New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
In the middle of next year Embraer will offer optional head-up display with enhanced and synthetic vision for the Legacy 450 and 500.
The Optelity Hot Spot allows operators of smaller jets and turboprops to provide wireless access for passengers and pilots.
Gagan will support more direct routes, reduced separation standards, help fuel consumption and improve safety for business aircraft.
The new ELT 345 costs less than $600 and is designed for easy retrofit to a variety of aircraft types.
Compared with green phosphor displays, the white versions offer more information to the eye.
The new ESI-500 offers optional synthetic vision and integrates with L-3 Aviation's magnetometer.
Upgrade allows slower approach speeds, shorter landing distances and enhanced flight management system performance.
The company's satellite network now consists of 25 locations.
The free seminar includes representatives from a number of avionics makers.
The new version of WingX Pro7 offers many of the same features as the iOS version.