Extant Components Group Holdings has entered into a licensing agreement with Universal Avionics Systems to provide support for Aero-M and Aero-I series satcom products. Extant, through its subsidiary Symetrics Industries, will provide exclusive unit repair and exchange services and related technical support.
Involvement in the European Space Agency’s Intermediate Experimental Vehicle program to devise re-entry technology for low-earth orbit programs has given Aero Sekur an opportunity to take its expertise in the use of lightweight, flexible structures literally into the realms of rocket science. The company was selected for the work in November 2009 and is due to complete the project by the end of this year.
Aero Specialties of Boise, Idaho, which manufactures its own line of ground-support equipment (GSE) and distributes equipment from other manufacturers, is showing six new GSE products here (Booth No. 1811). Two of them are manufactured by Aero Specialties and the others by Eagle Tugs, TLD, JetGo and Wainbee.
Freedom Aero Service, a new repair station opened by people who used to work for Weco Aerospace Systems in Lincoln, Calif., received FAA certification on January 29. Freedom Aero offers business jet and helicopter electrical and electronic component and instrument repair and overhaul and is a dealer/distributor for Goodrich Power Systems, Edmo and Tesla Industries products.
Purveyors of electronic flight bag (EFB) tablet computers are introducing new models and capabilities for the new year, with three notable models worthy of consideration for business jet operators in the market for the latest technology.
Chicago-based navAero has developed the t•BagC22 EFB as a class-2 device using a commercial off-the-shelf remote computer and a separate display.