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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:59 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Following up on that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islamic mosques in Christchurch New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called why planes crash David can people still get the book? They do. It's not available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I read this you did under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they loved it. We'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away. Joseph gopher Joe good. It david. Now, I understand a black box. It's on its way to French twenty two labs to be analyzed and evaluated. What information? Do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight, the two really good questions. But what what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that the the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the. Angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the software itself is responding to signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct. The way hair accident are the same things that would fix what happened to the opium airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question software. Does do that. It doesn't continuously. There's seven different computers actually that work in in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus there's seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets haywire. And the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would. Fall into the art official intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the FAA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence they are that that the fixes that they put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all the angle that I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angle of attack indicators probably would have been my response now with the second crash. Would you young? I would not have hesitated. One second because with that airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's it's warming as many wires as go back and forth between the indicator and in cash in the. Flight data controller. That's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gotta live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July dare who's who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him descend got ready to tell him that. He's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of a company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that I've made some safety decisions didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you do when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. Oh, it's it's something you can never never. I forget let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. George end, David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple earned so much over the years that listen to you. Dr steven. Staff or staff does it's we're we're we're we're just the facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me. You're, hey, I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. You know as as but. David. Couple of questions and. And you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto ver I spent thirty eight years working for one company ten of running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them so side the certified. I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Pie pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the color set. It's. Here's my question for David Kay. C g center of gravity for the plane. What is the commercial airline? No. What? What? My team had to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's Atta balance. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is way too law. That's almost the whole runway. Yeah. Well, there's a foreign in no return as you. Well know, right that you just gotta throttle up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as say flip flop went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive why didn't for new lease principle kit which Craig tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. The okay good questions. Thank you much overhead. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. And there were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, I do believe the serve gravity caused that in the load shift. And that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with the atlas airline that happened there. So certainly certainly gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center of gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's a nominees in signals that came from the the angle attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that were streamed through the aid ESP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have is to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angle of attack indicator. Are actually had ruinous readings coming out this show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb when the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. Even if the planes were flying today, would you get on a seven thirty seven max. You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out max eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter or more my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good point. I I've got to tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. I'll tell you that. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was their -bility to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that communication problem time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph. And San Diego's with Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, David, Gerald. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about a few things that I thought was we're possible. But I know Nassar's has got all the information, but I should have to watch and the IBM computer. And but I think they already know what's wrong. But, but my my my theory is is that the the nose of the aircraft is definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not scientists, but also intuitive. But I I saw this coming months ago. I knew there was gonna be big crashes with this with this plane or just crashes in Genesis planes because I I I'm an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake and some is, but okay, the point is I think knows in in these engines are huge and this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small it's smaller design and anything think that. The question of them not having enough time to put up the appropriate software, and it's absolutely ludicrous. And I think a lot of these countries are over their head would this would these planes, and they're not trained at the latest crashed is the gentleman had two hundred hours. Wake should have fifteen minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"They are that that the fixes that they had put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all the angle that would I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So it's just replace all the angles attack indicators is probably would have been my response now with the second crash. Would you young? I would not have hesitated. One second with the airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information. You needed had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So. There was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees God bet they're shouting and screaming. It's warming many wires as go back and forth between the AO indicator and in cash in the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gonna live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of. The CEO of Ethiopian. He's struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July hair who was who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a government to tell him that. He's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that I've made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the rest of your life changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. Oh, it's something you can never never..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KGO 810

"On K GIO eight ten. Following up on that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islam EQ two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called white whiteplainschrysler. David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I read this you did under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so then update that. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx. Takeaway Joseph Ghafoor. Good job. Good, david. Now, I understand that black boxes on its way to France twenty two labs to be analyzed and evaluated. What do you speculate will be gleaned from that process? And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight to really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that get the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the song. Awkward self is responding to a signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct. The way in accident are the same things that would fix what happened to Ethiopian airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question. Software does do that. It doesn't continuously. There are seven different computers actually that work in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus they're seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets, hey, where's the other one takes over for it? But does self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the FAA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash would line air. No, I would not have done. I would have been just as confidence. They are that that the fixes that they put in play would would fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all angle that would I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angle of attack indicators is probably would have been my response now with the second crash would you yanked it, I would not have hesitated. One second. The airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information. You needed had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing on right now guaranteed. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's as many wires as go back and forth between the AO indicator and in cash from the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gonna live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July dare who was who serves with the world aviation for forum. And I sent a message to him to send a got ready to tell him that he's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of a company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in the situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory. And what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole careers based around saving lives. Oh, it's it's something. You can never never forget. Let's go now to Stephen and Tanna California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. Hey, george. And David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple earned so much over the years that listen to you mar Steve staff staff does it we're we're we're we're just the facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me, you're, hey, I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. You know, as there's but David have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto ver I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Canavan running ram that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them. So scientists certified. I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Pie pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the caller set. It's. Here's my question for David Kay. C g center of gravity the plane. What is commercial airline? No what? What? My team had to do to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's out of bounds. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy nine to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too long. It's almost the whole runaway. Yeah. Well, there's a foreign and no return as you. Well know, right that you just got travel up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as say flip flopped went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive, why didn't new lease principle. Which creates high and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. Tulsa, the okay good questions. Thank you much for head. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. And there were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, do I do believe the center of gravity caused that in the load shift, and that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with less airline that happened there. So certainly sooner gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's anomalies in the signals that came from the the angle of attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that were streamed through the DSP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have as to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angle of attack indicate. Or actually had ruinous readings coming up this show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb when the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. The planes were flying today. Would you get on a seven thirty seven max? You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out Amax eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter or more my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. A good point good point. I gotta tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. Mhm? I'll tell you that. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London. The worst a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this country. It was a language issue. It was their ability to understand the manuals new, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that communication problem. You know time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph. And San Diego's with us Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, David Jones. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about a few things that I thought was possible. But I know the Nassar's got all the information, but I should have to watch and the IBM computer, and you, but I think the already know what's wrong. But, but my my my theory is is that the the nose of the aircraft is that I definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not scientists, but also intuitive. But I I saw this coming months ago. I knew there was gonna be big crashes. With this with this plane or just crashes planes because I am an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake and some scenarios, but the point is I think it's nose and these engines are huge and this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small smaller design, and they think that the question of them not having enough time to put up the appropriate software. And it's absolutely ludicrous. Like think were a lot of these countries are over their head would this would these planes, and they're not trained at the leaves crashed is the gentleman had two hundred hours away should add fifteen minimum standard.

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

15:01 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islam two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called whiteplainschrysler David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I reassured it under another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so then update that we'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away. Joseph gopher Joe good yet. David now, I understand the black boxes on its way to France. Twenty two labs to be analyzed evaluated. What do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight. The two really good questions. But what what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points to get the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the software itself was responding to a signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes the Boeing is proposing to sit out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct the lane here. Accident are the same things that would fix what happened. Ethiopian airplane. So that's on the black box. Second. Question software. Does do that. It doesn't continuously there. Seven different computers, actually that work in in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus there's seven, but they all were in sync with each other. And if one software gets haywire than the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the FAA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were bowling would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have done. I I would have been just as confidence they are that that the fixes that they had put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training testing all the angle that would I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance kill yourself. Let's just replace all the angled attack indicators is probably would have been my response now with the second crash would you yanked it, I would not hesitated. One second. Because the point you have streaming data then airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming. Many wires as go back and forth between the AOL indicator in cash from the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. You like to be the guy responsible for this. He's gonna live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July their who's who serves on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a governor to tell him that he's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline most proud when this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you were going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever. Since that happened to me, and you can do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. It's something you can never never forget. Let's go now to Stephen and Tanna California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. Hey, george. End David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple learned so much over the years. Listen to you. And art. Staff staff. We're we're we're we're just a facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a management person. Like me. You're hey, I'm not the smartest guy I surround myself. That's the trick. As. David have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto over I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Running ramp that we launch forty aircraft day and turn them so side, a certified also have my I noticed a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Private pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the color set. It's simple. Here's my question for David k c g center of gravity for the plane. What is commercial airline? No what? My team had to do to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's Atta bounce. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy notch to get at seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too law. It's almost the whole runaway. Yeah. They well. There's a foreign and no return as you. Well know, right that you just got throb up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as they flip flop. Tila, went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive, why didn't for new lease principle, which creates high and low pressure, it really makes aircraft. Fly those the okay good question. Thank you much. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crashed which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. And there were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, I do believe the Sarah gravity caused that in the load shift. And that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with the atlas airline that happened there. So certainly sooner gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center of gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's a nominally in signals that came from the Anglo tech indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that they were streamed through DSP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have is to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angle of attack indicator actually had Rohingyas readings coming out the show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb. When the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. The planes were flying today. Would you get on a seven thirty seven max, you know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out Amax eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter, nor my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good point. I I've gotta tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. I'll tell you that. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was ability to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that communication problem. You know time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph and San Diego's with Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, George, John, David. I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about these things that I. Thought was possible. But I know Nassar's got all the information. But I should've sickening since watching the IBM, computer. And but I think they already know what's wrong. But, but my my theory is is that the the nose of the aircraft is definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not scientists, but also intuitive. But I I saw this coming months ago. I knew there was gonna be big crashes with this with this plane or just crashes in planes because I am an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake in some scenarios. Okay. The point is I think it's knows in these engines, it's huge and this plane, it's not a seven forty seven. It's a small smaller design anything that the question of them not having enough time to put up the appropriate software, and it's absolutely ludicrous. I think a lot of these countries are over their head with this with these planes. And they're not trained for the leaves grasses. The gentleman had two hundred hours away should have fifteen minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was by. Thank you. I has something to do with the with the nose. And the design of the nose and the and the engines being too large. And then when you have the problem with that, they they can't has a it's going in the wrong direction. Then they they their software is not going to help. So decode into automatic on automatic pilot. And then there's where they go wrong, you're not trained. Well, let's get David starts on that. If we can't show set the schematics snow into their computer models show that if the nose was too big or the engines were big, it's not gonna work. It would it would. But you know, what his intuition, maybe what he's hearing. Speculating about in the nose is that that's where the electron in the controls the Casio all of this equipment is is in the nose. So perhaps that's what he's referring to. I don't know. But. Thank you for your observations. And if the fact that the engines are too big without getting too much into it. Because I know we don't have a lot of time. But the engines are much much bigger than they were on the previous models that doesn't mean there's a problem. No. But if they weren't bigger the reason that they installed the caste system was to make up for the difference in the list based on the fact that those engines were mounted a little bit for the forward power. So that tends to lift the nose up higher. So they had to put the caste system and to compensate for that David you were last on with me when we talked about him h three seventy two thousand fourteen let's not let another five years ago by okay? I really enjoy your show. And thank you so much if there's anything I can never talk about on your show. I'd be happy to absolutely you've got a blank check here. And we love seeing you on CNN. You do a great job for them to we will be back in a moment with Rosemary Ellen guy. Lee. She is in England, and we are going there with her next. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. 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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:17 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is is law. Mic two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is is the book called why planes crash David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I read issued it under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so we'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away. Joseph gopher Joe good. It david. Now, I understand a black boxes on its way. The French twenty two labs to be analyzed evaluated. What do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight to really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that the the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the software itself is responding to signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those. That's where you would know what we get off that box is going to tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct. The lane hair. Accident are the same things that would fix what happened to be opium airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question software. Does do that. It doesn't continuously there. Seven different computers, actually that work in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus they're seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets haywire. And the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the BFA system yet. David how long have the max jets? It's been in circulation just a couple of years, actually. And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence. They are that that the fixes that they had put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all the angle would I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So it's just replace all the angle of attack indicators probably would have been my response now with the second crash, would you have young? I would not have hesitated. One second with the airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's it's warming as many wires as go back and forth between the AOL indicator and in cash the. Flight data controller. That's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gonna live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of. The CEO of if you opium, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July dare who is who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a got ready to tell him. But he's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I've made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you can do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole careers based around saving lives. Oh, it's something. You can never never. Forget let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. George end, David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show Appalachia and so much over the years that listen to you or mart Steve staff or staff. Does it? We're we're we're we're just the facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me, you're yeah. I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. You know as as. David. Couple of questions and. And you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto ver I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Ten of running ramp that we launch forty aircraft today and turn them. So side, a certified I also have my now this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the color set. It's all here's my question for David Kay. See g center of gravity for the plane. What is the commercial airline? No what? What? My team had the do to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for. People that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's out of bounds. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy nine. To get at seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too law. That's almost the whole runaway. Yeah, they well during the foreign and no return as you. Well know, right that you just gotta throttle up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as say flip flop went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive why didn't for new lease principle. Kick which Craig tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. Also, the okay good questions. Thank you much overhead. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected the news too much because you know, it wasn't that pronounced that. It happened in. There were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, the I do believe the Sarah gravity caused that in the load shift. And that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with this airline that happened there. So certainly sooner gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center of gravity related on. This is because we do show that there's anomalies in signals that came from the the Anglo attack indicator. And and the responses that that we have readings from on that were streamed through the ESP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have is to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angled attack indicator actually had eroneous readings coming out the show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb win the crash was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. Even if the planes were flying today, would you get on a seven thirty seven max. You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be some place in the last minute, they swapped out max eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter or more my family to get on it. That's a good question. And good point good point. I I've gotta tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. Uh-huh. I'll tell you that. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was -bility to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that indication problem, you know, time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph. And San Diego's with us Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, David, Gerald Kia. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about a few things that I thought was we're possible. But I know Nancy got all the information. But you know, he should have stayed to watch and the the IBM computer. And but I think they already know what's wrong. But, but my my my theory is is that the nose of the aircraft is I just definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not a scientist, but also intuitive. But I I saw this coming months ago. I knew there was going to be big crashes. I with this with this plane or just crashes ingenious planes because I am intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake. And then some soon is, but okay, the point is I think it's nose and these engines are huge and this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small it's a smaller design, and they think that. That the question of them not having time to put up appropriate software is absolutely ludicrous. Like, they were a lot of these countries are over their head with this with these planes, and they're not trained at the latest crashed the gentleman had two hundred hours away should have fifteen minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was. But I think I have had something to do with the with the nose and the desire for the nose and the and the engines being too large. And then when they have the problem with that they they can't has a it's going in the wrong direction. Then they they that software is not going to help..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

14:18 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Following up on that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islamic mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called White Plains crash. David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I read issued it under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they loved it. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph gopher. Good it, David. Now, I understand the black boxes on its way. The France twenty two labs to be analyzed evaluated. What information do you speculate will be gleaned from that process? And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight, the two really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that get the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. What? What would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the software itself is responding to signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct the way and air accident are the same things that would fix what happened to the opium airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question software. Does do that. It doesn't continuously there. Seven different computers, actually that work in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus they're seven, but they all work in sync. With each other. And if one software gets hey wears and the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the FAA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence they are that that the fixes that they put in play with with fix the problem, and that notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all the angle that would I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angle of attack indicators is probably would have been my response now with the second crash would you yanked? I would not have hesitated. One second because with that airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information. You needed had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming, it's. Many wires as go back and forth between the AOL indicator and in cash from the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gonna live with themselves on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of CEO of Ethiopian he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July Adair who is who serves with the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a government to tell him that. He's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of a company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. It's something you can never never forget. Let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. Hey, george. And David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show apple earned so much over the years. So that listen to you are our staff staff does it's we're we're we're we're just the facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs great folks, they're the ones who see you're you're a management person. Like me. You're, hey, I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. You know, as as but David have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your stops are. I know the investigations motto ver I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them so side, a certified I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there, but I have my via far. Pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the color set. It's off. Here's my question for David. C g center of gravity the plane. What is the commercial airline? I know what? What? My team had to do to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's out of bounds. So that's why. Them two hundred and seventy nine. To get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is way too long. That's almost the whole runaway. Yeah. Well, during a foreign and no return issue. Well, now, right that you just gotta throttle up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as say flip flop went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive why didn't for new lease principal kick. Which Craig tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. Also, the okay good questions. Thank you much. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crashed which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that. It happened in. There were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, the I do believe the center of gravity caused that in the load shift, and that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with the atlas airlines that happened there. So certainly sooner gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's anomalies in signals that came from the the angle of attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that they were streamed through the DSP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have as to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angled attack indicator. Actually had ruinous readings coming out the show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb when the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. So even if the planes were flying today, would you get on a seven thirty seven max. You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out max eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter or my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good point. I I've gotta tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. I'll tell you. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was their ability to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because communication problem. You know time for a couple more. Calls first time caller Joseph and San Diego's with us Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, david. Did see I I I don't have much time. So I I was going to talk about a few things that I thought was were possible. But I know the Nassar's got all the information. But I should have said they are watching the the IBM, computer. And but I think they already know what's wrong. But, but my my my theory is that the the nose of the aircraft is is definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not scientists, but also intuitive. But I I saw this coming months ago. I knew there was gonna be big crashes. With this with this plane or just crashes planes because I am an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake in some scenarios. But okay, the point is I think it's the nose in these engines are huge and this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small it's smaller design, and I think that the that the question of them not having time to put up the appropriate software, and it's absolutely ludicrous. I think we're a lot of these countries are over their head with this with these planes, and they're not trained at the latest crashed is the gentleman had two hundred hours way should have seen a minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was. But I think if I had something to do with the with the nose and the design of the nose and the and the engines being too large. And then when you have the problem with that, they they can't has a it's going in the wrong direction. Then. Then they that software is not going to help..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:41 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Following up on that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is is law. Mic two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called White Plains crash. David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as availables it used to be. It was all sold out. So I reassured it under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they loved it. We'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away. Joseph gopher Joe, good, David. Now, I understand that black box. It's on its way to France twenty two labs to be analyzed evaluated. What information do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also, why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make an adjustment to the main software while the plane is in flight to really good questions. But what what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that that the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the anger. Attack indicator was giving wrong signal or if the software is self is responding to signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct the lane air accident are the same things that would fix what happened to Ethiopia and airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question. Software does do that. It doesn't continuously. There's seven different computers actually that work in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus there's seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets, hey, wires and the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the FAA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence. They are that the fixes that they put in play would would fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all the angle with. I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angles attack indicators probably would have been my response now with the second crash. Would you young? I would not have hesitated. One second that airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there's no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees my God. I they're shouting and screaming, it's it's as many wires as go back and forth between the AOL indicator and in cash in the. Flight data controller. That's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gonna live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of. The CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July dare who's who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a got ready to tell him that he's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I've made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you do when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. It's something you can never never forget. Let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. Hey, george. N David George. First of all, thank you for having such an educational show up aligned some much over the years that listen to you a Mark. Our staff or staff does it's we're we're we're we're just the facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me, you're I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. Yeah. No as as but David a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto over I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Ten of them running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them. Saw side a certified I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the collar set. It's off. Here's my question for David. Okay. C g center of gravity the plane. What is the commercial airline? I know what? What? My team had to do to validate the CG. And I wanted this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's out of bounds. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too long. That's almost the whole runaway. Yeah, they love there's a foreign and no return as you. Well know, right that you just got throttle up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as they flip flop. Tila, went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive why didn't for new lease principal kick. Which crate tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly bolsa the okay good questions. Thank you much. David. What do you think? Well, the list address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected the news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. And there were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, I do believe the center of gravity caused that load shift, and that's what we're what we're expecting at this point that that's what happened with less airline that happened there. So certainly certainly gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center of gravity related on this. Because we we do show that there's a nominees in signals that came from the angle of attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that they were streamed through date ESP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have is to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angled attack indicator actually had ruinous readings coming up this show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb when the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. Even if the planes were flying today, would you get on a seven thirty seven max. You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out Amax eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter, nor my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good point. I I gotta tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. I'll tell you. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand and four or five I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was the ability to understand the manuals new, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because indication problem, you know, time for a couple more. Calls first time caller Joseph and San Diego's with us Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, David, Gerald. I I don't have much time..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:42 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islamic two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David sushi is our special guest. David, of course, has is the book called White Plains crash. David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I reassured it under a nother title called safer skies. Okay. And so they loved it. We'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph gopher job. Good. It david. Now, I understand that black box. It's on its way to France twenty two labs to be analyzed. Evaluated. What information? Do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make an Syria adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight to really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that get the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving wrong signal or if the software itself is responding to a signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that. Bucks is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct the lane here. Accident are the same things that would fix what happened to easy opium airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question. Software does do that. It doesn't continuously there. Seven different computers, actually that work in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus they're seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets, hey, wires and the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the art official intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the BFA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash would lion air. No, I would not have done. I I would have been just as confidence they are that that the fixes that they put in play would would fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training testing all the angle that would I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angles attack indicators is probably would have been my response now with the second crash. Would you young? I would not hesitated. One second. That that airplane? You have streaming data that airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guaranteed. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming. It's warming many wires as go back and forth between the AO indicator and in cash in the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's got to live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July hair who is who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a got ready to tell him that. He's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in the situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and and you live with that the rest of your life changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. Oh, it's something you can never never. Forget let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. Hey, George end, David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. I belonged so much over the years. So that listen to you Mark Steve staff staff does it, we're we're we're we're just a facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me, you're, hey, I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. You know as as. David have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto over I spent thirty eight years working for one company ten of running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them. So side, a certified I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. Asked my via far. Private pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said it's or maybe one of the color set. It's here's my question for David. Okay. C g center of gravity for the plane. What is a commercial airline? No what? My team had to do to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's out of bounds. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is way too long. That's almost the whole runway. Yeah. Well, there's a foreign and no return issue. Well, no, right. That you just got throttle up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet and say flip flop went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive, why didn't burn new principal. Which creates high and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. Also, the okay good question. Thank you much. Go ahead. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I and another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. And there were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, the I do believe the center of gravity caused that in the load shift, and that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with the atlas airline that happened there. So certainly certainly gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and has caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center of gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's a nominees in signals that came from the the angle of attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that were streamed through the DSP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have as to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the angles attack indicator. You're actually had ruinous readings coming up this show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb when the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. The planes were flying today. Would you get on a seven thirty seven max? You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out max eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter or nor my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good, quite I gotta tell you though. I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. Mhm? I'll tell you that. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was their ability to understand the manuals new, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that communication problem. You know time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph. And San Diego's with Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, david. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about a few things that I..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is is law. Mic two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called why planes crash David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I reassured it under another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they'll update that. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph go for it. Good it, David. Now, I understand black boxes on its way. The French twenty two labs to be analyzed and evaluated. What do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight. The two really good questions. But what what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points to get the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the software itself is responding to a signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct the lane here. Accident are the same things that would fix what happened to easy opium airplane. So that's on the black box. The second question. Software does do that. It doesn't continuously there. There's seven different computers actually that work in in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus there's seven, but they all were in sync with each other. And if one software gets, hey, wires and the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence, which hasn't been actually approved for use within the the FAA system yet David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually. And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence. They are that that the fixes that they had put in play with with fix the problem, and that's notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all angle what I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angles attack indicators probably would have been my response now with the second crash. Would you young? I would not have hesitated. One second. Airplane? You have streaming data that airplane had all the information. You needed had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development? No exactly what went wrong. Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's warming as many wires as go back and forth between the AO indicator and in cash in the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gonna live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July there who is who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a guy to tell him that he's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I've made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory. And what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. Oh, it's it's something. You can never never forget. Let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. Hey, george. And David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. I learned so much over the years of that listen to you and our staff or staff does it we're we're we're we're just a facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me, you're, hey, I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. Yeah. No as as, but David I have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto over I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them. So side a certified. I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. But I have my via far. Pilot's license..

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"ceo gabriela" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"ceo gabriela" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islamic two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is is the book called why planes crash David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I read issued it under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so then update that let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph gopher. Joe good it, David. Now, I understand black boxes on its way the French twenty two labs to be analyzed evaluated. What information do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make an Syria judgments to the main software while the plane is in flight to really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points. That's the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the. Software itself is responding to signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is going to tell us whether or not the software fixes the Boeing is proposing to send out in April are gonna actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct. The lane hair. Accident are the same things that would fix what happened to easy opium airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question. Software does do that. It doesn't continuously there. Seven different computers, actually that work in in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus they're seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets hey wears and the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would fall under the artificial intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the BFA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence. They are that that the fixes that they had put in play would would fix the problem, and that notifying the pilots and training them. Testing all the angle, I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angle of attack indicators is probably would have been my response now with the second crash, would you have young? I would not have hesitated. One second. With the airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guaranteed. Oh my God. Shouting and screaming as many wires as go back and forth between the AO indicator and in cash in the flight data controller that's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gotta live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July had air who is who serves with the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a got ready to tell him that. He's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in the situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that you know, I've made some safety decisions or didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the.

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