Modern aircraft must meet varied customer requirements based on intended usage and the environment they are to be operated in. Each aircraft configuration has to be individually designed, tested, and certified before the aircraft can enter into operation. Extensive ground and flight tests are conducted, resulting in massive amounts of technical data that must be processed and interpreted before being used as the basis for certification. Aircraft manufacturers sometimes contract this time-consuming and highly technical work to external engineering companies, such as Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group (Marshall ADG), to conduct tests and deliver validated test data. In order to obtain meaningful results as efficiently and quickly as possible, Marshall ADG uses nCode GlyphWorks to speed the calibration and conversion of the data recorded during ground and flight tests.