|FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd. Company Services|
|AFIRS||The Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS(TM)) is an Iridium-based SATCOM device installed on the aircraft that uses FLYHT's proprietary software to acquire and transmit aircraft data to the ground in real time, where it is then processed and distributed to the customer using FLYHT's ground server network called UpTime(TM). A separate Aircraft Configuration Module contains the SIM card, system configuration information and user-stored information making AFIRS a true line replaceable unit. AFIRS has extensive and expandable interface capabilities that allow it to connect to numerous aircraft systems and it comes complete with a built-in QAR.|
|FLYHTStream||FLYHTStream(TM) is the only commercially available technology capable of streaming Flight Data Recorder (FDR) information directly from the aircraft to the ground in real time. Its primary purpose is to provide an alternate means of accessing vital aircraft flight data normally secured in the FDR should the FDR be lost or if the data has been compromised. Additionally, in some cases, it may allow the investigators to gain quicker insight into the nature of a particular incident, rather than having to wait days, weeks or months for the recovery of the FDR.|
|FLYHTHealth||Automated Engine Trend Reporting
Engine trend data is transmitted automatically in real time from every flight during takeoff and stable cruise. The Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRSTM) reduces pilot workload during flight while also ensuring that consistent, accurate and timely engine data is transferred directly from the plane to your ground crew, manufacturer or a third party for analysis – such as Pratt and Whitney, Rolls Royce, and General Electric – thereby eliminating costly delays and transcription errors.
Engine/Airframe Threshold Exceedance Reporting
With real-time threshold exceedance reports from AFIRS, airlines are notified immediately when a specific event has occurred. With real-time threshold exceedance alerts, you know in advance exactly when and where to look for events that may require immediate action or further investigation, such as: engine over temps, engine over speeds, high vibrations, low oil pressure, hard landings, and flap over speeds to name a few. Real-time threshold exceedance reports are completely configurable and enable proactive maintenance of your aircraft, engines and life limited parts.
Remote Systems Diagnostics
Reduce the chance of unscheduled maintenance delays by enabling FLYHT's real-time proactive maintenance capabilities. In addition to receiving real-time engine and airframe threshold exceedance alerts, airline maintenance departments now have the capability to diagnose and determine the root cause of the issue long before the aircraft reaches its destination, thereby reducing or eliminating the likelihood of a costly delay or flight cancellations.|
|FLYHTLog||FLYHT offers enhanced global flight tracking capabilities that meet and exceed ICAO's Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS) definitions for both normal and abnormal tracking.
Specific features include built-in visual and audible alerts along with email/text notifications, access to historical data, as well as fully configurable automated, manual and autonomous distress tracking capabilities down to a minimum resolution of 20 seconds. With FLYHT's technology, our customers are able to remotely configure their software directly from their custom ground user interface.
Additionally, the Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS(TM)) is unsurpassed when it comes to automating the collection and dissemination of block and flight times. Accurate OOOI times translate directly into optimal crew utilization ensuring flight crews don't time-out ahead of schedule. Accurate hour and cycle information also extends the time between maintenance intervals, maximizing utilization of life-limited parts. Precise OOOI times lead to financial savings for operators on a power-by-the-hour contract, or lease contracts with a utilization component.|
|FLYHTASD||FLYHTASD(TM) is a fully integrated and interactive enhanced global fight tracking solution that makes tracking the progress and monitoring the status of your aircraft seamless. Enjoy all the benefits the FLYHTLog(TM) product has to offer, plus gain access to a worldwide airport data base for operational planning purposes. FLYHTASD also comes complete with a fully integrated text messaging interface that allows operators to send and receive text messages to multiple aircraft at any one time.|
|FLYHTVoice||Empower your dispatch to communicate updated information to the flight crew as soon as it's available. FLYHTVoice(TM) is especially useful for managing irregular operations such as weather diversions, mechanical breakdowns and any other unforeseen situations as well as when operating in remote regions with little to no VHF/HF coverage.|
|FLYHTMail||FLYHTMail(TM) offers extended character-rich, two-way text messaging capabilities fully integrated through the MCDU, iPad and FLYHTASD(TM) for ease of use. From departure to arrival, FLYHTMail ensures your airline is capable of communicating in a timely and effective manner.|
|ACARS over Iridium||The Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRSTM) CAN-TSO-C159b Iridium SATCOM solution provides the aircraft with reliable FANS 1/A, ADS-C, CPDLC and ACARS over Iridium messaging capabilities.
Benefits offered by FANS include: more efficient route structure, reduced flight times, reduced fuel burns, and enhanced communications between ATC and the aircraft.|
|FLYHTFuel||FLYHTFuel(TM) is a tool that eliminates uncertainty about an airline's operational fuel savings initiatives.
FLYHTFuel uses real-time flight data acquired from the aircraft's onboard systems, and presents the data to operations/maintenance personnel in an easy to read dashboard. The data is based on eight industry recognized fuel savings initiatives that include: single engine taxi out, reduced flap takeoffs, reduced acceleration altitude, low drag approaches, reduced flap landings, idle reverse, single engine taxi in and APU monitoring. The dashboard compares how the aircraft was flown to how it could be flown in order to maximize efficiency and fuel savings. Where compliance has not been met, costs of those variations are shown.
FLYHTFuel is an excellent supplement to any fuel management program and is an effective tool for helping flight crew and maintenance personnel alike to understand and appreciate the importance of operational efficiency.|