Duncan Aviation, in partnership with Rockwell Collins, completed the first installation of a Rockwell Collins Ascend IMS-3500 information management server on the Citation XLS+ under Rockwell Collins’s approved model list STC. Duncan Aviation avionics team members installed the aircraft information manager system, which allows for secure, remote and wireless data transfer capabilities to Pro Line 4- and Pro Line 21-equipped aircraft, in a Citation XLS+ at the company’s facility in Battle Creek, Mich.
Rockwell Collins sees big opportunities in India for military avionics and communications systems, according to Ram Prasad, the U.S. electronics group’s managing director for India.
Rockwell Collins appointed Robert “Kelly” Ortberg as the company’s president yesterday. He joins Clayton Jones, who continues as chairman and CEO, in the newly formed Office of the Chief Executive. The appointment is effective immediately. As president, Ortberg will be primarily responsible for the operational management of the company, including oversight of its commercial and government businesses and supporting functions.
Rockwell Collins now offers its Airshow 3-D moving map for viewing on an iPad, allowing business jet passengers to follow their flight in the palm of their hands. The company claims it is the first interactive moving map available for iPad use in an aircraft.
TC Chan is heading up Rockwell Collins’s efforts in the Asia Pacific region, which include China, India and the South Pacific. Airline, military and business aviation all offer growing opportunities for the U.S-headquartered avionics manufacturer. And Chan explained how Rockwell Collins views these opportunities in this interview at the Singapore Airshow.
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