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September 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
Pardon this rather seditious inquiry, but on how many missions do we really need pilots? They probably are needed on most missions for now. But that may change soon. At the flight line of this year s Paris Airshow, one saw the familiar array of commercial and military aircraft. But tucked among... Read More »
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November 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
The Naval Air Systems Command Special Surveillance Program office sponsored the integration of the R3E All Weather Sense and Avoid System on the TigerShark UAS. Two TigerSharks demonstrated autonomous sense-and- avoid capability in April. ... Read More »
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December 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
Not surprisingly, since Sept. 11, after terrorists crashed hijacked aircraft into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, aerospace electronics companies have come forward with new security systems for commercial airliners. Many solutions are to complement the installation of impenetrable doors... Read More »
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June 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
SINCE THE SEPT. 11 DISASTER, government and industry experts have been scrutinizing an essential but unheralded piece of avionics safety equipment-the onboard aircraft transponder. Following the tragic events in New York and Washington, Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta formed a "rapid... Read More »
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January 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
The aviation industry is moving from bulky, power-hungry cathode ray tubes (CRTs) to lighter, more reliable liquid crystal displays (LCDs). New aircraft types and versions have adopted LCDs. But a huge pool of electromechanical- and CRT-equipped aircraft remains to be tapped. Given the current... Read More »
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February 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Inmarsat s 11-month-old Swift64 high-speed data service, based on the Inmarsat-3 constellation, has carved out a niche in government and corporate aviation. As of December, more than 100 terminals apparently had been sold, and five manufacturers were building 64-kilobit/sec satcom equipment... Read More »
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December 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
The Federal Aviation Administration s (FAA s) next-generation air/ground communications system (NEXCOM) program is showing steady progress, and its first phase appears to be on schedule, despite industry controversy over the agency s priorities. Some aviation industry officials disagree with FAA s... Read More »
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June 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
After more than five years of working group meetings, research and reports, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finally announced in early May its intent to issue the long-awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for electrical wiring in aircraft all 160 pages of it early next year... Read More »
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July 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
In early June 2006 the FAA's senior-level Joint Resources Council (JRC) approved Administrator Marion Blakey's choice of automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) technology for next-generation surveillance in the National Airspace System (NAS). JRC approved an initial two-year baseline... Read More »
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April 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
New antenna and broadband technologies are bringing new capabilities and new scope to in-flight communications and entertainment systems. Business travel used to mean putting some tasks on hold while in flight. Such disruptions theoretically became a thing of the past in 2005 with the adoption of... Read More »
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January 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
It s not every year the avionics industry gets to introduce a new class of product that didn t exist the prior year. That s the enviable position that manufacturers of GPS equipment are in with the introduction of the first units capable of taking advantage of the Wide Area Augmentation System... Read More »
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April 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
New, more powerful satellite constellations are allowing aircraft antenna manufacturers to build smaller but highly capable antennas for narrowbody and corporate aircraft. At the same time, these new antennas also bring with them design and manufacturing challenges. "The biggest thing that s... Read More »
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April 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Is Singapore really all it seems? I was well aware of this island-nation s reputation as a prosperous, orderly place before traveling there in February for what was billed as the first Singapore Airshow under new management. You ll recall that the original show organizer, U.K.-based Reed... Read More »
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June 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Of all the world s major industries, there must be very few that have the same level of self-imposed standardization of equipment, operating practices and standards as that of aviation. Furthermore, under the guidance of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which has no legal... Read More »
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May 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
New in-flight data and communications services on commercial airlines in the United States, Asia and Europe are driving development of smaller antennas with greater functionality for both data and voice. At the same time, Ku-band systems and their associated antennas are gaining greater prominence... Read More »
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July 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
With manufacturers only recently releasing their first-generation GPS WAAS products, operators are just now getting their hands around current capabilities of the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS). However, the imminent expansion of WAAS-like capabilities to Europe through the European... Read More »
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October 1, 2010
From Avionics Today
Earlier this year, FAA awarded six contracts to industry teams under the Systems Engineering 2020 (SE2020) program. The SE2020 portfolio of contracts, with an estimated value of about $6.4 billion over 10 years, has been described as the largest set of awards in FAA history. Overall, the purpose... Read More »
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March 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
For most passengers, in-flight entertainment has morphed from looking out the window to watching on-demand movies, playing video games or connecting to the Internet. The shift in in-flight behavior is prompting many airlines and business jet operators to offer in-flight Web access, and it is... Read More »
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April 1, 2012
From Avionics Today
In December Boeing delivered a 737 Boeing Sky Interior to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, the airline s 18th 737-800 with the interior. The system includes the B/E Aerospace LED cabin lighting system, featuring adjustable lighting with full spectrum color capability, according to the company. Photo... Read More »
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November 1, 2012
From Avionics Today
Emteq s HD video cable For wire and cable companies, the aviation industry, even in a time of economic austerity, is a key source of opportunities. Smaller, lighter and more capable cables and wire remain a priority for an industry looking to reduce operating costs and support advanced... Read More »
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