Mexico’s Viva Aerobus has signed up for a Teledyne Controls flight data analysis service, Teledyne Controls said. This is part of Viva Aerobus’ expansion and modernization effort for its Airbus A320 fleet. The airline is the first customer in Mexico to use Teledyne Controls’ data analysis service. It is in the process of renovating its entire systems platform, transitioning to cloud-based software applications and the internet of things (IoT).
The service collates, analyzes reports and presents information on customizable dashboards. Teledyne Controls said a scalable solution fits well to low-cost carrier airlines. Users can choose from modules including safety analysis, data collection analysis, approach and landings analysis, warnings analysis and fuel analysis. Customers can also request additional modules to meet their needs.
Viva Aerobus has been using Teledyne Controls services since 2014. Its entire fleet uses the company’s flight data interface management unit (FDIMU), and the airline uses Teledyne Controls’ Wireless GroundLink Comm+ hardware.