The KTP Project has taken Chris to many places of interest. To keep track of his travels and provide some visual aids as to what this KTP project entails, this gallery will represent as many interesting and embarrassing pictures as possible.
11th July 2007
Mr. Chris Jesse presents Flight Data Monitoring in Times of Change to the ERA Technical Services Meeting in Cologne, Germany.
20th April 2006
Dr. David Brown - Knowledge Base Supervisor
Dr. Martin Fakley - Project Advisor (right)
Mr. Chris Jesse - KTP Associate
The Grand Entrance!
IIR Reception Area
The IIR Research and Development Team. From the Left; Farshad Fahimi, Honghai Liu, Maxime Viard-Gaudin, Chris Jesse, Cheeseng Chan, Anna Caudrey, Ian Morgan, Lewis Hibell, Piyush Goel.
FDSL have three offices within the Gosport Business Centre. Each of the workstations has three monitors to enable the Flight Data Analysts to analyse tabular, graphical and event data all at the same time.
April 2007 - UG6
November 2006 - UG5
Chris provides a demo of FDSL's Flight Visualisation Software package
March 2006 - UG4
November 2005 - UG3
Air Finland - Boeing 757-2K2 - OH-AFI - Soon to depart to Helsinki from Oulu Finland, April 2004
Norwegian Air Shuttle - Boeing 737-33A - LN-KKS - Ready for de-icing in heavy snowfall, Oslo, December 2005
A group photo of the Cranfield Course attendees.
Airlines from Hong Kong, Australia, Nigeria, Netherlands and many more countries attended. We were even fortunate to have a representative from Boeing USA present - a big HEY to Mike! Chris Jesse (left) Brian Paterson (middle) Mike Sudolsky (right).
FDSL representative Andrew Boardman (left) attended to explain to course attendees how effective outsourcing FDM / FOQA programs can be
There were many interesting presentations including; processes involved in incident investigation by Robin Berry (BMED - one of FDSL's most experienced customers), Statistics in FDM by Jochen Mickel (Lufthansa) and Ethics of FDM and Union representatives by a SESMA representative(below).