Dan O'Neil, Steve Low
Immediate data feedback allowed flight engineers to make critical adjustments shortly after each test, enabling multiple tests per day. Previous test programs required week-long delays between flights for data analysis.
Authored by Arms et al., and featured in American Helicopter Society: 2006
Wireless sensor networks with integrated energy harvesting capabilities demonstrate autonomous helicopter pitch link monitoring and condition based maintenance for NAVAIR.
Wireless Torque Monitoring with Torque-Link
Daniel O'Neil, Christopher Townsend, Chadwick Hodgkins
Effective and accurate torque monitoring has been, and will continue to be, an ongoing challenge in the industrial, agricultural, and aerospace arenas. Torque measurements are useful as an indicator of mechanical system health and desirable for test and p
Sensors for Displacement Measuring
Authored by Arms et al., and featured in American Helicopter Society: 2009
Integrated structural health monitoring and reporting system for use on pitch link of Navy Bell M412 helicopter synchronizes distributed miniature sensors and active RFID in a low-power network.
Dan O'Neil, Steve Low
Aircraft flight test has traditionally been expensive and time consuming to accomplish, requiring complex hardware design and integration and extensive operational test teams to address aircraft downtime for instrumentation maintenance and calibration, fl
Daniel M Wells, AgustaWestland; Tiziano Frattini, AgustaWestland; David L Churchill, LORD-MicroStrain Sensing Systems; Stephen DiStasi, LORD-MicroStrain Sensing Systems
Development of a helicopter on-rotor HUM system powered by vibration energy harvesting
Authored by Arms et al., for Australian International Aerospace Congress: 2011
Synchronized wireless and hard-wired sensor network on rotating components includes energy harvesting to eliminate battery maintenance and improve SHUMS on Sikorsky MH-60S.
Authored by Arms et al., and featured in American Helicopter Society: 2007
MicroStrain’s wireless sensor system is demonstrated in flight tests for direct load monitoring on Bell M412 rotating components along side energy harvesting and energy aware operating modes.
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Instant, comprehensive reporting of aircraft health, from nose to rudder
LORD MicroStrain’s distributed rotorcraft wireless health monitoring systems provide a wealth of information about aircraft component health and usage.
Authored by MicroStrain Inc.: 2011
A distributed network of MicroStrain’s wireless sensors and its cloud-based data management portal, SensorCloud, were used by NASA to monitor the affects of acoustic shock on Kennedy Space Center equipment.