New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Leonardo is upgrading the avionics on new AW139 medium twin helicopters to the Honeywell Primus Epic 2.0 Phase 8.
Now standard on certain Bell helicopters, Astronautics's Badger displays were installed on the U.S. CBP P-3s, as well as a Peruvian Air Force L-100.
Astronautics has added Indian approval and is working with Maxcraft to install the RoadRunner on Bell 212 and Sikorsky S-61 helicopters.
Microprocessor technology expert Teledyne e2v has developed advanced products that are qualified for the aerospace industry.
Germany-based sensor house Hensoldt is also displaying a variety of airborne electronic equipment at the Singapore Airshow.
Orolia's new Kannad Ultima-S ELT system is compatible with Galileo's satellite network and confirms receipt of distress signals.
L3Harris Technologies, offspring of recent L3 Technologies-Harris Corporation merger, showcases expanded portfolio at the Singapore Airshow.
The novel approach for ADS-B Out developed for Cargolux is now being considered by other airlines.
Europe’s datalink requirement has come into force with last-minute exemptions for older airliners and business types up to narrowbody bizliners.
Indianapolis-based Eagle Creek Aviation has completed its first three Garmin G1000 NXi avionics upgrades on Embraer Phenom 100s.