Aspen Avionics, manufacturer of the Evolution Flight Display for general aviation pilots, and Avidyne report that certification is imminent for the interface between the Avidyne DFC90 Digital Autopilot and the Aspen Evolution Pro Primary Flight Display. Certification is expected in the next 90 days, officials reported at Sun ’n Fun.
Initial certifications will be in Avidyne’s Cessna 182 and in Aspen’s Cirrus SR22, with additional plans to seek installation approval on the Beech Bonanza in the second quarter of 2012, officials with both companies said.
The companies will also leverage Aspen’s AML-STC of more than 900 makes and models to certify the installation on a wider variety of platforms, officials said.
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