ACARS


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AcronymDefinition
ACARSAircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System
ACARSARINC Communications Addressing and Reporting System
ACARSAirborne Communications Addressing and Reporting System
ACARSAir Concepts and Requirements Study
ACARSAccess Control and Release System
ACARSAeronautical Radio Communications Addressing Reporting System
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Moreover, the study has used six different scenarios for ACARs to examine the effect of these cases on returns of momentum and contrarian strategies.
These timings are recorded 'real time', automatically through ACARS.
The plane had sent a series of warnings indicating that smoke had been detected on board through ACARS.
"This type of aircraft is equipped with several optical detectors that are responsible for capturing any smoke clearances and automatically transmit them to the Acars system to which they are connected," an airport source told the newspaper adding that the sensors can be disturbed by moisture or steam air conditioning, but have been recently "significantly improved" to avoid false alarms.
ACARS is used to monitor specific systems in commercial aircraft.
The DGCA has asked airlines to mandatorily devise a procedure to track aircraft flying over areas not covered by the ACARS or ADS- B.
The official said that when ACARS is turned off, Swift continues on, adding that if Swift is configured to track engine data, that data will be streamed off the plane as it continues to be powered up along with the aircraft.
In order to turn off "ACARS" the person may have to open the trap door outside the cockpit and pull the fuse or circuit breaker under the plane's belly.
The new information opened the possibility that both ACARS and the plane's transponders, which make the plane visible to civilian air traffic controllers, were turned off at about the same time.
The Boeing 777's engine - made by Rolls-Royce - has a monitoring system called ACARS which automatically sends data about how the equipment is working.
The airline industry standard cockpit ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System) messages are critical to the safety and the operation of the world's aircraft and are supported by data link processing centres in Montreal and Singapore and an extensive network of over 1,200 VHF ground stations.