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Coming Up: October 2019

Here's what to look for in the October 2019 issue of Avionics International.

Here's what to look for in the October 2019 issue of Avionics International.

Cyber Security for Connected Avionics

Over the last year, there has been a lot of activity by regulators and industry to address cybersecurity concerns associated with adding connected avionics systems to aircraft. We’ll get the latest insights on what you need to know from each of these two perspectives on this highly debated topic.

New ADS-B Updates for US Business Aviation Operators

Believe it or not there are some important new updates on the regulatory side of the FAA’s

Jan. 1, 2020 ADS-B Out policy that you need to know several months before the mandate goes into effect. We will also talk to some new MRO shops and operators to understand where the business and general aviation communities stands on equipage as the mandate nears.

Walking the Walk on Certification?

In recent years, there have been several civil aviation regulatory efforts to improve the process for obtaining certification for avionics and other aircraft systems. Independent providers of supplemental type certifications and other certification packages have also introduced new approaches to the process. Here, we’ll give you a reality check on this topic.

Memory Challenges for Navigation Database Expansion?

As the number of performance-based navigation routes and approaches scales up in flight information regions across the world, the amount of memory necessary for flight management systems to load and update the data and information associated with those routes and approaches is greatly challenged. We’ll talk to stakeholders on all sides of this issue to understand what’s being done to ensure there’s enough memory for continued expansion.

UAS Detect and Avoid Technology Expands

The number of operators and government-industry initiatives deploying initial commercial unmanned aircraft systems operations is greatly expanding in the U.S. and Europe. A key enabler to future growth in this area is the use of advanced detect and avoid technologies to ensure unmanned and manned aircraft separation.

Advertising space close: September 9, 2019

Materials Due: September 17, 2019

For more information or to reserve advertising space, please contact:

Tish Drake

(+1) 303-520-0040