New USC Course is Data for Safety Management

Daniel Scalese | November 16, 2016

The Aviation Safety and Security Program announces new course for practical, hands-on approach to the handling and analysis of flight data.

Los Angeles skyline behind a nighttime photo of USC’s University Park Campus. Photo credit/Daniel Scalese

The Aviation Safety and Security Program announces a new course, Data for Safety Management.  This practical, hands-on approach to the handling and analysis of flight data will first run December 12-16, 2016, for four and a half days.  This course will feature actual collection and analysis of real-time flight data and cover the following topics:

  • FOQA Programs
  • FDR’s, QAR’s, CVR’s
  • ADS-B
  • Animation of Flight Data
  • Basic Statistical Tools
  • International Standards
  • Case Studies
  • Commercial Safety Data Services
  • Flight data in supporting accident/incident investigation

To register for this new course, please visit our online registration portal, or contact our Registration Office.