New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
The U.S. Navy will begin low-rate initial production of an infrared search and track capability for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet.
The system promises speeds of up to 75 Mbps, about 50 percent faster than Inmarsat’s upcoming GX satcom system.
Satcom1 has updated its AvioPhone application to allow passengers to use their personal iPhone and Android phones without the need for a picocell system.
The GX Aviation high-speed broadband satcom service is set to launch “early in the second half of 2015.”
FAA certification for the Max-Viz 1400 is expected next year.
Weight-saving solution is based on two CMC EFBs and one iPad.
The upgrade, with innovative man-machine interface, will be available for new helicopters and as a retrofit.
Standards organizations RTCA and the European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment signed a memorandum of cooperation.
HUDs are proven effective at raising a pilot’s situational awareness.
Worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to $614.4 million in the third quarter.