Aircraft can take a beating from rough landings, vibrations, and cold temperatures. Surprisingly, their individual components cannot. Before they are assembled into aircraft, many elements – including rivets and adhesives – must be kept in carefully controlled environments to ensure they meet the stringent requirements necessary for safe flights.

Environment conditions are so important that the Aviation Suppliers Association developed Quality System Standard ASA-100, mandating the use of automatic data loggers during shipping to ensure data is accurate and objective.

Fill out the form and download the white paper to learn more about environmental monitoring for avionics and other aircraft components, and about the many ShockWatch monitoring solutions.