Safety Technologies

Simsbury, CT, United States

Safety Technologies

Simsbury, CT, United States
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A multi-channel recorder/encoder for collecting, integrating, synchronizing and recording medical or surgical data received as independent live or real-time data streams from a plurality of hardware units. The medical or surgical data relating to a live or real-time medical procedure. Example hardware units include a control interface, cameras, sensors, audio devices, and patient monitoring hardware. Further example systems may include a cloud based platform incorporating the encoder.


Patent
Safety Technologies | Date: 2015-05-07

The invention relates to a head airbag system for a vehicle, with a gas bag (10) unfoldable from a stowed position to a restraining position, said gas bag having two facing end sections (12, 14) connected to each other by means of a connecting element (16) fastened to said end sections, wherein the end sections (12, 14) are arranged opposite each other with respect to a main deployment direction (Z) of the gas bag (10); the connecting element (16) is farmed and fastened to the end sections (12, 14) in such a way that in an unfolded restraining position of the gas bag (10) the distance between the end sections (12, 14) with respect to the vertical direction (Z) of the unfolded gas bag (10) is less than the length of a gas bag section running; between the end sections. The invention further relates to a vehicle with a head airbag system.


A computer network for calculating a value for the true braking coefficient of friction for an aircraft runway or taxiway using data from one or more aircrafts flight data recorders or flight data management systems, and reporting the calculated value information to individuals and agencies including air traffic control, airport operations and maintenance, and aircraft pilots and ground crews is described and claimed herein. The data may be obtained in real-time by either an onboard or an off-aircraft high-power computing system, calculating the aircrafts true braking coefficient of friction, and reporting the calculated information to the individuals and agencies.


A computer network for calculating a value for the true braking coefficient of friction for an aircraft runway or taxiway using data from one or more aircrafts flight data recorders or flight data management systems, and reporting the calculated value information to individuals and agencies including air traffic control, airport operations and maintenance, and aircraft pilots and ground crews is described and claimed herein. The data may be obtained in real-time by either an onboard or an off-aircraft high-power computing system, calculating the aircrafts true braking coefficient of friction, and reporting the calculated information to the individuals and agencies.


This invention relates to a computer network for calculating the true aircraft cornering friction coefficient of an aircraft runway or taxiway using the data collected by and available in the aircraft Flight Data Recorder (FDR) or other flight data management system, for example, the Quick Access Recorder (QAR). The invention may optionally distribute to personnel in the ground operations of an airport and airline operations, including but not limited to aircraft pilots, airline operation officers and airline managers as well as airport operators, managers and maintenance crews, the most accurate and most recent information concerning the true aircraft cornering friction coefficient to aid in making better and more accurate safety and economical decisions.


Patent
Safety Technologies | Date: 2014-01-13

A non-coated fabric for outdoor applications is provided that is made up of a woven fabric and a chemical composition applied to the woven fabric. The woven fabric is made from multifilament yarns that are solution dyed and have a UV rating of at least 500 hours. The chemical composition is applied to the woven fabric and incorporated into the fabric such that the fabric has a hydrostatic pressure of at least 45 cm.


Patent
Safety Technologies | Date: 2013-01-17

A cutting apparatus is described, capable of cutting hard materials including asphalt and concrete. The cutting apparatus is particularly well suited for attachment to a skid steer or other transportation implement. When attached to a skid steer the apparatus includes a frame that allows the cutting system to slide from side to side, slide up and down, or rotate about a vertical axis while held in a cutting position by the skid steer boom. The cutting apparatus also includes an airflow member that affectively creates an air turbulence to thereby confine debris and dust within a shroud and to direct the debris and dust against a surface of the shroud to a localized exit at a minimized velocity.


This invention relates to a computer network for calculating and distributing the true braking coefficient of aircraft on runways and taxiways using, in part, the aircraft itself, by utilizing dynamic aircraft properties recorded on and obtained from the aircrafts flight data management system. Environmental and aircraft parameters may also be used to calculate the braking friction coefficient. A computer and network are used to obtain data and to calculate the friction coefficient, and may be used to distribute the result. The network may utilize, at least in part, wireless local area networks to facilitate data transfer and distribution of the result. The computer for calculating the braking coefficient may be located on the aircraft.


This invention relates to a computer network for calculating and distributing the true braking coefficient of aircraft on runways and taxiways using a computer which obtains data from an aircraft, including in some preferable embodiments dynamic aircraft properties recorded on the aircrafts flight data management system. Environmental and aircraft parameters may also be used to calculate the braking friction coefficient. A computer and network are used to obtain data and to calculate the friction coefficient, and may be used to distribute the result. The network may utilize, at least in part, wireless local area networks to facilitate data transfer and distribution of the result. The computer for calculating the braking coefficient may be located on the aircraft.


This invention relates to a method and apparatus for the calculation of aircraft braking friction and other relating landing parameters, including but not limited to aircraft braking action, aircraft takeoff distance, aircraft landing distance, runway surface conditions and runway surface friction based on the data collected by and available in the aircraft Flight Data Recorder (FDR) or other flight data management system, for example, the Quick Access Recorder (QAR), to provide all involved personnel in the ground operations of an airport and airline operations, including but not limited to aircraft pilots, airline operation officers and airline managers as well as airport operators, managers and maintenance crews, with the most accurate and most recent information on the true aircraft landing performance parameters to help better and more accurate safety and economical decision making.

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