|Teledyne in the News
Thales and Teledyne Controls jointly market solutions
EVA International, Date Posted: January 6, 2011
Teledyne Controls has announced that Thales Avionics, SA has signed a reseller agreement, whereby Thales will provide Teledyne’s Wireless GroundLink Quick Access Recorder (WQAR) to existing EQAR (Extended storage Quick Access Recorder) customers. This agreement is the first initiative bet.
Five years of operational efficiency with wireless flight data monitoring
EVA International, Date Posted: December 7, 2010
Teledyne Controls is pleased to celebrate with Interjet their five years of operations. The Mexican low-cost airline, which started operations in December 2005, was the first Latin American carrier to implement a robust and automated Flight Operations Quality Assurance (FOQA) programme, leading
Teledyne Controls receives FAA certification for their eADL and AirLAN system on Continental Airlines' Boeing 737-NG aircraft
Military & Aerospace Electronics, November 19, 2010
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., 19 Nov. 2010. Teledyne Controls received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Supplemental Type Certification (STC) for their enhanced Airborne Data Loader (eADL) and fourth generation wireless communication system AirLAN on Continental Airlines' Boeing 737-NG Aircraft.
Air China lauds real-time health monitoring with 40 737s fitted
Air Transport Intelligence news, November 17, 2010
Boeing's airplane health management (AHM) system is now active on 40 Air China Boeing 737NGs and critical information is being transmitted to the ground in real-time via ACARS, the airframer revealed today.
Teledyne Controls DFDAU becomes a key part of Boeing’s Health Management Solution
EVA International, Date Posted: October 22, 2010
Teledyne Controls has announced that they have reached an agreement with Boeing to supply Teledyne’s Digital Flight Data Acquisition Unit (DFDAU) as a key component in Boeing’s Airplane Health Management (AHM) system for the Next Generation 737 aircraft. Teledyne’s DFDAU, which comb.
Electronic flight bags: must-have bags
Flight International, October 19, 2010
Earlier this year, Cathay Pacific demonstrated live credit-card authorisation via satellite, using an electronic flight bag semi-permanently installed at a cabin crew station as part of the communications chain.
Flight data interface management unit from Teledyne Controls selected by Uzbekistan Airways
Military & Aerospace Electronics, September 30, 2010
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., 30 Sept. 2010. Teledyne Controls, a business unit of Teledyne Technologies Inc. (NYSE: TDY), announced that Uzbekistan Airways selected Teledyne's flight data interface management unit (FDIMU) for installation on their new Airbus A320 aircraft. Uzbekistan Airways will use Teledyne's FDIMU to perform flight data acquisition, aircraft condition monitoring, and data recording to reinforce their FDM (flight data monitoring) program.
Wireless recorder from Teledyne Controls chosen by Lion Air for data retrieval and analysis
Military & Aerospace Electronics, July 26, 2010
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., 26 July 2010. Lion Air in Jakarta, Indoesia selected the Wireless GroundLink Quick Access Recorder (WQAR) from Teledyne Controls in El Segundo, Calif., to retrofit their 60 Boeing 737-900ER aircraft. The Indonesian airline also selected the AirFASE software, a flight data monitoring (FDM) tool jointly developed by Teledyne and Airbus to assist operators with their flight operations, safety management, and aircraft maintenance programs.
AVIONICS: Electronic flight bag software from Teledyne Controls chosen for Freebird Airlines Airbus jetliners
Military & Aerospace Electronics, June 1, 2010
Officials of Freebird Airlines in Istanbul, Turkey, needed software applications to run on the electronic flight bag (EFB) hardware installed in the charter carrier's fleet of Airbus A320/A321 jetliners. They found their solution from Teledyne Controls in El Segundo, Calif.
For their electronic flight bag software, Freebird chose Teledyne's Flight Manager, which provides an integrated operating system for the software suite; Document Viewer, Performance Tool; Weight & Balance; Forms Viewer; and the ground-based LRU Configuration Manager (LCM), which helps with bi-directional electronic data transfer between airborne EFBs and ground systems to access and manage important documents on the flight deck.
Aircraft health-monitoring avionics for Navy E-6B TACAMO to be provided by Teledyne Controls
Military & Aerospace Electronics, December 8, 2009
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., 8 Dec. 2009. Avionics designers at L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace in Madison, Miss., needed flight data acquisition technology for the U.S. Navy E-6B TACAMO strategic communications airborne command post. They found their solution from Teledyne Controls in El Segundo, Calif.
Teledyne Controls’ Published Technical Reports
Field Loadable Software
Aviation Today, November 1, 2010
The right system can manage software updates on numerous aircraft, for numerous systems, cutting costs and improving operational efficiency…
The Connected Aircraft
Aviation Today, July 31, 2008
Aircraft electronics, like the electronics at home or in the office, are becoming increasingly interconnected. In the aviation world, innovative wireless communications systems are prompting an evolution in operators’ data management opportunities. These…
Evolution of Airborne Data Loaders
Aviation Today, October 16, 2006
When the computer technology revolution arrived at aviation’s door, it brought with it software to drive microprocessors in the new avionics systems. Thanks to the rapid pace of technology and the need to maintain currency…