New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Sequoia is staying ahead of the deadline for data monitoring on helicopter air ambulance flights.
The Ottawa, Canada company has expanded to 32 personnel and serves the airborne connectivity market.
The new systems will offer connection speeds up to 256 kbps, with near-worldwide coverage.
The STC provides the required position source for ADS-B upgrades to the Learjet 40/45.
Partnership will provide general aviation pilots with a single source for avionics system expertise and flight data subscriptions.
The low-cost satcom weighs about 12 pounds and offers service speeds of up to 200 Kbps.
Changes include the requirement that all aircraft operating under IFR must now be equipped with GNSS avionics.
The Naval Air Systems Command awarded Aero Dynamix a contract to deliver night-vision compatible MFDs for KC-130T tankers.
Israeli company’s recon sensor has just been tested on RAF Tornados.
The approved model list STC will eventually cover the Learjet 60, Gulfstream G150 and G200, Falcon 50/50EX and Hawker 800 series.