Ivan Kristoff’s Insights

Now the media and the politicians must re-define the word

— Ivan Kristoff’s Insights

RE: Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot deliberately crashed plane, officials say

So, it is the case of “passive” killing – to sit in a cockpit and do nothing, when you know that the people who have trusted you with their live and have paid for you services will die because of you.

Yes, this was an act of terrorism, especially at the last moments, when everybody on board has realized that they are doomed,,, But, I have some doubts at that version…

But, I have some doubts about that version… It just does not make sense..

That is why I I am curious, why no one had made all the data from the cockpit i snot copied to the Cloud! Here is a solution for the ``Black boxes`` of airplanes: to be mirror-copied on the Cloud in real time. This way, as in the case of the last airplane crash and the previous crashes and missing planes, the data can be downloaded right a away.

Here are some solutions for the “Black boxes” of airplanes:
1.) to be mirror-copied on the Cloud in real time. This way, as in the case of the last airplane crash and the previous crashes and missing planes, the data can be downloaded right a away.
2.) A portable panoramic (180 degree view) video camera to be set to record the activity on pilot’s cabin, to be mounted above the cockpit and record the whole flight. The video signal can be downloaded in real time to the Cloud and can be monitored remotely – on demand. This way, as in the case of the investigation of the Germanwings Crash, the investigator could download the information form the Cloud at any time, not to wait for the “Black boxes” to be found and see what is happening via video monitoring from the Cloud:

…Air traffic controllers in Marseille noticing the plane’s rapid descent, well below its planned cruising height, and tried to contact Germanwings 4U9525. They got no response.

Controllers then sent an electronic “squawk” — code 6700 — to the plane, which gives pilots who have lost radio contact the chance to make an emergency landing without coming too close to other planes. Again, there was no response.

Controllers then asked other aircraft in the area to try to contact D-AIPX — none were successful.