Traffic Collision Avoidance System

June 20, 2013 - 7:20am

Airbus has chosen the ACSS T3CAS traffic management computer as the standard surveillance avionics suite for the Airbus single-aisle narrowbody family of aircraft (A318, A319, A320 and A321). T3CAS combines–in a single LRU–key surveillance avionics, including traffic alert and collision avoidance system (Tcas), terrain awareness warning system (Taws), Mode S transponder with automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) OUT and also ADS-B IN functions (airborne traffic situation awareness). T3CAS is also available on the A330, according to ACSS (Chalet A306).

June 6, 2013 - 3:30am

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Flight Crewmember Duty and Rest Requirements

June 2, 2013 - 3:15am

Garmin’s new GTS 825 TAS (traffic advisory system) and GTS 855 Tcas I (traffic alert and collision avoidance system) had already received FAA technical standard order approval when they were introduced in March. Garmin is now working on approved model list supplemental type certificates for the GTS 825 and 855.

June 2, 2013 - 1:25am
SmartView

Aircraft synthetic-vision systems (SVS), when combined with GPS, gyros, accelerometers and terrain and obstacle databases, provide pilots with a colorful, animated depiction of the world outside the cockpit, matching what they would see looking through the windshield on a clear day. But to really see what is outside in dark or low-visibility conditions, you need an infrared (IR) camera. When you add forward-looking IR to SVS, you get a heat-referenced, real-world view along with a 3-D, database-derived and geo-referenced virtual view. Together they are called enhanced or combined SVS.

May 21, 2013 - 2:06pm
PC-24

Accompanied by stage smoke and theme music from the Superman movie, Pilatus Aircraft unveiled its long-awaited new twinjet project, the PC-24, today at EBACE. “The PC-24 is unique. It’s the only aircraft combining the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a midsize jet and the field performance of a light jet,” said company chairman Oscar Schwenk.

May 6, 2013 - 12:05am

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May 23, 2013:

Interest in Restructure of Rotorcraft Airworthiness Standards

April 17, 2013 - 10:10pm

Fieldtech Asia has joined the Honeywell avionics dealership network in Asia Pacific. Based in Pasay City near Manila, FAA- and CAAP-approved Fieldtech Asia will perform avionics upgrades, repairs and installations of Honeywell avionics in business jets, turboprops and piston-engine airplanes. This includes products such as Honeywell’s traffic collision avoidance system, enhanced ground proximity warning system and weather radars.

April 11, 2013 - 8:05am

“Midair collisions statistics are revealing,” said Avidyne COO Patrick Herguth during the company’s press conference at Sun ’n Fun 2013 (Booth C-71). “Fifty-nine percent of midairs happen near the airport; and 54 percent are between aircraft flying in the same direction.” Herguth was citing a 10-year-long study published by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass.

April 4, 2013 - 1:10am

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May 23, 2013:

Interest in Restructure of Rotorcraft Airworthiness Standards

March 3, 2013 - 4:20am

Rockwell Collins has sent its workhorse Sabreliner 50 business jet to what might be the world’s best retirement home, the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville, Ore. The Sabreliner, a 1964 model, was the flying testbed for many key Rockwell Collins avionics products and logged about 8,000 hours and more than 5,000 landings since the Collins division of Rockwell International bought the jet in 1976. The job of flight-testing new Rockwell Collins systems falls on the shoulders of the company’s Challenger 601.

 
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