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c172drv
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« on: October 16, 2015, 06:36:24 AM »

I am posting this in hope that some of us can support this survey and also in the hopes that the discussion would help with the idea of starting Flight Data Monitoring in CAP for safety. In the airline world we do this and now some of the aviation universities are as well. Take a look at this, maybe take the survey to help them out and also, do what we do best here pick it apart and discuss it into the ground.  :)

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GRADUATE RESEARCH SURVEY REQUEST (2)

Dear Aviation Colleagues,
 
My name is Tyler Spence, a PhD student at Purdue University working under the direction of Dr. Mary Johnson in the School of Aviation and Transportation Technology. We are seeking survey responses for an FAA funded research project targeting ways to improve the General Aviation safety record through the development of a national flight information database that collects anonymous flight data, known as Aviation Safety Information and Sharing (ASIAS). We are developing ways to analyze flight data from data recorder systems that have flight data monitoring capabilities like the Garmin G1000, Avidyne Entegra, or Aspen Evolution 1000.
 
We are seeking feedback from anyone that uses the GA system including (but not limited to) pilots, maintenance personnel, flight instructors, pilot examiners, aircraft owners (individual or fleet), flight data analysts, and administrators. The survey comprises of two main sections: 1) Opinions of flight data monitoring and the use of a national database that should take about 10 minutes to complete; and, 2) potential flight analysis graphs and figures that could be included in the application tool that should take about 30 minutes to complete.
 
You are free to not answer any questions, and stop participation in the survey at any time. No personally identifiable information will be collected. All answers reported in analysis will only be in aggregate without any connection to you on any response you may provide.
 
Thank you very much for your participation on this survey. Your responses are greatly appreciated and will hopefully help the aviation industry improve the GA safety record.
If you have any questions at all regarding this survey or the information contained within, please feel free to contact the researchers directly at either spence5@purdue.edu or mejohnson@purdue.edu.

***Survey Link https://purdue.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8nOzSNWYbDGqIsJ  ***(copy directly into web browser if link does not work).
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John Jester
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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2015, 04:12:45 PM »

In this referencing an FDR in the event of an accident, or something along the lines of FOQA for identifying abnormal actions in error/violation of operating standards?
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