Dassault's FalconBroadcast Available On Falcon 2000, 900 EASy Models | Aero-News Network
Aero-News Network
RSS icon RSS feed
podcast icon MP3 podcast
Subscribe Aero-News e-mail Newsletter Subscribe

** Airborne 08.29.14 ** HD iPad-Friendly -- Airborne 08.29.14 **
** Airborne 08.27.14 ** HD iPad-Friendly -- Airborne 08.27.14 **
** Airborne 08.25.14 ** HD iPad-Friendly -- Airborne 08.25.14 **

Mon, Mar 25, 2013

Dassault's FalconBroadcast Available On Falcon 2000, 900 EASy Models

Transmits Data About Airplanes To Dassault To Minimize Ground Time

Dassault Falcon announced Thursday that its new FalconBroadcast airborne health monitoring service is now available on all Falcon 2000 and Falcon 900 models equipped with the EASy cockpit. "This service has been available for our Falcon 7X customers since mid 2012 and the response has been universally positive" said Jacques Chauvet, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Customer Service. "Dispatch rates increase and in the event of an AOG, aircraft downtime is decreased."

The service is available for in-production Falcon 900LX, Falcon 2000LX and the new Falcon 2000LXS which was announced last October at the NBAA Convention. In service EASy aircraft can have their service activated at any Dassault Falcon Authorized Service Center.

Unveiled in Geneva in May 2012 on the Falcon 7X, FalconBroadcast enables operators to address unscheduled maintenance events while still in flight, with the help of automated real-time troubleshooting tools and satellite links, allowing the issue to be resolved as soon as the aircraft lands.

Any crucial data generated by the Central Maintenance Computer is instantly transmitted to Dassault (either by satellite or VHF radio communications link), where it is automatically acquired, processed and enriched. An email alert is then sent to the operator's ground personnel. If necessary, maintenance technicians can log into the Falcon customer portal to access detailed maintenance reports showing event history, timeline and contributing factors. The automatic transmission of the aircraft's technical status at the end of each flight also allows for the early detection of impending failures.

Dispatchability was the key driver behind development of FalconBroadcast service. It allows ground crews to anticipate logistics, troubleshooting and other support requirements while the aircraft is still in the air.

(Image provided by Dassault)

FMI: http://falcon2000s.com/

Advertisement

More News

House GA Caucus Seeks Speedy Medical Reform

Members Call On DOT To Expedite The Review Thirty-two members of the U.S. House of Representatives General Aviation Caucus are asking the Department of Transportation to speed up t>[...]

Airborne 08.29.14: Google Drone!, Cessna's 10,000th, Bearhawk LODA

Also: Big Boeing Order, Napa Tower Quaked, Landsberg Retires, Galileo Falters Breaking News! Google has unveiled an exciting new UAV project, called Project Wing, which has been un>[...]

Airborne 08.29.14: Google Drone!, Cessna's 10,000th, Bearhawk LODA

Also: Big Boeing Order, Napa Tower Quaked, Landsberg Retires, Galileo Falters Breaking News! Google has unveiled an exciting new UAV project, called Project Wing, which has been un>[...]

FAA Issues Emergency Order Of Revocation Against MARPAT Aviation

Alleges The Company Conducted Operations It Was Not Qualified To Perform The FAA has issued an Emergency Order of Revocation against MARPAT Aviation of Switzer, WV for allegedly vi>[...]

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.30.14)

International Comanche Society The International Comanche Society exists to serve its membership by supplying information and know-how to support good maintenance, safety, and affo>[...]

blog comments powered by Disqus



Advertisement

Advertisement

Podcasts

Advertisement

© 2007 - 2014 Web Development & Design by Pauli Systems, LC