Savvy Aviator Launches Engine Data Analysis Service
May 31, 2012 - Mike Busch, author of the popular Savvy Aviator column in EAA Sport Aviation magazine, has launched a new website to analyze data from digital engine monitoring systems. SavvyAnalysis.com will be up and running on July 1 and is available free of charge.
The popular engine electronic engine analyzer systems from J.P. Instruments, Insight, Electronics International, Garmin, Avidyne, and others record engine performance data but each requires unique software to display or analyze the recorded data. SavvyAnalysis.com can graph and analyze engine data online without need of specific software.
Busch has long been a proponent of the value of digital electronic engine monitor systems and is convinced that you can detect engine problems early to minimize maintenance costs, and to avoid serious conditions that could ultimately lead to engine failure. But, like oil analysis, Busch has found that analyzing engine data over time, not just a single snapshot, is essential to gain a complete understanding of the internal workings of the engine and SavvyAnalysis.com will allow piston airplane owners to perform long-term monitoring.
The site has tools to help maintenance professionals and airplane owners analyze the data and search for trends that could identify pending problems. Later this year, SavvyAnalysis.com will, for a fee, examine data from your engine monitoring system and offer assistance in troubleshooting or detecting trends that are early signs of problems. The site is up now and you can register to create an account.