Dynon has introduced the D2, a second model to the Pocket Panel product line. The D2 adds WiFi connectivity to allow flight data to be sent to iPad, smartphone, and tablet aviation applications, and has a second screen with a G-Meter.
Including lack of leadership at FAA
LEE’S SUMMIT, MO. — On Thursday, Oct. 3, Aircraft Electronics Association Vice President of Government and Industry Affairs Ric Peri met with several members of the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee, along with other general aviation leaders, for a round-table discussion on the biggest challenges facing the industry.
Dynon Avionics has released its latest addition to SkyView’s Navigation tool box: Geo-Referenced Approach/Departure Charts, Airport Diagrams, and enhancements to SkyView’s moving map.
AEA Issues Second Quarter 2013 Avionics Market Report
The Aircraft Electronics Association has released its second quarter Avionics Market Report. In the months of April, May and June 2013, total worldwide avionics sales amounted to more than $1.6 billion, as reported by the 20 aviation electronics manufacturers participating in the report.
Now available is WingX Pro7 Version 7.1, the newest version of WingX Pro7, which supports the recently TSO certified NavWorx ADS600-B.
Shadin Avionics has received TSO approval on the initial release of the flyTab Aircraft Interface Module (AIM), a data converter that integrates an iPad into the cockpit accessing real time flight data for iPad applications. The AIM was developed in collaboration with the Avionics & Systems Integration Group (ASIG, LLC) as a part of the flyTab Class 2 Electronic Flight Bag solution.
Sporty’s Pilot Shop and its on-site avionics shop, Cincinnati Avionics, have partnered to offer the complete line of Garmin panel-mount avionics for experimental aircraft.
Spirit Avionics’ Global Parts Support Division,based in Columbus, Ohio, recently hit a milestone: Achieving $10 million in global aircraft parts sales in less than a year achieving a 60% increase over last year’s sales.
Aspen Avionics was awarded an Approved Model List Supplemental Type Certification (AML-STC) for its Evolution Flight Display System from European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The EASA approval authorizes installation of Aspen’s system in more than 700 aircraft registered in EASA countries.