Wednesday, 21 July 2010

AMA's Black Box Innovation Hits Press When Black Box Inventor Dies

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The Australian inventor of the aircraft black box died the same week AMA's technological breakthrough of turning black boxes live won recognition in Aviation Week.

Black box inventor Dr. David Warren died in Australia at age 85.

Ironically, Dr. Warren had to push hard to get a skeptical and slow-moving industry to adopt an invention that has contributed enormously to aircraft safety.

AMA has faced the same challenges.

To read about Dr. Warren's life and challenges, please click here.

Today, Aviation Week published a story about Iridium featuring how AMA can stream data going into a black box back to earth.

Iridium is showing this to the international aviation industry at the Farnborough Air Show.

Please click here to read about the story headlined: Flight Data Recorders Could Go Online