In a project sponsored by the National Science Foundation Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Meteorology Dept is planning to conduct a two-week flight safety research program with the University of Wyoming King Air.
The King Air is a research aircraft that provides atmospheric measurements and flight safety data. Students from different courses will have direct involvement with instrument system training, flights; flight forecast simulations and will produce the follow-up analysis.
Flight co ordination research will be discussed in open seminars attended by the King Air pilot and scientist and will cover many topics from FAA regulations to forecasting requirements for flight safety data.
The students will maintain awareness of electronic sensor systems and the importance of mission-critical messaging for transmission of flight safety weather data.
Entire infrastructure can be based upon ensuring crucial data is delivered efficiently and swiftly to facilitate safe conduct of flights on a global scale.
Flight safety weather data monitoring forms a huge part of flight support services in commercial, military and business aviation.