Electronic design

May 16, 2012 - 12:15am

Universal Avionics (Stand 639) has contributed a UniLink UL-800/801 communications management system for installation in a Swiss-based Bombardier Challenger CL-601 that frequently travels along North Atlantic tracks helping to test the Future Air Navigation System (Fans), which is beginning to be utilized by Eurocontrol. The UniLink box is in full compliance with Fans standards.

May 15, 2012 - 7:55pm
Rockwell Collins

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.

May 15, 2012 - 12:45pm

Honeywell (Stand 463) has introduced an upgraded version of the Saber combustor for its HTF7000 series engine, which powers the Bombardier Challenger 300, Embraer Legacy 450/500 and Gulfstream G280. The Saber had already reduced harmful emissions by 25 percent, and the U.S. company claims that the Saber2 will further reduce harmful emissions while also increasing performance.

May 14, 2012 - 1:00pm

Honeywell has introduced an upgraded version of the Saber combustor for its HTF7000 series engine, which powers the Bombardier Challenger 300, Embraer Legacy 450/500 and Gulfstream G280. The Saber had already reduced emissions by 25 percent, and the company claims that the Saber2 will further reduce emissions while also increasing performance.

April 18, 2012 - 4:25am

Honeywell is moving aggressively to revitalize its Part 23 aircraft avionics division, Bendix/King, which was the dominant player until the ascension of Garmin, Avidyne and the like. In recent months the company has hired a new CEO, former Piper Aircraft president Kevin Gould, who is in the process of building a new management team and hiring more engineers as the company moves into the glass-panel age.

April 5, 2012 - 3:25am

Plans for Rockwell Collins to introduce high-speed satcom using the Inmarsat Global Express Ka-band broadband system in 2014 have changed as the two companies “recently discontinued negotiations on an agreement to develop a joint global Ka broadband solution for the aviation industry,” according to Rockwell Collins. “Accordingly, Rockwell Collins is evaluating alternative broadband solutions as part of its continued commitment to provide comprehensive connectivity offerings.”

March 28, 2012 - 3:05am

Honeywell believes that its track record in supporting air transport development in China stands it in good stead to pioneer the expansion of business aviation too. “Honeywell has been a pioneer in [business aviation] support in China,” said Rishiraj Singh, the avionics and engine manufacturer’s director and business leader in the Asia Pacific and China region.

March 21, 2012 - 2:30pm

Honeywell International has named ExecuJet Haite Aviation Services China as an authorized avionics dealer for mainland China. The agreement authorizes ExecuJet Haite to promote, sell and support Honeywell’s avionics products, warranties and protection plans for Chinese business jets and builds on the relationship that has existed between Honeywell and ExecuJet Aviation for more than two decades.

March 4, 2012 - 12:20am

Garmin received an STC for installation of the G500H helicopter avionics system in the Robinson R44. The installation requires a 10-hole instrument panel. For R44s with the seven- or nine-hole panel, a custom panel is available from Garmin, or customers can purchase one from Robinson. The G500H price is $24,995, and optional helicopter synthetic vision technology adds $8,000. The installation requires a $500 parts kit, and the custom Garmin instrument panel costs $4,500.

February 15, 2012 - 2:53am
Brian Davis

Honeywell Aerospace vice president of air traffic management and biofuels Brian Davis outlines the company’s current efforts to develop green aerospace technologies, from the electric green taxiing system to biofuel research.

 
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