Cost Benefit Study of an Automated Maintenance System (AMS). Volume I. Summary.
Final rept. 1972-1973,
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FAA operations, technical systems, equipments, and maintenance practices are surveyed and analyzed relative to potential benefits of comprehensive Automated Maintenance System concepts. Tradeoffs of various concepts are examined and discussed, with emphasis on potential future benefits which could accrue through use of a planned phase-in of automatic and automation-aided monitoring, through employment of centralized and integrated test approaches, and through focus of design attention during development of new equipments in directions which would assist cost-effectiveness of local and remote monitoring, and related fault removal. Volume II contains Appendixes.
- Commercial and General Aviation
- Air Navigation and Guidance