The sky is the limit for what this product can do.

Aggregate Data Analysis

Flight Dynamics offers aggregate data analysis, which enables organizations to analyze aggregate data from all their aircraft. Reach out to a Flight Dynamics specialist to learn more about ADA.

WBAT Safety will be presenting on Flight Dynamics as a proud Gold Sponsor of the 2022 SMS Industry Forum, to be held May 25-27, 2022 at American Airlines Flagship University (FSU) in Forth Worth, TX.

Click here or visit www.wbatsafety.com/flight-dynamics to learn more about Flight Dynamics, speak with a specialist, or schedule a demo.

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DRDO conducts flight demonstration of Controlled Aerial Delivery System


Aerial Delivery Research and Development Establishment (ADRDE), Agra conducted a flight demonstration of Controlled Aerial Delivery System of 500 kg capacity (CADS-500) on December 18, 2021. ADRDE, Agra is an R&D laboratory of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the flight demonstration is part of a series of activities organised towards celebrating ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, commemorating 75 years of Independence. 


The CADS-500 is used for precise delivery of payload upto 500 kgs at predetermined location by making use of manoeuvrable capabilities of Ram Air Parachute (RAP). It uses Global Positioning System for the coordinates, altitude and heading sensors for the heading information during its flight. The CADS, with its onboard electronics unit, autonomously steers its flight path using waypoint navigation towards target location by operating controls. 


System performance was demonstrated at Drop Zone, Malpura from an altitude of 5000m. The system was para-dropped from AN32 aircraft and then steered to the predesignated landing point in autonomous mode. Eleven paratroopers of Indian Army and Indian Air Force chased the CADS-500 in air and landed simultaneously.




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New Book about Air Travel

Call Light, a new book by J.M. Frollo, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

“What is the craziest thing that’s happened to you while working on an airplane?” is, hands down, the most popular question asked of flight attendants.

Strange and entertaining scenarios are to be expected while millions of people fly through the sky or sit around waiting in airports each day, but the stories in Call Light bring to mind a couple of burning questions: What in the world happens to people when they pass through the sliding glass doors of an airport, and what is it about air travel that inhibits common sense, common courtesies, and basic problem-solving skills? We may never know why some passengers behave so outlandishly, but when they do, it’s only natural to laugh.

From Mr. Fabulous’ awkward advances to Mr. Gray’s lavatory misadventures to the secondhand sandwich fiasco for The Couple in Row Five, Call Light is full of lighthearted and playful tales of life aboard an airliner. Told with wit and humility, these stories from an observant flight attendant feature a variety of lively personalities in colorful scenarios that share a positive message for any traveler: Be on the lookout for humor, and always choose kindness.

About the Author
J.M. Frollo is a flight attendant for a major US airline. Before beginning his airline career, he commuted by plane frequently as a mathematics education consultant, when he got his first taste of life in the air. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, he now resides in Boston, MA, where he continues his love for traveling the world and documenting his humorous interactions with passengers and colleagues.

Call Light is a 340-page paperback with a retail price of $22.00 (eBook $17.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6495-7034-5 It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at http://dorrancepressroom.com or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at http://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/call-light/