With the increasing complexity of the latest types of aircraft, the requirements placed on today’s flight test systems have also increased. A wide variety of signals and sensors, as well as high channel counts from digital sources and aircraft buses, are acquired over multiple channels, monitored online and, ideally, synchronously stored in a common data sink. The demanding time schedules coming from management require a particularly stabile and effective FTI system. In this case, it is a great advantage to be able to obtain all system components from a single source.
The imc flight test system is based on:
- Modular imc measurement systems for all analog and digital data sources, such as a variety of signals, e.g., strains, accelerations, temperatures, positions, pressures, voltages or displacements. Furthermore the system supports the integration of ARINC, IENA, CAN, AFDX, etc.
- imc video technology with up to 8 cameras featuring individual resolution and frame rate settings
- Control PC with monitor
- Airworthy storage, network and server technology
- Telemetric signal transmission via PCM