CAP 762: The Effectiveness of Image Recorder Systems in Accident Investigations

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Reference:CAP 762
Title:The Effectiveness of Image Recorder Systems in Accident Investigations
Description:The CAA initiated research to determine whether flight deck image recorder systems would provide useful additional information for accident investigations. CAP 762 provides a detailed analysis into the pros and cons of image recorders and concludes that if properly installed and appropriately analysed, flight deck image recording systems could provide useful additional information in certain accident scenarios.
Review Comment:None
Date:10 November 2006
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