Boeing Boosts 737 MAX Safety With Spacecraft, Drone Technology
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September 6, 2020 - by Alan Levin for www.bloomberg.com
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Boeing Co. is preparing to bolster the long-term safety of its troubled 737 MAX with technology borrowed from space vehicles and urban drones that can provide data to help back up its sensors.
The system -- known as synthetic air data -- takes existing information on the aircraft, runs it through a computer program and produces readings that mimic what costly additional sensors provide.
Added as a result of pressure from overseas regulators, it would reduce...
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