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Aero Dynamix Sole Source Contract for US Navy


Aero Dynamix Inc. recently announced that they have been awarded a Sole Source contract #N6883617P0694 from the US Navy (NAVSUP) to provide an STC for the TH-57 aircraft NVG modification that has been delivered to CNATRA for installation on numerous aircraft. “ADI has provided the Navy this modification in the past for the Navy’s TH-57 training fleet and we are always extremely proud when we can support our nation’s military in their continued effort to protect our country and provide them with a quality product for their missions,” said Tonka Hufford ADI’s Chief Operating Officer.


Truth Data Provides Flight Data Monitoring for Bell 407GX


Truth Data recently announced that it now has proven its capability to read and analyze flight data from the Garmin G1000 integrated flight deck, such as is installed on the Bell 407GX. Truth Data provides flight operations and quality assurance (FOQA) and flight data monitoring (FDM) services for data analytics, post- flight visualization, and reporting to both rotorcraft and fixed-wing operators of all sizes.


“We are fully capable of supporting any and all air medical operators with FOQA and FDM services,” says Peter Henrikson, president of Truth Data. “A lot of these operators fly the 407GX, so it’s nice to have that one ‘in the barn’ as well.”


In a 2011 article about the Bell 407GX, Stephen Pope states: “We examine Garmin G1000’s helicopter debut and wonder, why on earth didn’t somebody do this sooner?” The same could be said about using data from the G1000, as not many operators


have even been aware that it also records. “Now that we’ve got experience with the G1000 and have added it to the long list of hardware we can support, a lot of possibilities have opened up for us,” says Matt Hilton, director of technology at Truth Data, “The 407GX is a very popular aircraft and the people at Bell have been a huge help in this process.”


According to the Federal Aviation Administration’s helicopter air ambulance (HAA) rule (FAR 135.607), all operators with 10 or more aircraft are required to implement FDM systems by April 23, 2018. Truth Data offers FDM services and statistical analysis and is already providing this service to Air Methods, the largest EMS operator in the world and Toll, the largest in Australia.


“With the expansion of the Bell 407GX in the Air Methods’ fleet, we are looking forward to leveraging every source of data coming from the aircraft. One of Truth Data’s strengths is their ability to analyze G1000 data as well as other flight data recording sources,” said Cory Theriot of Air Methods.


Truth Data brings a new level of safety and efficiency to helicopter operators by providing FOQA and FDM services by drawing on decades of aviation experience, both military and civilian, to support operators in all market segments worldwide.


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