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Mon, Mar 05, 2007

Aviation Diagnostics' Intelligent Automation Introduces SuperHUMS

Aircraft Health And Usage Monitoring Systems Advancements Announced

Intelligent Automation Corporation (IAC), a CA-based machinery diagnostics company and leader in aircraft Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS), last week announced enhanced diagnostic technology for aircraft condition-based maintenance (CBM) applications.

According to IAC, its next-generation system-on-a-chip enhancement delivers more than ten times the performance of previous vibration management systems.

The SuperHUMS product line is based on the combat-proven IAC 1209 Modern Signal Processing Unit (MSPU) selected by Bell Helicopter, Boeing, and the US Army.

The patent pending, reconfigurable computing architecture features faster than real time processing using the latest field programmable gate arrays and XtremeDSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology from Xilinx Corporation. The result, according to the company, is the highest performance machinery diagnostic and monitoring system, delivering more than ten times the performance for about the same price as previous-eneration HUMS.  

According to IAC Chief Executive Officer Jeff Goodrich, "IAC's SuperHUMS is a technological breakthrough in aviation diagnostics. It's faster, lighter, and better than previous HUMS systems for about the same price. IAC is proud to be recognized as the world's most popular provider of HUMS."

"This latest advancement will continue that track record of success as we give our customers supercomputer like processing speed using all of their existing software and diagnostics. Given the dramatic increase in processing speed, the SuperHUMS is the last HUMS our customers should ever need to purchase." 

The SuperHUMS™ product line consists of the IAC 1134 (light helicopters and fixed wing applications), the IAC 1239 (large helicopters), the IAC 1474 (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), and the IAC 1249 HUMS / CVR/FDR (cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder) combined unit intended for both fixed and rotary wing applications).

FMI: www.iac-online.com 

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