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FDM via ADS-B 10 months 2 weeks ago #1000

Can a flight's (like mach speed) be monitored throughout a flight for tail numbers?
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FDM via ADS-B 10 months 2 weeks ago #1001

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What? You'll have to be more explicit.
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FDM via ADS-B 5 months 1 week ago #1150

Hi,
Maybe they filter the data for non-subscribers?[url=http://mcdvoice mybkexperience tellhappystar][/url] No idea, but perhaps due to the demand on their servers, they perform filtering and the data you see is just for demonstration purposes.
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FDM via ADS-B 5 months 1 week ago #1151

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The API delivers the same fields to everyone, it is only limited in terms of how far back it goes and how often you can query it (this is for load reasons). So, I am not sure what you are referring to -- but I also had no clue what the OP's intention was here.
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FDM via ADS-B 5 months 1 week ago #1152

EASA requires a Flight Data Monitoring Program which is typically by data collected by the FDAU or DFDR and analyzed months later.
It seems the basic flight parameters like indicated speed vs TAS vs Mach and speed compliance below 10,000' (USA), climb profiles or stabilized approach criteria could easily be monitored by ADS-B by an operator saving a tail number's data realtime in a local database and process later via scripts.

Would this be possible?
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