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A surveillance and recording system installed on an aircraft with video cameras strategically placed throughout the craft to capture and monitor flying conditions.
The video cameras’ output signals are routed to an on-board radio-frequency transmitter, which modulates a radio-frequency carrier that is broadcast from the aircraft and then intercepted by an operational communication satellite.
In the event of an accident or other problem during the flight, the investigators can access the saved recordings of the real-time images from the cameras at the ground recording station that receives the signals from the satellite.
The system features at least four video cameras, the first of which is aimed on the flight crew in the aeroplane’s cockpit and has an audio capability. The controls and instrument panel in the cockpit are the subject of the second camera’s attention.
The fourth camera is located on top of the aircraft rudder to observe exterior surface control movements, such as those of flaps, ailerons, and elevators. The third camera, which also has an audio function, looks into the passenger compartment.
The Global aircraft Environmental surveillance System market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
By incorporating weather, traffic, and terrain awareness utilising Honeywell’s tried-and-true safety and information technologies, the aircraft environmental surveillance system (AESS) maximises performance.
Pilots can get the most recent information on flight safety from the RDR-4000 3-D volumetric weather radar, the CAS 100 with mode S/ADS-B transponders, and the enhanced ground proximity warning system (EGPWS).
To improve situational awareness, weather and terrain data are simultaneously shown on a vertical situation display. Integration decreases weight and bulk while enhancing aircraft performance.
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