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Tue, Mar 23, 2004

Aircheck Upgrades Cockpit Recorder

AirCheck, Inc. announced its first major upgrade to its COCKPIT RECORDER, a cockpit voice recorder and paperless audio checklist device for use in private aircraft.

“Answering the requests of our customers,” said Michael Arbuthnot, AirCheck’s Business Director, “we have significantly upgraded the recording playback quality of the voice recorder functions. Utilizing the latest in solid state digital technology, we have increased the quality beyond our original playback specifications.”

Arbuthnot added, “We also responded to our customers who use the COCKPIT RECORDER in battery operation mode by adding a battery lifecycle monitoring function that not only visually alerts the pilot to the decline in the battery level but annunciates it through the pilot’s headphones every ten minutes that it’s time to replace the battery with a fresh one. These enhancements are directly attributed to the feedback we’ve received from our end-users fulfilling our pledge to respond as quickly as possible to the needs of our customers.”

All new COCKPIT RECORDER units are shipped with the latest upgrades, and AirCheck is offering current end-users a free software and hardware upgrade by returning their unit to the AirCheck factory.

FMI: www.aircheckinc.com

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