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Aircraft software puts greener, quieter flights on the horizon

from The University of Manchester

Currently, airlines underestimate the amount of dangerous CO2 emissions they release in the atmosphere by up to 100 percent — meaning their aircraft are actually far more harmful than previously thought. Now new software, called FLIGHT, can expertly predict the true level of emissions released and help the industry improve their environmental reputation — one of the issues about which they are most criticized. The software, developed by Dr Antonio Filippone, can be easily downloaded from a website by airline companies. While the potential to reduce emissions is arguably the most important uses of FLIGHT, it has a range of other functions from noise reduction to accident investigation and prevention. The software can also help airline companies with passenger load and the weight of luggage. Software copyright protection was arranged by The University of Manchester's intellectual property commercialization company, UMIP, in the United Kingdom. more

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