Dassault Aviation | August 02, 2021
Dassault Aviation has selected GE Aviation to provide the Primary and solid state Secondary Electrical Power Distribution and Control System for the recently launched Dassault Falcon 10X aircraft.
“The Primary and Secondary Power Distribution System on the Falcon 10X system is a next generation design providing significant weight savings over conventional architecture with equipment reduction,” said Brad Mottier, president of Systems for GE Aviation.
The Primary and Secondary Electrical Power Distribution and Control System for the Falcon 10X will have increased flexibility, enabling Dassault’s rapid implementation for customer-specific configu...
Joby Aviation | July 30, 2021
Joby Aero Inc., a California-based company developing all-electric aircraft for commercial passenger service, announced that it has begun obtaining a Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) to establish the first eVTOL airline.
Joby needs a Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate to operate its revolutionary aircraft as an air taxi service in cities and communities throughout the United States. This is one of three regulatory approvals required for the anticipated launch of Joby’s all-electric aerial ridesharing service in 2024, together with a Type Certificate and a Production Certificate.
Joby is now in the ...
Sagetech Avionics | July 28, 2021
Sagetech Avionics Inc., an innovative technology company that provides industry-leading avionics solutions for Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS), announced the completion of a successful demonstration of Detect and Avoid (DAA) using their low SWAP ACAS X-based DAA computer as part of a Phase 1 STTR for the United States Air Force.
The latest generation of airborne collision avoidance, ACAS X, has become an international standard. ACAS X employs advanced algorithmic techniques and probabilistic models to provide the safest and best collision avoidance system feasible for all piloted and unpiloted aircraft types.
Sagetech has integrated the ACAS X algorithms into its ...
Garmin | July 23, 2021
Garmin International Inc., a subsidiary of Garmin Ltd., today announced the launch of Smart Glide. This game-changing safety tool assists pilots in engine power outages by automating activities to minimize pilot workload. Smart Glide joins the Autonom family of autonomous flight technologies, which includes the Collier Trophy-winning Garmin Autoland. If a single-engine aircraft lacks engine power, the pilot is faced with the critical and time-consuming task of navigating the aircraft from its present location to a suitable airfield. Through compatible avionics such as GTN Xi series navigators, Smart Glide assists the pilot by recommending a suitable airport estimated to be within glide range...