Aircraft Real Time Data Monitoring
  • Author(s): R. H. N. S. Jayathissa
  • Paper ID: 1700936
  • Page: 37-41
  • Published Date: 11-02-2019
  • Published In: Iconic Research And Engineering Journals
  • Publisher: IRE Journals
  • e-ISSN: 2456-8880
  • Volume/Issue: Volume 2 Issue 8 February-2019

The tragedy and frustration surrounding the sudden disappearance and, to date, unsuccessful search for Malaysian Airlines MH370, coming just a few years after the loss of Air France AF477, highlights the fact that current systems and flight crew initiated procedures for tracking aircraft are inadequate. We live in a digital age where the movement of every object can be tracked. In majority of the aircraft accidents flight data monitoring unit, black box aided to reveal the pre status of the aircraft. Disappearance of past aircraft stories are evident that tracking the black box data is insufficient to disclose the status of aircrafts and monopolize the data resulting secret losing. The missing Malaysian aircraft leads to requirement of implementation of improved tracking, data streaming, and emergency locator technologies. Currently real time data streaming is realistic. This will of flight and it can lead to be a secret of flight crashing. This paper discusses an approach to avoid the monopoly of the black box data and real time data streaming to the ground station.


Black box, Flight Data Recorder, Cockpit Voice Recorder, Real time data monitoring, smart city concept, Database Duplication, Midair collision, Ghost flight


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R. H. N. S. Jayathissa "Aircraft Real Time Data Monitoring" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 2 Issue 8 2019 Page 37-41

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