Garmin’s Angle of Attack (AOA) system has been approved by the FAA for installation in a wide variety of general aviation aircraft. The entire system is comprised of the GI 260 AOA indicator, GAP 26 angle of attack probe and GSU 25 air data computer, which combine to display AOA and audible alerts throughout critical phases of flight.
Aspen Avionics, manufacturer of the Evolution Flight Display system, has received FAA certification for its Evolution VFR PFD, a glass panel display designed specifically for pilots flying in the Visual Flight Rules (VFR) environment. Deliveries begin this month.
Snap-On Industrial has introduced new ultra-low profile screwdrivers.
TUCSON, Ariz. — Guardian Avionics, which got its start in 2000 with the development of a Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector, recently shipped its 5000th unit.
ROCKLIN, Calif. — The Clecall Company has introduced a new cleco plier.
Sierra Industries, Ltd., part of the SkyWay Group, has launched a new program of performance upgrades to the Cessna 525 Citation Jet series.
BIG LAKE, ALASKA — Airforms’ growing line of replacement aircraft engine baffles now includes components for all Piper PA-44-180 Seminole twin engine aircraft.
Airforms’ engineering department received the new PMA (Part Manufacturing Approval) this week through its continued work with the FAA Anchorage ACO (Aircraft Certification Office).
A report by Aviation International News’s Matt Thurber notes that smartphone apps can help warn pilots about hypoxia, including Masimo’s iSpO2, which has a fingertip sensor that plugs into an Apple iOS or Android device, then reports blood oxygenation, pulse rate and perfusion index. Read the whole post here.
LoPresti Aviation has introduced an upgrade on the BoomBeam HID light kit for Citations.