New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Safety information about TCAS equipment and its use is now available in the form of a new FAA Safety Bulletin (www.faa.gov/and/and500/500/docs/TCAS_SAFETY_
Add Belgium’s Barco to the list of companies interested in entering the market for business aircraft avionics.
Iridium’s new chief executive comes to the job following seven consecutive quarters of profitability and with plans in place to replace the communication n
Jeppesen says it’s ready to offer avionics makers an enhanced terrain and synthetic-vision database package that it claims offers a much more accurate mode
NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia is addressing runway and taxiway incursion threats by testing a variety of new technologies, one of the most int
Chelton Flight Systems and Kollsman are one step closer to introducing technology that can integrate the display symbology from Chelton’s FlightLogic EFIS
The FAA might revive TCAS III.
While many medium to large turbine helicopters offer autopilots to enhance mission safety and comfort, Sikorsky is in the final stages of developing an aut
Flight-testing is well under way for a new helicopter autopilot that, compared with other currently available systems, cuts both weight and cost in half, s
A laser obstacle-avoidance system now entering service on military helicopters might prove useful for civil applications.