Effective March 8, the NTSB is amending its reporting requirements for aviation incidents to include whenever an airliner lands or departs on an incorrect runway; when damage to a helicopter’s tail or main rotor blade necessitates major repair or replacement; when all or part of a propeller blade separates from an aircraft, except when ground contact was the sole cau
Emteq recently unveiled what it is calling “Easy HD” for its SkyPro cabin management system (CMS). It provides high-definition components that work independently of an aircraft’s existing CMS and “requires little or no modification of the CMS.”
Flight Display Systems, the little guy in the cabin electronics business with a focus on the retrofit display market, is ready for the big time.
L-3 Avionics Systems said last month that its new Trilogy ESI-1000 electronic standby instrument has received TSO approval and an approved model list STC allowing installations of the product in most light general aviation aircraft. Designed to serve as an all-in-one backup instrument for glass cockpits, Trilogy is touted as the first solid-state electronic standby product for smaller Part 23 airplanes.
Audio International, a DeCrane company based in Little Rock, Ark., has launched
the AI Platinum Elite high-definition cabin-management system, providing full 1080p resolution via high-speed 3G-SDI over CAN bus architecture.
Vision Systems International, a joint venture between Elbit Systems and Rockwell Collins, has received a $54.1 million contract to begin production of Gen II helmet-mounted display systems for the F-35 Lightning II. Lockheed Martin awarded VSI the contract to deliver 52 displays and 30 aircraft shipsets. These HMDS components cover the requirements for Lots 1, 2 and 3 of F-35 low-rate initial production.
CMC Electronics (Hall 3 Stand D50) is aiming to step up its position in the avionics market with a major investment in a new family of integrated avionics suites. Part 25 certified business aircraft will be the first applications for its new FronTier range of cockpit systems, with the first application expected to enter service before the end
Elbit (Booth No. 376) has announced the launch of a new family of off-the-shelf displays designated ORD-900. They come in three sizes–15-, 12.1- and 10.4-inch diagonal–and all can be used in either portrait or landscape orientation and feature wide viewing angles.
Rockwell Collins’ Venue high-definition cabin management system (CMS) was recently awarded the Red Dot Design award and the Industrial Designers Society of America Northwest Design Invitation award for high-quality design. The announcements were made here on Monday. Rockwell Collins (Booth No.
CMC Electronics (Booth No. 371) is aiming to step up its position in the avionics market with a major investment in a new family of integrated avionics suites. Part 25-certified business aircraft will be the first applications for the new FronTier range of cockpit systems, with the first application expected to enter service before the end of 2013.