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FlyteAnalytics™ by CAPACG to Provide Utah State University Flight Data Monitoring Services

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LOGAN, Utah, Nov. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — FlyteAnalytics™ was chosen by Utah State University as its Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) solution for its Diamond Da-40 aircraft, enabling the university to enhance and support its Safety Management System.

“A solid flight data management program is a crucial part of a safety management system providing risk management and safety assurance,” said Larry McCarroll, CEO of CAPACG, the company that created the flight data analysis program. “FlyteAnalytics™ compliments a safety management system and the state-of-the-art analysis tool has the ability to process large quantities of flight data from current and future technically advanced aircraft types without the need for adding costly hardware.”

“FlyteAnalytics™ has allowed USU to expand our safety program and further define areas we can continually improve.  FlyteAnalytics™ reports are reviewed twice a month by our student and instructor Lead Safety Committee.  This committee uses the reports and information to produce training material to be published in our monthly newsletter.  Because we now have a better way to view our flight data and provide feedback to our students we will continue to provide one of the best aviation opportunities in the country to our students,” said Matt Bunnell Assistant Flight Chief and Safety Officer for Utah State University.

About Utah State University

Utah State University, then known as Utah State Agricultural College (USAC), began training pilots in 1939, as part of a Civilian Pilot Training program established by the Civil Aeronautics Administration. In 1942, the second Navy Training Station was established at USAC and on March 23 of that year, Navy and Marine recruits began flight training at the Logan/Cache airport. By 1946, training was offered to prepare civilian students for commercial certifications and both two-year and four-year degrees were offered in what was then called aeronautics. USU continues to meet the demand of the aviation industry while meeting the needs of their students.

About CAPACG dba FlyteAnalytics™ 
Based in Daytona Beach, Florida, CAPACG is a Flight Data analysis team focusing on capturing an operator’s “Drifts from SOPs” and giving the operator information and knowledge to correct the drifts before becoming hazards. Utilizing FlyteAnalytics™ “in the cloud” software, affordable Flight Data Analysis is available to General Aviation aircraft by harvesting Data from Technically Advanced Aircraft utilizing Garmin G1000© or similar avionics. No added hardware required. CAPACG is an expert in developing, implementing and operating FDM programs. Additional information can be found at http://www.capacg.com or contact Larry McCarroll at 386-795-0507.

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