New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Astronics’ Max-Viz 1200 and 1400 enhanced vision systems have received FAA and Transport Canada approval for installation in the Airbus AS350.
The new Datalink Receivers from FreeFlight Systems will be installable in Part 23 and Part 25 aircraft.
Automation is increasingly a feature of modern aircraft, but what are manufacturers doing to help pilots understand how automation works?
Elliott Aviation has delivered the first of 23 TBM 940s with Garmin’s Autoland system, which is branded by Daher as HomeSafe on these aircraft.
Thomas Global Systems’ TFD-8601 serves as an upgrade for legacy EFD-86 cathode ray tube displays.
Skytrac Systems is designing new Iridium satcom products that will enable video streaming and other bandwidth-intensive services.
The Blue Avionics BA-540 AAU creates almost unlimited design opportunities to add new avionics functionality.
Embraer has received a thumbs up from Brazil’s ANAC and the FAA for its synthetic vision guidance system on the Praetor 500 and 600.
Owners of certified light aircraft can now replace older electromechanical instruments with uAvionix's new AV-30-C multi-mode instrument.
New Kapture cockpit voice and flight data recorders from Universal Avionics will save operators time and money.