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Collation of documents (mainly correspondence) referring to the development of the "Black box" cockpit voice plus flight data recorder / Aeronautical Research Laboratories (ARL) Melbourne [ predecessor of the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory (AMRL)]
Bib ID 139608
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory, [1999?] 
2 v. : ill. ; 32 cm. 
Summary

The Black Box recorder was developed by Dr David Warren at the then Aeronautical Research Laboratories in Melbourne (now the Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory (AMRL), Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Department of Defence). The collection of documents comes from a number of sources and was put together as part of a range of activities to celebrate 60 years of aeronautical research and development at Fishermans Bend in Melbourne.

Full contents
  • v. 1. From 1953 to 1962
  • v. 2. From 1963 onwards.
 
Notes

Added title page: The Black Box : an Australian contribution to air safety, a brief description of the invention prepared in 1999 / by David Warren and Ken Fraser.

Subjects Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory (Australia) -- History.  |  Inventions -- Australia -- History.  |  Aeronautics -- Research -- Australia -- History.  |  Flight recorders -- Australia.  |  Aeronautical laboratories -- Australia -- History.
Other authors/contributors Warren, D. R. (David R.)  |  Fraser, Ken  |  Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia)  |  Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory (Australia)
Also Titled

Documents referring to the development of the "Black Box" voice-plus-data recorder

Black box : an Australian contribution to air safety

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