Friday, 23 July 2010

Major Aviation Industry Publication Covers AeroMechanical

AeroMechanical Services Ltd. (TSX:V-AMA)
Basic Shares: 103.6 million
Fully Diluted: 115.4 million


It doesn’t get much better than this.

In one week, AeroMechanical Services (AMA) has been in a host of main-stream, international media.

Stories also appeared in the influential industry publication, Aviation Week, and today AMA was featured in the aviation industry’s premier daily publication, SpeedNews.

And all because of AeroMechanical’s breakthrough of being able to stream back to earth the critical data flowing into an aircraft’s black box when an in-flight problem develops using patented technology owned by AMA.

Iridium, which has the largest constellation of satellites around the world that gives the only seamless global communications coverage available today, ran a test of AeroMechanical's breakthrough.
The tests were run on Airbus and Boeing airframes and released at the annual Farnborough International Air Show.

In addition to being able to provide the data about why an aircraft crashed when that plane's black box can't be found, Iridium concluded this breakthrough opened up the possibility for airlines to quickly examine that data in an effort to help save a troubled aircraft and provide ground crews with data to repair the aircraft when it lands.