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                    [post_content] => If you're looking to catch up on any big news you might have missed in August, we have you covered. Here are Avionics' 10 most popular stories from a month that saw second-quarter financials come out, merger information and a lot of movement in the unmanned space.

 

10. BVLOS Commercial Drone Flights Launch at Grand Sky

[caption id="attachment_70541" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson at Grand Sky. (NINE18 Photography)[/caption]

Large UAS testing without the need for a chase plane could save big money for companies like General Atomics. Read all about the launch of the country's first FAA-sanctioned beyond-visual-line-of-sight program for large commercial drones, made possible by a partnership between multiple companies and the Grand Forks Air Force Base.

 

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[caption id="attachment_69831" align="aligncenter" width="300"] SkyX's SkyTwo drone. (SkyX)[/caption]

The second version of an autonomous, electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing, data gathering drone is out. See how the company behind it aims to upset the asset inspection industry.

 

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[caption id="attachment_69901" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Blue Raven. (AFRL)[/caption]

IBM and the Air Force Research Laboratory are using a new supercomputer setup based on IBM/DARPA-developed neuromorphic processors to research machine learning for use in aerospace.

 

7. FAA: Why Most Drone Waiver Applications Crash and Burn

[caption id="attachment_65824" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (FAA)[/caption]

The FAA has an ongoing series of webinars to help operators comply with its Part 107 rule and submit successful waiver applications. Learn why most fail and how to increase your chances of approval.

 

6. Boeing AvionX to Develop Flight Controls, Navigation Technology Under New President

[caption id="attachment_70339" align="aligncenter" width="296"] Brendan Curran (PRNews/Boeing)[/caption]

It has been a while since Boeing announced the formation of an avionics division. This month, the company finally told the world who would run that business and where it would fall in the aerospace leader's hierarchy.

 

5. Alaska Hacked Like Equifax: Industry Needs to Evolve to Prevent Repeat

[caption id="attachment_70915" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The liveries of Alaska Airlines and Virgin America. (PRNewsFoto/Alaska Air Group)[/caption]

Alaska Airlines was the victim of a cybersecurity breach. The head of their cybersecurity team talks about why that happened, what they learned, and what needs to change in the aviation industry to keep the same thing from happening again.

 

4. Meet Allegiant's First Flight Operations Performance Engineer

[caption id="attachment_54089" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (Allegiant)[/caption]

Every week, we profile an engineer working in the aviation industry. On August 4, we published a conversation with Allegiant Air's Sid Ravuru, who is helping the carrier get more out of its data.

 

3. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Final Report Inconclusive

[caption id="attachment_40507" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (Malaysia Air)[/caption]

The final report from the tragic MH370 flight was filed, but closure is still out of reach. See what conclusions the investigative team was able to draw.

 

2. Boeing CFO Talks Services Industry, NMA, Acquisitions

[caption id="attachment_60942" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Boeing 737 MAX 7. (Boeing)[/caption]

In the wake of Boeing's second fiscal quarter, CFO Greg Smith talked about the company's position in the industry, re-thinking strategies on plane-making, and how that informs deals such as the one with Embraer ahead of the much-anticipated new mid-market aircraft.

 

1. F-35: Under the Helmet of the World's Most Advanced Fighter

[caption id="attachment_70745" align="aligncenter" width="300"] A pilot's-eye view from the F-35 HMDS. (K2 Communications Inc.)[/caption]

The month's top story was an in-depth look at the fifth-generation strike fighter's $400,000 helmet system.
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UTC Aerospace Systems relaunched the company's Aircraft Data Management solution as InteliSight™ with added functionality that integrates hardware and software applications to deliver critical data, and communication links including access to real-time weather and aircraft health and performance information, to flight crews and airline operators. Access to this data allows operators to avoid turbulent weather, increasing safety and enhancing passenger experience, in addition to aircraft component health monitoring which can improve operational efficiency. The InteliSight platform is aircraft and mobile technology agnostic and can be tailored to specific operator requirements. The platform has been certified on a wide range of aircraft platforms and validated with major global airworthiness authorities.
Intelligent flight for airlines requires collecting, analyzing and delivering the right data to the right people, at the right time, in order to make decisions that will improve safety, situational awareness and/or operating efficiency, all while reducing crew and operator workloads. The InteliSight platform integrates and delivers actionable data via the aircraft interface device (AID) in conjunction with mobile and/or hosted applications to enable flight crews and ground operations to make decisions ranging from optimal flight profiles to predictive maintenance. The open platform design of the AID allows operators to host various applications from a range of providers, including those developed by UTC Aerospace Systems and third parties. The ability to host these applications will help expand the functionality of the AID throughout the life of the aircraft. With a focused shift to proactive strategies through advanced data and predictive analytics, the InteliSight platform cost effectively gives operators the ability to solve current and future challenges. With a modular and scalable hardware platform that's upgradeable via on-wing software updates, InteliSight can adapt to technology advancements and ongoing user needs. "UTC Aerospace Systems has a longstanding history of enabling safe, cost-effective and technologically advanced flight operations," said Steve Rausch, general manager for sensors and integrated systems. "The InteliSight platform is at the core of our aircraft data management system, providing each operator the critical data they need to optimize flight operations and minimize disruptions from unscheduled maintenance." For more information about InteliSight visit utcaerospacesystemsefb.com.
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InfraDrone LLC released its a new app for pilots, available on both Android and iPhone app stores and via the web. In the app, pilots can:
  • Register for potential paid drone pilot jobs
  • Register with no cost or obligation
  • Receive notice of paid drone jobs available in their area
  • Respond with price quotes
  • View restricted air space maps, weather and other information
  • Receive payment
"We already have a significant number of pilots registered and are looking to fill out the rest of the country," said Kevin Prendergast, president of InfraDrone. "We are attracting national clients who want to use the pilot network to fly jobs for them." Professional drone pilots are in demand as interest in drones is skyrocketing. All pilots registered on the network must be licensed and insured and will have the opportunity to post the type of cameras and scanners they carry. Jobs will be matched to the type of equipment required by each client, ranging from simple photo or video to HD, Thermography and even LiDAR. "We have already posted locations for paid flights and will be posting more over the coming weeks and months," said CTO Akash Vidyadharan. "This is a perfect opportunity for drone pilots, whether professional or serious hobbyists to fly paid jobs and earn money while enjoying their hobby." Pilot Registration Pilots are encouraged to sign up today (no cost or obligation) to be ready for jobs at:

Android       

   https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.infradrone

iOS              

   https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/infradrone/id1375305993

Web              

   https://infradrone.io/login

Post a Job For anyone interested in hiring a drone pilot, jobs can also be posted directly on the app, ranging from inspections, land surveys and insurance documentation to weddings, family reunions and sports events. Clients looking to hire a drone pilot can use the app to post jobs by simply downloading the app and following the simple instructions to post a job. Pilots in the area will be automatically notified and clients will be able to communicate directly with the pilot. All jobs assigned and completed using the app will be covered by insurance.
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United Airlines (UAL) Monday announced it is expanding its schedule at its East Coast hubs in New York/Newark and Washington-Dulles. The network adjustments build on United's leading route network at New York/Newark where the airline serves more destinations than any other carrier from the New York City metro area. Additionally, the changes to its Washington-Dulles schedule will offer more customers easy access to the nation's capital and seamless connections to flights throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean. Beginning in October, United will maximize the unique strengths of each hub by adding new destinations, additional frequencies and larger two-cabin aircraft. The schedule adjustments are designed to offer more nonstop flights to destinations popular with New York area customers while reallocating largely connecting passenger flights on short-haul routes to United's hub at Washington-Dulles. United will transition service between New York/Newark and Chattanooga, Tennessee; Ithaca, New York, and Scranton, Pennsylvania to Washington-Dulles. "We approached these schedule adjustments with our customers in mind, knowing that we wanted to create a schedule that offers customers beginning their travel in the New York City area convenient flights to many of the business and leisure destinations they frequent the most," said Ankit Gupta, United's VP of domestic network. "Since more of our customers begin their travel from New York/Newark than any other United hub city, we've created a more customer friendly schedule that removed connection times and provided convenient nonstop service to multiple U.S. destinations." New York/Newark (EWR) Offering customers more flights to more destinations than any other airline in the New York City region, United is increasing nonstop service between New York/Newark and 15 destinations, beginning October 4, 2018.

Destination

Airport

Increase to

Aircraft

Burlington, VT

BTV

6 flights daily

Embraer E175

Charleston, SC

CHS

5 flights daily

Embraer 145

Ft. Lauderdale, FL

FLL

6 flights daily

Boeing 737-800

Fort Myers, FL

RSW

3 flights daily

Boeing 737-800

Greensboro, NC

GSO

5 flights daily

Embraer 145

Memphis, TN

MEM

4 flights daily

Embraer 145

Nashville, TN

BNA

7 flights daily

Embraer 145

New Orleans, LA

MSY

4 flights daily

Boeing 737-900

Norfolk, VA

ORF

6 flights daily

Embraer 145

Orlando, FL

MCO

9 flights daily

Boeing 737-900

Phoenix, AZ

PHX

3 flights daily

Boeing 737-900

Pittsburgh, PA

PIT

9 flights daily

Embraer E175

San Antonio, TX

SAT

2 flights daily

Embraer E175

Sarasota, FL

SRQ

2 flights daily

Airbus 319

West Palm Beach, FL

PBI

5 flights daily

Boeing 737-800

New service to Palm Springs and year-round service to Key West United will begin nonstop seasonal mainline service beginning December 19 through March 30, 2019, between New York/Newark and Palm Springs, California and increase regional jet service between New York/Newark and Key West, Florida from seasonal to year round effective October 4, 2018. Washington-Dulles (IAD) "As we set out to build this schedule for our customers, we considered Washington-Dulles' more optimal schedule offering for connecting flights and conducted an in-depth analysis of some of the short-haul flights scheduled from our Newark hub," said Gupta. "We determined that by shifting certain regional flights from Newark to Dulles, our customers will have more schedule flexibility and better options for connections on regional routes."

Destination

Airport

Frequency

Aircraft

Chattanooga, TN

CHA

2 flights daily

CRJ-200

Ithaca, NY

ITH

2 flights daily

CRJ-200

Scranton, PA

AVP

2 flights daily

CRJ-200

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See how the company behind it aims to upset the asset inspection industry.   8. U.S. Air Force to Use New Supercomputer for Neuromorphic Supercomputer for AI Research [caption id="attachment_69901" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Blue Raven. (AFRL)[/caption] IBM and the Air Force Research Laboratory are using a new supercomputer setup based on IBM/DARPA-developed neuromorphic processors to research machine learning for use in aerospace.   7. FAA: Why Most Drone Waiver Applications Crash and Burn [caption id="attachment_65824" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (FAA)[/caption] The FAA has an ongoing series of webinars to help operators comply with its Part 107 rule and submit successful waiver applications. Learn why most fail and how to increase your chances of approval.   6. Boeing AvionX to Develop Flight Controls, Navigation Technology Under New President [caption id="attachment_70339" align="aligncenter" width="296"] Brendan Curran (PRNews/Boeing)[/caption] It has been a while since Boeing announced the formation of an avionics division. This month, the company finally told the world who would run that business and where it would fall in the aerospace leader's hierarchy.   5. Alaska Hacked Like Equifax: Industry Needs to Evolve to Prevent Repeat [caption id="attachment_70915" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The liveries of Alaska Airlines and Virgin America. (PRNewsFoto/Alaska Air Group)[/caption] Alaska Airlines was the victim of a cybersecurity breach. The head of their cybersecurity team talks about why that happened, what they learned, and what needs to change in the aviation industry to keep the same thing from happening again.   4. Meet Allegiant's First Flight Operations Performance Engineer [caption id="attachment_54089" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (Allegiant)[/caption] Every week, we profile an engineer working in the aviation industry. On August 4, we published a conversation with Allegiant Air's Sid Ravuru, who is helping the carrier get more out of its data.   3. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Final Report Inconclusive [caption id="attachment_40507" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (Malaysia Air)[/caption] The final report from the tragic MH370 flight was filed, but closure is still out of reach. See what conclusions the investigative team was able to draw.   2. Boeing CFO Talks Services Industry, NMA, Acquisitions [caption id="attachment_60942" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Boeing 737 MAX 7. 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