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Aircell’s new Solution Builder app for the iPad

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Available as a circuit card receiver for avionics OEM hosting or as a line-replaceable sensor for aircraft installations, the NexNav MAX supports ADS-B and all normal GPS-based flight operations, plus advanced area navigation and terminal procedures like LPV and RNP AR. “This TSO authorization for the NexNav MAX gives us greater flexibility to serve our customers with WAAS Beta 1 only or Beta 1, 2, 3 LRUs and CCAs to fit their need,” said Hal Adams, chief operating officer for Accord Technology. “The NexNav MAX is another important ‘first’ for Accord Technology.” To learn more, visit www.accord-technology.com.

Aerospace Optics
Aerospace Optics’ VIVISUN line of illuminated pushbutton switches is based on what the company calls its innovative design and capability, and has been credited with many technological milestones. Building on its ability to develop highly capable switching options to the avionics industry, Aerospace Optics introduced its MFB (multi-function body) products at the AEA Convention. Daylight readability has long been a critical safety consideration in the cockpit, according to the company, and the VIVISUN products are designed for excellent contrast and color distinction in direct sunlight. When not illuminated, VIVISUN switches maintain a flat, non-reflective face with the legend completely hidden. The products also have a wide range of different lighting types, supporting many ambient light and operator-interface challenges. When equipped with the optional NVIS feature, VIVISUN products maintain sunlight readability for day operation and are fully compliant with MIL-STD-3009 Aerospace Optics’ for use with night vision goggles. Compact MFB-LED In particular, Aerospace has two VIP modules replacing two Optics said its VIP series is an elecstandard switches. tronic module sized to occupy the space formerly taken up by a single electromechanical switch while adding unique and specialized electrical performance. The series’ initial option is a solid-state relay without the challenge of external packaging since the SSR is built into the device body and can be housed in the company’s standard two-pole switch, the Compact MFB or combined with other options in a four-pole configuration. The SSR packaging can extend to as many as four modules in a single MFB. The company said its switching/relay options and the small form factor means a new range of installation and configuration options are available to avionics technicians. To learn more, visit www.vivisun.com.

that dealers can use to save time and money, and help provide the best customer service, according to Aircell’s Dave Salvador. The first new tool is the Solution Builder app for the iPad. According to Aircell, the app provides an avionics dealer with everything needed to walk a customer through all the options. The app displays all real-world connectivity possibilities, equipment configurations and complete block diagrams with full hardware pricing in any combination. Dealers may answer the customer’s requirements, and the app will recommend a solution. It also has the ability to build a solution from scratch. The second new tool is the Virtual Technician, a robust system which allows Aircell tech support group to gain direct access to Aircell equipment installed in an aircraft. It connects through the Internet with either a Wi-Fi or cellular connection in the hangar, or wherever the aircraft is remotely located. It offers live assistance or installation repair and troubleshooting to dealers. The third new tool is MyAircell, an online self-care portal. “It allows dealers to gain access to many of the functions that dealers are doing via phone, fax and email today,” Salvador said. “A host of possibilities exist with this functionality, including online order tracking, initiating and tracking RMAs, service subscriber agreements and other activities. This online portal is a huge time saver and efficiency enhancer for our dealers.” In addition, Aircell announced that it has established a new aviation scholarship program in conjunction with the AEA Educational Foundation. The Aircell Scholarship, in the amount of $2,500, will be available each year to high school seniors and/or college students who plan to attend, or are already attending, an accredited school in an avionics or aircraft repair program. The Aircell Scholarship’s first annual recipient – Heather Behrent of Oshkosh, Wis. – was announced during the AEA Convention. To learn more, visit www.aircell.com.

Aspen Avionics
Based in Albuquerque, N.M., Aspen Avionics’ company philosophy is getting the latest avionics technology shouldn’t always mean spending a lot of money – on equipment or on installation. At this year’s AEA Convention, the features and capabilities built into the company’s products, plus the ability to work and play well with other companies, were on display. Aspen made several announcements involving partnerships with companies like Avidyne Corp., even as it rolled out its new Evolution Backup Display. For starters, Aspen’s Connected Panel products interface portable electric devices, like the iPad, to the aircraft’s installed avionics. Expected to be certified and released in the second quarter, Connected Panel will provide flight planning crossfill capabilities between connected enabled applications running on the iPad and the Garmin GNS WAAS navigators. According to the company, it will offer tighter integration and

Aircell
Aircell, which provides in-flight connectivity for business aviation, introduced three new tools at the AEA Convention
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013

From the Publisher
Interested in AEA Membership?
AEA Staff/Board of Directors
New Avionics Products for 2012
Training Time
Combined Vision 2012
Before & After
Electronic Engine Instruments
Touchscreen Mania
In Through the Out Door
EFB Solutions
ADS-B
Flight Deck iPads & Tablets
WAAS GPS
Sounding Off On Audio Panels
Repair Stations
Manufacturers/Distributors
Affiliates/Index
AEA Member Company Index
Advertisers Index
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Cover1
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Interested in AEA Membership?
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - AEA Staff/Board of Directors
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - New Avionics Products for 2012
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Training Time
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Combined Vision 2012
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Before & After
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Electronic Engine Instruments
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Touchscreen Mania
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - In Through the Out Door
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - EFB Solutions
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - ADS-B
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Flight Deck iPads & Tablets
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - WAAS GPS
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Sounding Off On Audio Panels
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Repair Stations
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Manufacturers/Distributors
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Affiliates/Index
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - AEA Member Company Index
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2012-2013 - Advertisers Index
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