NIKI to Use Teledyne Data Acquisition Unit

By Tish Drake | July 25, 2008
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Austrian carrier NIKI will use Teledyne Controls’ Flight Data Interface Management Units (FDIMU) on 20 of its A320s. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Teledyne Controls, El Segundo, Calif., said its data acquisition and management unit will be used in conjunction with its Wireless GroundLink Quick Access Recorder (WQAR) to provide the airline with a system for transmitting Aircraft Condition Monitoring System (ACMS) reports from the aircraft to the ground.

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