17 Burst results for "Tens Of Thousands Of Data"

"tens thousands data" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"And when i say commodities really looking at commoditisation on the horizon i think Epic games recently announced a human creator which is going to be free and out this year so anybody will be able to make one of these really awesome but a real faces. I we're still like you know one to two years away from synthetic voices getting better in the next one to two years everybody will have access to the technology to make a great looking face or you know the the virtual influence the static image on instagram. That doesn't talk There are companies. You know who started doing that. For years ago. Where production costs exorbitantly high. And they were claiming they were a virtual characters but the religious posing real models photo shopping. Cgi had on top. And the technology's really just not interesting. So i don't. I don't think that it's a fatal flaw. But i think that people who are working on that side of the spectrum are underestimating. How far away the conversational. Ai pieces and i've heard so many people let go like waiting for g. P. t. three access and like it's it's all going to work out and then like you know couple of people who are like. Oh we tried. Gpc three it's really slow off the rails doesn't even know about cova because it was trained before kobe. All all of these various things but zona fatal flaw for avatar technology. Because i think like with epic games matt humans the use case that they have in mind far future yes conversational a one hundred percent on their radar but today like i think they're more interested in moving obviously first and foremost core business game character production and those are all scripted. Pc's as part of the game and then also more real production so these characters being used in movies media entertainment so there's still going to be a huge market for digital production which doesn't mean conversational ai to be successful but for people who are marketing that they have like an a character virtual character that can scale to you know. Talk to really connect one on one with an audience at once are not going to be able to deliver on that vision With the tools that are available today we know very few exceptions which if there are companies out there like ours have data and half working on this for a long time. We'll have been building discreet. Unspecific character. And so i. I could see that. I think that makes a lotta sense. So you mentioned meta humans from unreal engine. Are you thinking about either using that for kooky or maybe another character that you would develop. They would have the the human like characteristics or are you going to stick with the the more illustrated format so in terms of developing her new avatar her latest. Look we ran extensive user testing with our existing fanbase. We ended up collecting ten thousand data. Points actually more than ten thousand And we were testing to see if people had a preference along a range of spectrum so we tested gender like male female we tested an age range. Although for cookie the challenges like she's always been gender female like she's always been like for eighteen so she kind of has the back story that people are used to and we tested. Do people want like stylized versus photo real or do people even like non-human looking characters. Like they want the. I look like an actual robot and overwhelmingly what we found was a preference for you know female gender and actually a preference for stylized not photo real knees were static images not anything that was creepy with beyond kenya valley. Like all the tests we did. Were settling people setting out what they wanted to wanted her to look like while they were chatting and so that was very very.

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"The punishment that mata will usually receiving that is that the boss actually impossible. Because i will set him up to think he can bite but he can so he receives negative punishment and if he makes a bad decision. Got like yeah like you didn't get reinforced. Because i made you think that you'll aleisha was logging after each a decoy. But it's not and now we don decisions over and that would be step one and the dog goes shit. I made that happen. And that is a punishment to me. Session is getting everything taken. And then depending on the dog knowledge and where he's at and blah blah by could become physical planet like. It could be like here. He's penalty and then you get the opportunity again like there's a million ways that that could take on so many different forms but i just want people to understand why punishment it means like. Oh i'm going to decrease the frequency on the likelihood of that behavior. One way or another you know make it happen and that can take on so many different forms bounce all over the place. We haven't even answered any questions all right. Well we really went into that It's an interesting topic and one that is subjective to the viewpoints of many people in different ways. I think you mentioned a point before way. Some people give an opinion based on their experience with the dog. But they don't the experience of dogs plural. so they know it singular. They don't know the actual plural application. Because they just they lacking experience themselves in relations with the and especially with like dog behavior in general where people have given me. And i'm not talking about people who had just fly by nadh as i'm talking about people who are experienced dog man dog women i liked. I've bain around some dogs but they haven't been randall. Lauda dog so they. They viewpoint is very narrow. Where i've spoken to while the people and usually they used. Is you know leaving trying to learn something specific. I don't really care what they relatively experiences because they are the master in doing whatever they're doing. Yeah but if they have broad knowledge on things and i need access to that like on. Pick trying to pick people's brian who've been in the field for a long time and they can draw a conclusion. Ira a vast array of experiences in behaviors. We're all guilty of that. I am for sure because you can only work with the data points that you have absolutely and so when someone says this dog growling and you've only ever seen dogs growl ratio scouting you you say. That dog is resource cutting because of only ever seen that lead to that and then when we all do it. Yeah and then. When i've got ten points and now all for different things now i can say okay. I need a sick and data points. He's growling and ariz hackles up he plying. There's lots of different things that can open that up. And then when you've got ten thousand data points you can go like all right. The next step is this the next position we can get to what it's more likely to abate but we're all guilty of it because you can only work off the data points that you have only if you're trying to dogs only got ten dogs to on absolutely a funny just slightly sidestepping for a minute before we go into next topic. Have you a fan of on. Instagram mc doja. life man. You've gotta get on that. What is that. Got onto that from rogin. It's about all these fake. Masha llah and you know as teachers who they all these energy you know like people running at them and all of sudden they spiral often hit a wall and scifo and it just got me thinking of. She teaches with this students..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Wrote it up here the first all women woman Mars analog log grew just returned to Earth in Hawaii they been in the eye sees habitat. That is the name for the White Space Exploration Annalong in simulation relation. It's a Mars base for human researchers that sets on a remote slope of Mona Lewi Volcano January four at about four PM local local. They they Went into habitat and returned out an eight hundred ten women. This was the the first all female mission and The results of that is The mccown here one two three four five six I think is only seven women but anyway Boy Information that linked to be up in the show notes following an International Operation Tapia season shutdown. A website called wheat leak impo this old heavy user data from over one ten thousand data breaches so As part of the Operation Leasing Ellen's North Ireland arrested to twenty two year olds will be connected to the site. Meanwhile the by working coronation with a police forces in Europe took down the main for the saint redirected to a seizure notice. We League impo claim to have over twelve billion user names and passwords. That's word siphoned from Ron Ten thousand three hundred breaches at various companies. The site offered access to all the INFO via subscription starting as low as two bucks. Hey Eh they made a lot of money for the two bucks really. was that worth going to jail for fleas over over on the BBC. They got a pretty good documentary. Not Documentary.

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What's the weather maps a little more Saturday in the park because they nobody ever going out and doing it in the park tomorrow here in Chicago or today yeah we can we can dream it'll be accident a few months away everybody our friend David Soucie is on the phone with us White Plains crash dot com is his web site his book on MH three seventy was fasting did let's and just for a second I'd love to touch on MH three seventy because we've gone back and forth over the years with the thinking on what happened well if you change your mind at all and refresh me because I've talked to several people as you as you and I have been talked about about the other people I've had on the show in their theories where are you at and and and do you think we're ever going to find the rest of the aircraft or more a yeah I I can't believe that more hasn't come floating a shorter from that aircraft well it is you know is far as my position on it I am I was on the verge of jumping ship on verge of of going with the the most popular belief which is that the pilot you know committed suicide and and took the lives of everybody on board that airplane because that's what everybody seems to think right now and I had research Sydney going that direction because one of the most incriminating pieces of evidence was what they claim to be his flight simulator the head of the house right that he had flown that pattern and many times and floated out and they found evidence of this separate setter so we end in keeping with that I've been with many investigators and I said okay I need to see the look of the show it to me and all of the old job jump right on ship with that's there that evidence is real and it's their show to me and and all do the analysis on it we'll figure it out plugin I've got a we talked about the algorithm that I use for acts and best cations which is what I used in the book image three seventy book and to come to the conclusion that it was really it could have been that are less likely are part more likely would be the mac mechanical failure occurred in my mind at least to the algorithm but if I put that in is that particular fact emailed rhythmic comes back yeah it was a suicide but you know what no one's produced it they say it exists everybody's doesn't exist there race has they have it made they got it but there's no evidence that that actually occurred so at this point is just you know innuendo so I'm I'm not really there yet for sure and when you think we will ever have some closure on that or do you think this is going to be a millionaire her door some of the other mysteries of of aviation I'll tell you is gonna be a miraculous thing if they do find anything else that tells us what that are playing as I I really don't think at this point that anything's going to show up if it was can anything addressed who's gonna come up to tell us give us clues about it you would have already there's five pieces of evidence I've looked at so far that have come up on the on the the beaches at renew neon and and then medic Askar that are pieces of that airplane but the really no specific clues that would tell us exactly what would be your what happened I'm five years down the road now or or no weight to the book came out five years ago so when was the actual crash it was March of what twenty fourteen twenty fourteen yeah you know so we're coming up on seven years since the crash no I'm sorry we six years rash six we're coming on so right if they somehow stumbled upon the plane tomorrow and brought the black boxes up are they likely to still have some data on them that could be recovered most definitely it would all be there there's no question in my mind and unless it was unless the the boxes were destroyed upon impact to level that not recoverable but typically that doesn't happen because the boxes third third two boxes one of them is in the tail of the aircraft so if it comes down nose first which is most most common obviously the impact by the time the impact is absorbed by the aircraft at the tip of the boxes don't really get that many Jesus before Saddam specially in a water landing so the I think it would be intact I think we'd still be able to get paid off of that it's so easy problem like the little SD card the ten year in your phone again so it's it's hard it's so hard etched into that card all that data there's about ten thousand data points that we can get from that card what about the been sitting at the bottom of the sea with the pressure of the water would that affect the black boxes are they built to withstand even that yeah actually those kind of pressures actually are are better preserving that you remember the their France crash that sat under under water under deep pressure water for two and a half years and and in looking at that site the accident the resting place for those so the souls Iran boarded the aircraft itself it was completely preserved there was no articles or anything like that because nothing attached to to anything at that depth so it actually helps to preserve it as long as when you bring it up you did that would be very you have to be very cautious about that is when you do find the black boxes of the depth like that you have to seal it completely and maintain that pressure you brought it up and then and then slowly and systematically reduce the pressure and replace them with salt water with fresh water and then I looked at that point you can start to examine the box would take about a year to extract the data but you could do it wow it took about a year that's the have been tense okay so let's ask about now you mention that you recently flown a simulator for the seven thirty seven Max is this with all the changes in place that they hope to present to the FAA or was it the previous version what are you flying actually I didn't actually fly it there's a simulator is large enough to hold about I don't know six people or so okay and so I stood behind the pilot that was flying it the pilot was an Australian pilot that it was to flying but just wasn't enough time and space but the quiet but her and I am not a comer I'm not a professional commercial pilot I'm an accident investigator so little bit different role okay but none none the less so we ran through the software as it was during the during the accident the if you'll be in a line or accidents we ran it through there we do we're able to recreate that that the kill your word tries to drive the nose downdraft nose down drive the nose down repetitively and eventually gets to the place where you can't over write it and it pushes the nose down to a non recoverable situation so we were able to replicate that with the old software then they put the new software in with that has redundant angle of attack indicator input from both of them and if one of them fails then the system automatically cuts off it it turns off and that's a good thing you know you say well why do they need in the first place if you turned off you can play it just fine well the reason that it is supposed to be there is maybe it's hard to explain over the radio but none the less when you win a pilot pulled back on the stick there's there on the the they're supposed to be a constant pressure about it goes from ten then it doubles to in a few inches will doubled twenty thirty forty fifty as you pull it back and that's a regulation that the FAA put in there to make sure that the pilots in a matic situation that they don't just hold the controls back and ripped the tale of the airplane off the is supposed to continually in increase that input so when they put the more powerful engines on this airplane it didn't do that it was that there is an area and there were you pull back it would be like ten pounds twenty pounds in there go to twenty two instead of thirty no go twenty three instead of forty so they had to put something in it an input so that it met that we get regulations so that the flight controls have always been stable on this airplane which made it difficult is trying to meet those regulations and they're there for a reason but that's what caused the problems then cast so in the flight simulator we're able to wreak recreated the new software and and now it now it did pull back the way that it was supposed to and there was no nose down situation at all it appeared to me that it was completely back to normal normal operations and then the safeguards were put in place so I'm convinced that the new software was was fine and the fear quips ready go back in the service you mentioned earlier that the planes in the U. S. that had some issues but overcame the more easily had an upgraded option on the plane where they had sort of a second warning or had a second area that was telling them their angle of attack they have an indicator that so what they could do then is if the nose is being pushed down the what that's telling them is that they're angled attacks too steep so what they could do is look at the you look at the heads up display or look at the monitor and it would show them that the angle of attack indicator is normal but yet is responding as though it's not normal so that would tell them Hey there's something wrong and then they would reach down and turn off the and caste system whereas the pilots that don't have that wouldn't that wouldn't have thought to do that as Boeing made that now an automatic upgrade or what they think about doing that or do you think they should do that now but it is it is an automatic upgrade it's it's on all the models and actors and additional indicators well that's for the nurse well just to show the left angle of attack indicators not aligned with the right angle of attack indicator so it goes beyond even what they owe the tacky as it goes to like the single malt it tells the complete does compared analysis between the two and if it doesn't jive then it just cuts in Boca did I want to say read a headline earlier this week that now there was an issue that was brought forward that there's some concerns that some of the wiring might be too close together on the plane as well are are there other issues that Boeing is now going to have to tackle before the seven thirty seven Max gets recertified yeah there are a few as I mentioned before they upgraded the the impact of failure from major to catastrophic so what that means is that now there's other clients and and that requirement in this case for the wiring is that the the wires that go to they come from and go to the angle of attack indicators the end and other devices within the entire system but if you if you have something penetrated the Air France and came in and cut cut the wires in a particular area if you have two systems to redundant systems are wired in same location then you can see how that penetration would cut up all systems because colocated so under and that's fine and of major catastrophic catastrophic designation but if you look at the catastrophic nation then you couldn't have those wires co located so they had to be located in different areas so that's what they're referring to the wiring so now they have to rewire it put the wires in two different locations within a certain penetrated the aircraft it wouldn't take full systems out same time is that sort of what happened with the DC ten wasn't that an issue with.

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on X96

X96

12:16 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on X96

"Candidate number one I'm a person of color he does not offend me said represent Mike Kelly on Tuesday in reference to president Donald trump's racist tweets representative Kelly a Republican from Pennsylvania says is not offended by president trump's comments telling for Congress woman of color to go back to the crime infested places they came from Kelly who is white said I too am a person of color use me they talk about people of color one a person of color I'm white I'm gonna blow section people say things all the time but I don't get offended real all real story yeah how bout you go back where you came from them almost a Harrisburg almost all further Natalie sources of the term a person of color referred people of mixed African ancestry later black people in general well the exact definition a person of color has varied over time and place in the United States today typically refers to any person who is not white or of European descent that's not you I'm a person of color now he if you all go back to where you came from Ireland's gonna get pretty crowded he tried to he tried to back pedal it and say I was just using it as an example of your racism that's the exam on our end of that number one here's Bernard candidate number two I was hoping to make enough to not money to buy a good to pay it this is so if you go to actually six dot com slash live you should be able see this guy police in Spain have arrested a man in park but knows International Airport while allegedly trying to hope high thirty thousand dollars worth of cocaine under his to pass and it's it's not very she says all it's like a it's like a mortgage with Ortiz the Colombian man on a flight arriving from Bogota caught their attention last month because he looked nervous and he was wearing a number an oversize wake under his head coach that behavior Perrelli the police to search the man and asked him to remove his hairpiece they discovered that he had half a kilo of cocaine stuck to his head eight he I mean it's just it's just ridiculous looking **** candidate number two I was hoping to make enough money to buy a good to pay coming up in a moment **** candidate number three when she is on a tax cut money huh owner candidate number three for round one coming up after this big going news and opinion window brought to you by health insurance should be personal with doctors you know and trust in your neighborhood quality care from award winning hospitals and doctors that's what you get with university of Utah health plans choose you well the Disney corporation that is the people say don't believe Abigail Disney she well why in Disney how Walt Disney company disputed Abigail Disney's allegations against the company which claimed that she went under cover at Disneyland and discovered several employees struggling to make ends meet as I wrote for the Deseret News Disney heiress Abigail Disney said in an interview with you all who the Disneyland workers told her they had to pick through other people's food in order to eat Walt Disney company disputed the claims in a statement to CNN calling Abigail Disney's words particularly agree just and the reports baseless the company said you wouldn't normally comment on the remarks but this time they couldn't let it stand is widely reported stoned is a gross an unfair exec your generation of the facts that is not only miss representation but also an insult to the thousands of employees or part of the Disney community on what you ask Disney employees and I think I think they'll be honest with you Abigail Disney who is the granddaughter of Walt know of what Roy yeah waltz brother has repeatedly spoken out against Disney CEO Bob Iger specifically highlighting how high his salary is compared to the workers at the company and she said she went under cover and talked to a lot of employees and they were not happy with their pay I mean it's it's it's like a joke in Hollywood you know this the employees are paid poorly treated for about conversely didn't keep paying because area from scoring is thirteenth prime time an Emmy nomination the actor who has voiced acted on almost six hundred and fifty episodes of The Simpsons was nominated for an outstanding character voice over performance on Tuesday despite the controversy surrounding one of the characters he is most known for match up although up who has not been a really in evidence much since this all came about the Indian American character is increasingly criticized is coming across as an offensive stereo type and while not officially off the show has been effectively silenced on the series this past season what he says he won't do it anymore Z. is that what he said he is he does many many other voices lining of others him since he does mo and Carl she forgot your man and Kirk the Kirk is of mill houses dad yes I'm sorry in he's so but anyway he was nominated for an Emmy for his work on the Simpson's in in general windstorms stranded several swimmers and boaters at sand hollow reservoir Saturday requiring three rescues with the assistance of Washington County search and rescue first responders now urging visitors to take precautions with gusts of up to forty miles an hour in southern Utah through went through last night a sergeant Gerald Cassian search and rescue liaison for Washington County so thirty mile an hour winds and dust clouds rolled in hot visitors at sand hollow by surprise it'll be really Coleman and all of a sudden the wind just kicks up and within five minutes you have white caps on the water tents and tarps flew up into the air as boaters and swimmers pride to make it to the shore a girl held onto a boat to keep from slamming into the dock at quatre index finger and and you shoot the chopped off the end of all anger couch Washington County search and rescue gave the fifteen year old medical attention put her finger on ice and took her to Dixie regional where they sewed it back on thirteen Philadelphia these officers our being dismissed they are firing them because they have all thirteen of them in there may be more have views racist and offensive comments on social media reading to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer sources told the newspaper as many as thirteen officers will be suspended with intent to dismiss on Friday it's not immediately clear who the officers are or what they may have posted last month Philadelphia police launched an investigation it's a social media post by officers that included Confederate imagery anti Muslim sentiments violent rhetoric and racist comments seventy two officers were taken off of the streets and placed on administrative duty following allegations that officers posted hateful and racist content online the social media posts were compiled by the plain view project which describes itself as a database of public Facebook posts and comments made by current and former cops from several jurisdictions across the US and two thousand nineteen and well you know they have the perfect example Ian yeah in our president assailed democratic representative you along Omar North Carolina rally last night this crowd of supporters broke into a chant shouting in unison send her back then as Caitlyn call once reported on this a problem pause for a moment to let the chant grow in momentum the reactions were swift former Obama speechwriter and pod save America hose drawn Fabbro hold up one of the most chilling horrifying things he's ever seen in politics a former representative or former chair of the bush aide Tim Miller tweeted I'd say to my friends in DC going along with trump imagine how this video of the president leading a white mob in a send her back chant targeting a black refugees gonna looking your kids high school government in his classes at the end of this program Chris Cuomo some things up so simply on his believe it's a radio program from points to make America great again but what he means is he wants to make America great again any thinks this is how he's going to win what do you know what though yeah yeah people love it some people like doesn't white people his base his base is shrinking his base is shrinking there are people that say yes these are things I've been using and finally someone is saying it out loud we can say that out loud now okay but it's his base is shrinking so hopefully I think that the I think that women and I hope young people I hope so you know I I was talking to my daughter about this the other day she's been following this very closely and she had a really interesting observation she said mom picture a Chinese person can you picture in Chinese I am right picture a Mexican person all right wait I'm picturing the Chinese press both then she said picture an American okay well that's either a Chinese person or a no point being you know there's pretty much one thing that comes to mind when you think Chinese person you know what I mean like you picture someone that looks a certain way when their trade what you say American what can be I think yeah and it's always been that way so trying to get back to some white America it the American is anything Americans Chinese and Mexican and well that's different that's sort of been our propaganda for over two hundred years where that we're this is where the streets are paved with gold and you don't come here and make something of your salary think so the the these people who are coming here they're just following our propaganda what we put out all I don't understand why it's a problem is everything buddy you're right young people and women I've got to save us you know I but it should but it's never been it has been ever been the house when the Irish came here they hated the I I remember yeah I'm the Italians came here they hated the Italian cruise may the what whoever was here where are the Americans all American that's the point Gina I don't know that I know that but if you're trying to get you know don't this is a modern phenomenon either it's not no no no that's what my point that's exactly my point there's no one old white America that we're trying to get back to it's always been a nation of immigrants the point is is that it shouldn't be this way in twenty nineteen we should have involved by now you would hope yeah but it doesn't seem to have happened not gonna get Star Trek am I no one wants to hear Salt Lake City has been rated as one of the best cities for a quickie a quickie yeah if you have any family members that have never visited Utah perhaps this news will encourage them to make a trip with the rising trend of quick last minute getaways also known quickie okay that's not what I thought you online travel site hotwire has put together the America's best cities for a quickie trip the site analyzed more than ten thousand data points across two hundred fifty cities key factors for spontaneous two to three night trip for a quickie are bang.

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:45 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"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 Islamic two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand shed story. All right back to David sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called White Plains, gresh, 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 another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx, take it away. Joseph go for good it, David. Now, I understand the black boxes on its way to French twenty two labs to be analyzed 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 two really good questions. But 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 wrong signal or if the soccer 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 the 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 if you be. So that's on the black box. Second question suffered 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 there's seven, but they all were in sync with each other. And if one software gets wires and the other one takes over for it, but doesn't 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 bowling would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with line air. No, I would not have done. I would have been just as confidence. They are that that the Sixers that they had put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training testing all dangled 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? I would not have hesitated. One second. The airplane. You have streaming data. Then they're playing 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 guarantees. Oh my God. After shouting and screaming. Wires as go back and forth between the indicator and in cash from the flight data controller, that's how many things are 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 and I sent a message to him to send a governor 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 Boeing is saying this happened to that happen. 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 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. 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. I learned so much over the years. Listen to your heart. Our 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 management person. Like me, you're yeah. I'm not the smartest guy that I surround myself. That's the trick. But. David a couple of questions and. And you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations might over. I spent eight years working for one company ten running away that we'd launch forty aircraft today and carrying them. So side, a certified also have my I notice a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. But I have my via far, private pilots license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the color ship. It's simple. Here's my question for David. Okay. E G center of gravity for the plane. What is a commercial airline? What? My team had to do to validate the CG and want 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 notch to get at seven thirty seven off the ground, which is way too long. That's almost the whole runway. Yeah, they love there's a foreign no return as you. Well know, right that you just gotta throb up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as they 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 for new principal kick in which creates high and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. 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. 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 in the load shift, and that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with. Yeah. Airline that hasn't there? So certainly sooner 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 gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's a nominees in the signals that came from the the angle of attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that stream through the 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 angled attack indicator actually had ruinous readings coming out the show twenty five hundred foot 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 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. But I would not do is ask my granddaughter 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 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, 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 in technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that communication problem. You time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph and San Diego's with Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, George, David. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about these things that I. I thought was possible. But I know Nassar's got all the information. But I should have watching the IBM computer, and you, 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 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 in get planes because I am an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake, and the sooner is, but the point is I think it's the nose, and he's engines are huge, and it's plain it's not a seven forty seven. It's a small it's a smaller design, and I think that the question of them not having enough time to put up 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. The leaves crashes. The gentleman had two hundred hours wake should have fifteen minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was. I think I had something to do with the with the nose and the desire of the nose and the and the engines being too large. And then when you have the problem with this. They they can't has a it's going in the wrong direction. Then they the software's not gonna help. So he throw it into automatic on automatic pilot..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:59 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" 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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"tens thousands data" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" 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 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 really did under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And. Update that. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph go for. Joe good, David. Now, I understand black boxes on its way. The franchise 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 to really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points 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 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 the 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 Ethiopian 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 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 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..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

14:54 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yeah. 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 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 a 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 gopher. Joe good, David. Now, I understand the black boxes on its way to France twenty two labs to be analyzed if 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 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. 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 going to tell us whether or not the software fixes the 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 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 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 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 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 the fixes that they had put in play with with 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 it's just replace all the angle of 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 my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's it's got as many wires as go back and forth between the AO 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 Gabrielle of the CEO of if you opium, you know, he struggles with it in. I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July had who is who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a ready to tell him that he's not alone. 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 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 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. And David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple earned so much over the years. Listen to you. Dr. 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 your Europe 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 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 ramp that we 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. Pie pilot's license. So 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 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. Them two hundred and seventy miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too long. It's almost the whole runaway. Yeah. Well, during a 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 principal kick. Yeah. Which Craig high and low pressure it really makes aircraft fly. Okay. Good questions. Thank you much overhead. 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, 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 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 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 there were streamed through day 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 angled attack indicator. Are actually had ruinous readings coming on 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 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 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 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 in 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, David, Gerald. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about these things that I thought were possible. But I know the Nassar's got all the information. But I should have said to Watson, 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 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 gonna be big crashes. With this with this plane or just crashes planes because I I the intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake, and some sooner is, but the point is I think it's the nose in these engines are huge in this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small. It's Muller design anything that 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 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 had 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 they have the problem with the they they can't has a it's going in the wrong direction. Then they the software is not going to help. So the code into automatic an automatic pilot. And then there's where they go wrong. They're not trained. Let's get David's thoughts on that. If we can't show something schematics, what this command IX, no into their computer models show that if the nose was too big or the engines were too big, it's not gonna work. Yeah. It would it would. But you know, what it was his intuition? Maybe what he's hearing or. Speculating about in the nose is that that's where all the electron IX in the controls the castle all of this equipment is bay is in the nose. So perhaps that's what he's referring to..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

14:00 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"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 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 issued it under a. Title called safer skies. Okay. And so they loved it update. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph gopher. Joe good it, David. Now, I understand the 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 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 a signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that bus is going to tell us whether or not the software fixes the 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 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, 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 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 would would fix the problem, and notifying the pilots and training 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 yourself. 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 that 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. I accident. Do you think that those and 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 all my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's warm 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 Gabrielle 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 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 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 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. Forget let's go now to Stephen and Fonteneau 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 earned so much over the. The era of app. Listen to you. Steve. 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. Yeah. I have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations might over. I spent thirty eight years working for one company can of running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and per annum. So. 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. So 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 k c g center of gravity the plane. What is the commercial airline? No what? My team had the 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. Tell them two hundred seventy nine. To get a seven thirty seven the ground, which is. Way too long. That's almost the whole runway. Yeah. Well, during a foreign and no return issue. Well, no, 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 principal. Kick which creates high and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. Okay. Good questions. Thank you much ahead. David. What do you think? Well, the list address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. There were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, I do believe the of gravity caused that in the load shift, and that's what we're 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 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 do show that there's anomalies in signals that came from the the attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that they were streamed through a 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. Are 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. Awesome. All 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 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 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 us 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 the NASA got all the information, but you know, should have said to watching the IBM computers. 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 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 gonna be big crashes. With this with this plane or just crashes ingenious planes because I I'm an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake and there's some scenarios. But okay, the point is I think it's the nose. And these engines it's huge this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small. It's a smaller design, and I think 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 at the leaves crashed is the gentleman had two hundred hours should have fifteen minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:56 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A S. Yeah. 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 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 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. We'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph gopher. Good. It david. I understand 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 to really good questions. But what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points 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 angle of attack indicator was giving a 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 the 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 lion 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'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 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 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 would fix the problem, and that notifying, the pilots and training. Testing 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 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 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 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 in. I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July who's who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send Gabrielle just 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. 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. N David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple learned so much over the years. Listen to you. Steven. For 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 as but David. Yeah. I 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 ten of running ram 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. 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 caller said, it's. Here's my question for David Kay. E G center of gravity 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 miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too long. That's almost the whole runaway. Yeah. Well, during the foreign and no return issue. Well, no, 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 burn new principal kick? Which Craig tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. 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, 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 the atlas airlines 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 do show that there's anomalies in signals that came from the the angle attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that they were streamed through 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 the 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 us. 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, nor my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point. Good quote. 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 ability to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and in technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians in 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. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about few things that I thought was we're possible. But I know that NASA has got all the information, but I should have to watch and the IBM computer. And 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 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 okay, the point is I think it's knows these engines have huge this. It's not a seven forty seven. It's a small. It's a smaller design, and I think 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..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

13:57 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"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 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 a nother title called safer skies. Okay. And so they'll update that. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph for. Good, david. Now, I understand the black boxes on its way the French 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 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. 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 south. 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 the 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 the opium 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 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. 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 line 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 would fix the problem, notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all dangled 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 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. 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 had air who is who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him to send a Ghabra 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 and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you 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 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 learned so much over the years that listen to you and our Steve. Staff 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. You know as as but David. Yeah. I have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations might 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. So 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 asked my via far. Pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said it's or maybe one of the color ship. It's. Here's my question for David Kay. C g center of gravity 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, during a 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 soft and then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive. Why didn't burn newly principal kick? Genn which creates high and low pressure really makes aircraft fly. Also, the okay good questions. Thank you much ahead. 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 Sarah gravity caused that in the load shift. And that's what we're 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 anomalies 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 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 angles attack indicator. Or actually had rone's 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. 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 of Maxine. 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've got 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 their ability to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and in 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 Jones. 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 the Nassar's got all the information. But you know, he should've said watching the the IBM, computer. And but I think the already know what's wrong. 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 planes because I I'm an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake and some is, but okay, the point is I think it's the nose, and he's engines are huge in this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small it's smaller design, and they think 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 leaves crashed is the gentleman had two hundred hours away should have seen a minimum standard.

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:58 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on 600 WREC

"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 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. Another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away Joseph go for. Good it, David. Now, I understand black boxes on its way the French twenty day 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 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 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 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 Ethiopia and airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question. Software does do that. It does 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, 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 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 with would fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training them. 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 angles attack indicators probably would have been my response now with the second crash would you yanked it, I would not have hesitated. One second because with the airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information. You needed had already been sent out across the satellite 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. Oh my God. I've got they're shouting and screaming. It's it's. 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 Gabrielle of CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July had 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 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. Well, 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. And David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple learned so much over the years. Listen to you Steve staff staff does 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. You know, as as but David have a couple of questions, and and you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations might 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. 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. 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. Here's my question for David Kay. C g center of gravity the plane. What is a commercial airline know 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 miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is. Way too long. That's almost the whole runway. 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 soft and then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive why didn't for new lease principle kick in which creates high and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. Also, the okay good questions. Thank you very much. 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, 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's 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 anomalies in signals that came from the the angle attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that that were streamed through ADS be. 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. 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. 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 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 of that communication problem. You know time for a couple more. Or calls. First time caller Joseph and San Diego's with us Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, David Jones. I 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 that NASA got all the information, but I should have said to watch and the the IBM computer. And but I think they already know what's wrong..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

12:49 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on WTVN

"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 set 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 read issued it under a nother title called safer skies. Okay. And so we'll update let's go to the phones. Joe in the Bronx. Takeaway Joseph Ghafoori, George Joe. Good, david. Now, I understand the black boxes on its way. The French twenty two labs to be. The 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. This 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 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 laying air accident are the same things that would fix what happened to Ethiopia 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 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 into 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, 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 probably would have been my response now with the second crash, would you have young? I would not have hesitated. One second with airplanes. 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 it's warming as many wires as go back and forth between the AOL indicator and m 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 is who serves with the 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 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've. Do 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 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 so much over the years. Listen to you or mar Stephen sheets, our 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 as but. David. Couple of questions and. And you can tell me what your stops are. I know the investigations might over. Our I spent thirty eight years working for one company. Ten of running haram 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 you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Pilot's license. So 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 know what? What? My team had the 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 the ground, which is. Way too long. That's almost a whole runaway high. They well during a 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 principal kick. Which Craig tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly both of the okay. Good questions. Thank you much ahead. 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 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 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 of gravity related on this because we do show that there's anomalies in signals that came from the angle attack indicator, and and the responses that we have readings from on that they 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 angled 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. 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 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 ability to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and in 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 I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about things that I thought was we're possible. But I know NASA has got all the information..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:12 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"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 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 Plains crash. David can people still get the book? They do. It's not as valuable as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I reassured it under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they'll update that. Let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx thanking away Joseph go for it. Good. David now, I understand that black box. It's on its way to France twenty two labs to be analyzed evaluated. But 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. The two really good questions. But the way 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. 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 lane here. 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 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 done. I would have been just as confidence. They are that the fixes that they put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Housing 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 angle of 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. Then they're playing 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 warm 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 got to live with themselves on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July their who's who serves with me on the world aviation for forum. And I sent a message to him to send a ready to tell him that he's not alone in being imagine being CEO of the company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure that it's 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 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 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. Well, 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. And David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show up aligned so much over the years that listen to you. You steve. Staff 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 your, hey, I'm not the smartest guy that I surround myself. That's the trick. Yeah. No as as. David. Yeah. I've 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 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 asked 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 K C G center of gravity the plane. What is the commercial airline? No what? My team had the D 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. It's almost the whole runaway. Yeah, they well during the 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 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 lease principle which create tie in low pressure really makes aircraft fly. 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 is 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. The way we're 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. Yeah. Less airlines 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 anomalies in the signals that came from the the Anglo attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that there were streamed through the 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 angles attack indicator actually had rone's 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. 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 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 and my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good point. I 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 their ability to understand the manuals they've been converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and in technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians in 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, New Jersey. I I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about these things that I thought was possible. But I know the Nassar's got all the information, but I should sitting watching the IBM, computer. And, but I think the already know what's wrong, but my my my theory is is the the nose of the aircraft is definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not scientists, but also intuitive..

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"tens thousands data" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:41 min | 3 years ago

"tens thousands data" 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. 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"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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