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Business Development Director

Teledyne Controls LLC

HQ Phone:  (310) 765-3600

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Teledyne Controls LLC

501 Continental Boulevard

El Segundo, California,90245

United States

Company Description

Headquartered in Southern California, Teledyne Controls is a business unit of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated. Teledyne Controls is a leading manufacturer and innovator of a wide range of data management solutions designed to help aircraft operators collect...more

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www.avitrader.com

Willie Cecil, director of Business Development, Wireless and Data Automation Solutions at Teledyne Controls says predictive maintenance for aircraft is being taken to a completely different level for operators: "Until now, health monitoring has been limited because it has been performed using only a few hundred bytes of data sent from the aircraft via ACARS, which is fairly expensive and has limited bandwidth.


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Speaking at the Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data in Malaysia on Monday 26th May, William Cecil, Director of Business Development of Teledyne Controlspresented a case for providing virtually unlimited real time flight data monitoring by using existing aircraft systems and better 'connecting the dots': "It could be very quickly possible to enable black box data streaming in flight for many existing aircraft without installing any new technology," he says.


www.aircraft-commerce.com

William Cecil, Director Business Development & Strategy, Teledyne Controls


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Willie CecilManager Sales & ServiceTeledyne Controls Repair Facility9-13 Napier RoadWardpark, North Industrial EstateCumbernauld G68 OEF, ScotlandPhone: +44-123-645-8555Cell: +44-777-575-2298


mro-network.com

It can cost about $100 to transmit 1MB of data via ACARS opposed to a fraction of a cent via wireless cellular, says Willie Cecil, Teledyne Control's director of business development, wireless and data automation solutions.
"There has been a move to wirelessly enabled aircraft because it eliminates manual downloads," says Cecil.


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