Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Set (DFIRS) 2100

Receive instantaneous alert and accurate location of a downed aircraft.

The DFIRS 2100 is a combined flight data recorder (FDR), cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and emergency locator transmitter (ELT) designed to provide instantaneous alert and accurate location of a downed aircraft, assist in the speedy rescue of survivors, aid in the recovery of the aircraft and assure timely recovery of vital accident investigation data.

In the event of an accident, the beacon airfoil unit is automatically triggered by on-board sensors, launching it from the platform, and emitting a distress signal as well as the aircraft’s last-known latitude and longitude. From there, it floats indefinitely, making it easier for rescuers to find survivors quickly.

The Combined CVR, FDR and ELT is used in a deployable, crash-survivable airfoil that can be installed on helicopters, fixed-wing and fast-jet aircraft.