Airbus A400 crash did come by bad configured software




The crash of an Airbus A400M, early last month at the airport in Seville, came by poorly configured software. This enables Airbus itself. The plane, which was ordered by the Turkish army, crashed during a test flight.

Earlier did notice all the rounds that the plane had crashed due to a software problem, although it was later contradicted by the German army, which has the same plane. According to Airbus itself, however, is actually a software error, though there was with the software itself according to the company nothing wrong. Instead the software could be configured incorrectly it, writes Handelsblatt.

The misconfigured software would need to control the motors of the unit. Earlier, Der Spiegel reported all that were sent by a software issue contradictory orders to three of the four engines. Whether that’s true, is not clear.

The Airbus A400M cargo plane crashed during a test flight. The unit, which has propellers instead of jet engines, was ordered by the Turkish army. In the crash, three people died.


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