New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
The Aircraft Electronics Association attributed the steep decline to the pandemic.
Daher has selected Elliott Aviation to perform retrofit installs of HomeSafe emergency autoland systems on TBM 940s eligible for the upgrade.
BAE Systems believes that fly-by-wire flight controls will be critical to the success of eVTOL aircraft and is working with several prospective partners.
STC validations from EASA, Transport Canada, and Mexico’s AFAC are expected shortly.
A cyberattack on Garmin resulted in widespread problems for aviation and sports product users.
Daher has received both FAA and EASA approval of its HomeSafe emergency autoland system on its TBM 940.
A reported ransomware attack that shut down several data services at Garmin over the past day includes those in its aviation portfolio.
Europe-based owners of certified single-engine aircraft can now install this equipment in their aircraft.
The company is showcasing its products with a mobile unit that travels to dealer and customer locations.
BAE is adapting energy management, engine controls, and power conversion systems for use with the electric propulsion systems of new eVTOL aircraft.