Avionics and ATC
New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit; and news, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Inmarsat information blended with position data from other sources to provide “the most comprehensive flight tracking service available.”
Civil aviation administration agency ANAC announced fines of up to $40,000 and even suspension of pilot certificates for slot violations.
It also plans to release eCharts, a Windows version of its electronic chart software, at the end of next month.
Curriculum delves into the inner workings of aircraft communications equipment, including how the satellite functions.
The new Flightstream SA services are free to any AirSatOne customer and do not require that AirSatOne’s Flightstream AOC router be installed.
Dragon allows pilots and passengers to communicate using voice or data, without the need for an expensive certification and installation approval program.
Low-interest loans available for owners and operators of business aircraft.
Position, navigation and timing data has become a worldwide utility–thanks to GPS.
Two-axis autopilot and stability augmentation systems will be installed in its fleet of helicopters over the next three years.
AT&T’s national 4G network has download speeds ranging from 16.65 to 66.11 Mbps and upload speeds of 7.43 Mbps.