AIRINC gets TC support to evaluate CVR installations
Applied Informatics and Research Inc. (AIRINC) has announced they have been authorized by Transport Canada (TC) to evaluate the post flight recording for any new Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) installation in Canada. This authorization extends to all Honeywell, L-3 and Universal Avionics CVR installations.
AIRINC is an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and software development services company specializing in Flight Data Analysis. Their expertise includes: Flight Data Monitoring (FDM/FDA/FOQA) for an expansive Canadian customer base; Digital Flight Recorder (DFR) readout, playback and full return-to-service; computer animation; economic and performance analysis including greenhouse gas monitoring and mathematical analysis which they provide to their customers worldwide.
Steve Roberts, president and CEO of AIRINC noted, “AIRINC is very pleased we have obtained approval to perform these services and we look forward to servicing our existing and future customers with a capability that they have been asking for. Our business is growing rapidly and attaining this approval completes a portion of our product and services offering which will serve the industry as a whole.”