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Height keeping performance monitoring for RVSM approval

Height keeping performance monitoring for RVSM approval

Imagine driving in bumper to bumper traffic. Oh! No need to imagine. Just drive your car and on most of the roads, you witness this. Your chance of surviving the traffic without hurting yourself or your car depends not only on your driving skills, but depends significantly on the skill level of the fellow driver and also significantly depends on the serviceability of vehicle sensors which would warn the driver if the vehicle intercept or come closer to other vehicles.

Wearing Murphy’s thinking cap

Wearing Murphy’s thinking cap

If I am told to suggest one quote, it would be from Edward A. Murphy Jr whose quote is popularly known as Murphy’s law.
Murphy’s law states that “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”. Let us decipher with examples.
As an aviation enthusiast Graduate Engineer, one may seek a career in design or production or assembly or aircraft maintenance or documentation. All these verticals can have Learnings from Murphy’s law.

Airframers OEMs and Infotech companies

Airframers OEMs and Infotech companies

We have heard of companies such as Airbus, Boeing, Dassault, Embraer, Pilatus etc. These companies are Aircraft manufacturers, and they are called Airframers.

Who is an OEM?
Not all parts (components) of the aircraft are manufactured by the airframer. They buy products and spares from experts who are specialized in such product manufacturing. These companies are called Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM).