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Kelowna aeec-boeing-eco-demonstrator

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FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd. (TSX-V: FLY) (OTCQX: FLYLF) announced positive results from the flight-test program of its Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS™) on the Boeing ecoDemonstrator aircraft. In conjunction with partners Boeing and Embraer, FLYHT presented the results of the tests to the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) Global Aircraft Tracking (GAT) Working Group meeting in Kelowna, Canada. The reported analysis and resulting conclusions are receiving a positive response.

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Kelowna aeec-boeing-eco-demonstrator

  1. 1. Real-Time FDR and CAM Streaming from the Boeing ecoDemonstrator Kelowna, BC, August 2018 Derek Graham, CTO
  2. 2. 2TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Introduction •  Derek Graham, CTO •  FLYHT is a provider of real-time data streaming technology that enhances the efficiency and safety of aircraft •  Saves aircraft operators money •  Helps streamline their operations •  Proactively enhances safety, which help to prevents accidents and save lives •  FLYHT technology •  Airborne - Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRSTM) •  Ground Server - UpTimeTM Cloud Service Platform
  3. 3. 3TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 ecoDemonstrator Program Boeing initiative focused on accelerating the testing, refinement, and completion of new technologies. •  Five aircraft over seven years •  2018 Program: •  Latest, Fedex B777 Freighter •  37 different technologies tested 2018 ecoDemonstrator Flight Data Streaming Trials a collaboration between Boeing, Embraer, and FLYHT
  4. 4. 4TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 ecoDemonstrator Flight Data Streaming Trials Scope •  Real-time stream ARINC 717 FDR data via Inmarsat •  Stream 20 minutes of historical ARINC 717 FDR data •  Encrypt all streamed FDR data •  Capture streamed data in secure UpTime Cloud server •  Initiate FDR streaming on predefined triggers •  Validate streamed FDR data •  Measure data streaming latency •  Real-time feed to FDM program for animation/analysis
  5. 5. 5TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 AFIRS Solution
  6. 6. 6TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 ecoDemonstrator Program
  7. 7. 7TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 ecoDemonstrator Program •  Real-time FDM analysis •  8 second latency •  Graphing •  Moving Map •  Animation •  Cockpit Display
  8. 8. 8TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 ecoDemonstrator Test Setup
  9. 9. 9TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 ecoDemonstrator Test Plan •  Boeing/Embraer test plans covered: •  Inmarsat •  Continuous FDR streaming •  Manually triggered FDR streaming •  Automatically triggered FDR streaming •  Real-time and Historical streaming •  Iridium •  Manually triggered FDR streaming •  Automatically triggered FDR streaming •  Real-time, subset of 1024 wps
  10. 10. 10TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Flight Data Streaming Trials Test Summary
  11. 11. 11TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Flight Data Streaming Trials Test Summary FLYHT ecoDemonstrator Test Result ICAO 10054 Encrypted FDR data and transmi=ed to secure server 3.6.1 Streamed FDR data with average latency < 5 seconds 3.6.3 Streamed FDR data bit-for-bit match of FDR data on aircraM 3.6.3 & 3.6.4 Compressed FDR data successfully decompressed at server 3.6.10 Verified automaRc triggers acRvated and deacRvated streaming 3.6.13 Verified streaming can only be deacRvated by conclusion of triggering event 3.6.5 Verified minimum of 20 minutes streaming following a trigger 3.6.5 Provided access to industry standard FDR files following streaming 3.6.3 Verified real-Rme feed to FDM system for live display 3.6.11.1 IniRaRon of real-Rme and historical streaming within 3 seconds of trigger 3.6.13
  12. 12. 12TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Flight Data Streaming Trials Anomalies •  Inmarsat link loss occurred •  Related to aircraft attitude •  Re-establishment of link was not efficient •  Basic troubleshooting indicated •  optimization of AFIRS to Thales interface SDU would yield improvements •  AFIRS configuration could be updated to more quickly determine link loss •  Outside of the ecoDemonstrator program to further investigate the AFIRS to Thales SDU interactions
  13. 13. 13TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 FDR Streaming Data Rates ARINC 717 words / second bytes / second MB / minute MB / hour Minimum Streaming Context 64 96 0.00576 0.3456 8K 128 192 0.01152 0.6912 8K 256 384 0.02304 1.3824 8K 512 768 0.04608 2.7648 16K 1024 1536 0.09216 5.5296 32K
  14. 14. 14TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 FDR Streaming Latency •  Latency of Historical data transmissions was similar to real-time •  20 minutes of Historical data was transmitted in less than 10 minutes
  15. 15. 15TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Iridium FDR Streaming •  Secondary objective of ecoDemonstrator trials •  Subset of ARINC 717 FDR parameters transmitted •  30 12-bit parameters recorded each second •  FDR & GNSS data collected for 30 seconds, compressed •  Transmitted through SBD •  FDR data stored at UpTime Cloud server •  Properly formed FDR file used for FDM purposes •  Typical latency ~30 seconds for any given second of FDR data
  16. 16. 16TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Cockpit Area Microphone Streaming •  CAM installed on flightdeck •  ED-112A compliant •  One Channel ~60kbps •  ~5x larger than 1024wps •  Real-time and historical CAM streaming verified •  Streaming context required to transmit real-time and historical FDR data and CAM: 256K •  20 minute rolling buffer for historical CAM streaming •  30 seconds of streamed audio data required before audio playback could be initiated
  17. 17. 17TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Conclusions Existing, commercially available equipment and network services (FLYHT’s AFIRS and Inmarsat SwiftBroadband) are suitable for providing distress flight data streaming capabilities that support ICAO objectives Core Findings 1.  Current equipment supports ICAO 10054 FDR and CVR streaming requirements 2.  Inmarsat SwiftBroadband capabilities exceed bandwidth requirements to stream real-time and historical FDR and CVR data 3.  Limited bandwidth options such as the Iridium SBD services used in these tests can provide a useful flight data streaming capability
  18. 18. 18TSX.V: FLY OTCQX: FLYLF August 2018 Thank you www.flyht.com dgraham@flyht.com

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