QF16: Unmanned Viper Takes Flight

  A pilotless F-16 during flight. Photo: Boeing The U.S. Air Force expects the unmanned QF-16...

Companies Seek to Improve Flight Tracking as MH370 Search Continues

[Avionics Today April 22, 2014] The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370...

The Future of Unmanned Flight

Just five years ago, the idea of the futuristic aircraft known as Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)...

Web Exclusive

The 2014 AMC/AEEC Conference

[Avionics Today April 17, 2014] 2014 marks the 65th year since the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee meetings first began to convene jointly with the Avionics Maintenance Conference. Since...

Headlines

  • Regional Scan: Asia-Pacific

    Gagan Brings Avionics Upgrades to India A computer-generated rendering of an...

  • Regional Scan: Europe

    UK Launches Low Altitude Datalink Flight Trials U.K.’s National Air Traffic...

  • Regional Scan: Middle East & Africa

    Thales, Qatar to Develop OPV-A Thales, Qatar Air Force officials sign MOU to develop...

  • Regional Scan: North America

    NextGen Data Comm on Track For 2016 IOC What a pilot will see on the cockpit display...

  • Regional Scan: Latin America

    Avianca Upgrades A320s With ROPS Flight display featuring the Airbus ROPS...

  • Boeing Stands Out Among Lockheed, Northrop 1st Quarter Results

    [Avionics Today April 23, 2014] Three of the world's largest aerospace and...

  • Kestrel Makes sUAS Automation Progress

    [Avionics Today April 23, 2014] Lockheed Martin's announced progress with its...

  • Vector's Data Logger Passes A350 Test

    [Avionics Today April 23, 2014] Vector has reported on the successful...

  • Rockwell Collins Reports on Project Missouri Radio Test

    [Avionics Today April 23, 2014] Rockwell Collins released a statement about the...

  • Flyht's AFIRS Achieves 1 Million Flights

    [Avionics Today April 23, 2014] Canadian avionics manufacturer Flyht’s...

Archived Webinar - Register Now!

Driving Innovation: A Software-Centric Approach to Avionics Development

Increasingly, the focus of avionics development is shifting from system hardware to software in order to expedite the system’s benefits to market. Embedded and software content is driving innovation which means new opportunities for avionics system development and partnership models for the development lifecycle.

Find out more and register!

 

Video of the Day

Looking to reach the  Avionics Magazine or on AviationToday.com communities?
Learn more about how you can partner with us  to reach your target audience, or contact Tish Drake, Publisher, directly at 800-325-0156.

 

 

 

[X] Dismiss Ad