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Over the past 40 years, the ASRS has issued more than 6,200 safety alerts to the FAA and other decision makers in the aviation community who are in a position to correct unsafe conditions.
One example of a safety alert issued by ASRS emerged from reports of intense sunlight reflecting off a large concentrated solar power plant in the southwestern United States, temporarily blinding pilots in the cockpit.
Other significant ASRS accomplishments include identification of fire hazards associated with the packaging of lithium ion batteries for shipment in aircraft, health hazards associated with the use of certain de-icing fluids, and the susceptibility of certain pressure-sensitive aircraft systems to icing from super-cooled water droplets.
The ASRS is the largest repository of aviation human factors incidents in the world," Connell noted, "and it has conducted more than 7,200 database searches for government agencies, industry groups, research organizations, aircraft manufacturers, aviation students, and a wide variety of other organizations.
Like safety alerts and database searches, ASRS research findings have also been influential.
The system will provide ASRS with a foundation that is flexible enough to meet their growing member's needs, while integrating with ASRS' current technology infrastructure, including Oracle Forms and Avaya Enterprise Manager.
ASRS membership includes the state, three state universities, ten community colleges, 14 out of 15 counties, and most cities and school districts in the state.
PERIS is a component of an aggressive five-year IT plan which ASRS is currently implementing.