New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Israel Aerospace Industries and avionics manufacturer Honeywell will jointly develop a “sense-and-avoid”.
Esterline FMS certificated by EASA for Airbus A300-600, having received an STC in June.
L-3 Wescam is due to have completed deliveries of the turrets to Airbus by June next year.
Airbus Navtech have formed a new company, NavBlue, to provide flight operations and air traffic management services.
“INCT is a flexible and modular, secure system that introduces new abilities to the world of enhanced mission applications.”
The FAA's proposed policy change would eliminate the ability to defer expired navigation databases using the MEL process.
Two kit options are available for the new Appareo ESG ADS-B OUT transponder, with or without an ADS-B IN receiver.
The Avionics specialist will provide new cockpits for the Pilatus PC-21 and upgrades for the BAE Hawk.
As the Rockwell Collins/Elbit joint venture celebrates 20 years of providing JHMCS helmet-mounted displays, a new night cueing system is being trialed.
Intended for older, legacy Black Hawks, the all-digital suite will begin certification testing this fall.