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Kansas State Polytechnic Renews Flight Data Monitoring Program

Will Track Activity Using FlyteAnalytics FDM Solution

Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus has once again selected FlyteAnalytics as its Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) solution for its Cessna 172 Skyhawk and Beechcraft G36 aircraft, enabling the university to continue its internal flight operational quality assurance

“A solid flight data management program is a crucial part of a safety management system providing risk management and safety assurance,” said Larry McCarroll, CEO of CAPACG, the company that created the flight data analysis program. “FlyteAnalytics compliments a safety management system and the state-of-the-art analysis tool has the ability to process large quantities of flight data from current and future technically advanced aircraft types without the need for adding costly hardware.”

“Working with FlyteAnalytics has allowed us to improve the quality of our training through our Flight Operations Quality Assurance Program. Because of this, we’re able to provide students with top-of-the-line education and training, furthering the experience matters mission of K-State Polytechnic,” said John Dahl, teaching assistant professor at Kansas State Polytechnic.

Located in Salina, Kansas, Kansas State University’s Polytechnic Campus provides a small, personalized atmosphere where the experience matters and learning isn’t just confined to a textbook and classroom. Kansas State Polytechnic’s elite aviation program is adjacent to a 12,000-foot runway, boasts more Master Certified Flight Instructors than any other college or university in the country and has a modern fleet of nearly 35 learning aircraft. K-State Polytechnic offers affordable bachelor’s degrees in professional pilot in both fixed wing and rotary aircraft, aircraft maintenance, airport management and unmanned aircraft systems, as well as technology management, engineering technology, social work, and human development and family sciences.

(Source; Kansas State news release)

FMI: flyk-state.com


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