With many such incidents in the recent past, it has intrigued many and it’s quite a serious matter to look into what has been followed and what is wrong in that. I believe now the dots need to be connected backwards (as Steve Jobs said) to find what is getting wrong. Data is everywhere but these data are not helping to avoid such crashes. It is a huge set back and my sincere condolence for everyone on board in Flight 4U 9525.
We all have to come strongly and there is a need for knowing what is getting wrong in these couple of years and what was so different in the past or few years before. Is that commonness in crash causing more crashes? Is that fearlessness of a crash in our mind the reason for these subsequent crashes? Just like when someone is making mistakes, he is likely to make mistake and will keep on making mistake until he is completely out that situation and pressure? I think it is applicable for everyone, every institution, IATA…….
“French investigators say usable data has been extracted from the cockpit voice recorder of Germanwings 4U 9525 but it has so far yielded no clues as to the cause of the plane’s crash.”
For such crashes, even if they know the reason, what do you think, is there any benefit of that in the immediate future?
Airline Company shouldn’t only look on the data and fancy on the beauty of those. It is very important to analyze what is missing in them, what is not there in the data, what is hard to find, that is not easy to define, that is so critical and shouldn’t be avoided, this is not easy; but these anti-analysis on conventional analysis will help to find a better solution.