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Airborne 07.26.17: WomenVenture 2017!, Daher TBM910 OSH Debut, Avilution UnPanel
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:10:41PM EST
Also: Continental Motors Update, Trig Avionics Expands, AEA Incubator Inspires, Pelton Interview--Part 3 Aero-News staffers attended the kickoff event to WomenVenture, the Women in Aviation Breakfast, at the EAA Nature Center. The breakfast was attended by a large crowd of aviation enthusiasts, women and men, who were treated to a number of inspirational speakers and plans for this year’s convention. Daher brought their new TBM 910 to AirVenture for the first time and ANN’s Maxine Sheer was there to get the details from Nicolas Chabbert. ANN’s Jim Campbell talked to Continental Motor’s CEO, Rhett Ross, about a number of new product and engine upgrades as well as a C172 engine installation that they had on display at AirVenture 2017… What might happen if you totally re-thought the way an instrument panel is presented in an airplane. To find out, ANN’s Tom Patton talking to Mark Spencer from Avilution about the UnPanel. And... by the way, if you’ve seen something around Oshkosh that’s really cool, let us know with the hashtag #OSH17COOL on your social media posts. In the third part of Jim Campbell’s wide-ranging, no-holds-barred, interview with EAA’s Jack Pelton, we had a chat about the STC program they started last year that’s already paying serious dividends -- as well as some future prospects for next generation airframes and engines. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 07.25.17: Airspace Auto-Authorization, Bogus UAV Hit, CA Regs
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:09:26PM EST
Also: “Drone Billboard”, Eagle v Drone, Self-Driving Cars, Drone Locates Lost Man, Airborne-Unmanned-Help Wanted Greatly anticipated, it appears that this fall, some 50 airports will begin providing Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), which will give UAS operators the ability to “apply for instant, digital approval to fly in U.S. controlled airspace using the same applications they use for flight planning and in-flight situational awareness.” Currently, FAA authorization is required for flights in controlled airspace, at certain times of day, or near sensitive locations. Authorization requests are subject to long waiting periods and labor-intensive manual approvals, which can add more time to, or entirely halt, the process of commercial UAS operations. No surprise here, folks! When a student pilot and instructor approaching Parafield airport near Adelaide, South Australia felt something hit the wing of the SOCATA Tobago aircraft they were flying one night, they initially thought they'd hit a bird... But when the instructor examined the damaged right wing of the airplane after landing, and did not discover any overt biological evidence, he called the tower and reported that he might have hit a drone. That got the attention of a lot of people, and initiated an ATSB investigation -- and oh yeah, started another ignorant media frenzy. Unmanned Systems Canada has announced that Canada has released draft regulations for UAS operations for public comment. The‘milestone’ announcement will reportedly “establish a regulatory environment for UAS operations within visual line-of-sight (VLOS),” which will build off procedures developed and refined over the last decade. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 07.26.17: WomenVenture 2017!, Daher TBM910 OSH Debut, Avilution UnPanel
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:08:57PM EST
Also: Continental Motors Update, Trig Avionics Expands, AEA Incubator Inspires, Pelton Interview--Part 3 Aero-News staffers attended the kickoff event to WomenVenture, the Women in Aviation Breakfast, at the EAA Nature Center. The breakfast was attended by a large crowd of aviation enthusiasts, women and men, who were treated to a number of inspirational speakers and plans for this year’s convention. Daher brought their new TBM 910 to AirVenture for the first time and ANN’s Maxine Sheer was there to get the details from Nicolas Chabbert. ANN’s Jim Campbell talked to Continental Motor’s CEO, Rhett Ross, about a number of new product and engine upgrades as well as a C172 engine installation that they had on display at AirVenture 2017… What might happen if you totally re-thought the way an instrument panel is presented in an airplane. To find out, ANN’s Tom Patton talking to Mark Spencer from Avilution about the UnPanel. And... by the way, if you’ve seen something around Oshkosh that’s really cool, let us know with the hashtag #OSH17COOL on your social media posts. In the third part of Jim Campbell’s wide-ranging, no-holds-barred, interview with EAA’s Jack Pelton, we had a chat about the STC program they started last year that’s already paying serious dividends -- as well as some future prospects for next generation airframes and engines. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 07.20.17: FAST Drones, GeoFencing, Certified Drone Photographer
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:07:11PM EST
Also: SureFly Helicopter Concept, 'Design a Drone', Raleigh v Drones, Aero-TV: AMA's David Mathewson The Drone Racing League recently tested the fastest racing drone, and set the Guinness World Records title for the Fastest ground speed by a battery-powered remote-controlled quadcopter. Hand-built by DRL's Director of Product, Ryan Gury, and DRL's team of expert drone engineers, the drones fly at unprecedented high speeds. The fastest racing drone, the DRL RacerX, demonstrated a reported top speed of 179.6 miles per hour... and weighs only 800 grams. Hackers are making it easy for DJI drone operators to get around the geofencing function included in the firmware of DJI drones, and the company is taking steps to thwart the practice. Such firmware patches are being made available at various locations on the Internet. The dronemaker is reportedly "very concerned"about legal action, and does not want its aircraft to be involved in incidents where operators violate the law. The company has begun a firmware update campaign to close holes in the firmware used to circumvent its No Fly Zone (NFZ) restrictions in the past few weeks. Professional Photographers of America (PPA) has begun to offer their members a new type of certification. The Certified Drone Photographer designation is a credential for photographers that want to set themselves apart within the highly competitive drone-photography market. The Certified Drone Photographer program from PPA assures potential clients of a photographer's knowledge, experience and continuance to develop new skills and techniques as they relate to Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or "drones". The certification is a declaration of professional competence and ability. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 07.24.17: Pelton Opens OSH17!, Zenith/UnPanel, Hartzell/Raisbeck
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:06:50PM EST
Also: Stratos Shows At OSH17, Redbird GIFT, SunFlyer 4, ONE Aviation Update, Pelton Intvw Part 1 Avilution this morning debuted its Unpanel Integrated Avionics Display in the first Zenith CH-750 Super Duty aircraft. Leveraging its eXtensible Flight System (XFS), Avilution’s Unpanel provides a flight deck specifically tailored for VFR pilots flying light experimental aircraft. As its name implies, the Unpanel Integrated Avionics Display replaces the traditional collection of instruments, controls and small, eye straining displays with 17” of easy-to-read intuitive interface tailored to the VFR pilot, while integrating an FMS, moving map, integrated audio controls, and much more – including supporting the federal mandate for ADS-B In and Out. Hartzell Propeller and Raisbeck Engineering are collaborating on new structural composite swept blade props for the Beechcraft King Air 350 turboprop. Hartzell Propeller's exhibit at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017 features a King Air 350 modified by Raisbeck Engineering with Hartzell's newest structural composite 106-inch diameter lightweight five-blade propellers. Following years of tough, arduous progress, the Stratos single engine jet made an appearance at Oshkosh... expanded to six seats, with a 4000 knot cruise code, and a 41000 feet service ceiling, the Stratos, if it makes it into production could prove to be fatal to the long-delayed and poor-performing Cirrus Vision. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 07.24.17: Pelton Opens OSH17!, Zenith/UnPanel, Hartzell/Raisbeck
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:06:45PM EST
Also: Stratos Shows At OSH17, Redbird GIFT, SunFlyer 4, ONE Aviation Update, Pelton Intvw Part 1 Avilution this morning debuted its Unpanel Integrated Avionics Display in the first Zenith CH-750 Super Duty aircraft. Leveraging its eXtensible Flight System (XFS), Avilution’s Unpanel provides a flight deck specifically tailored for VFR pilots flying light experimental aircraft. As its name implies, the Unpanel Integrated Avionics Display replaces the traditional collection of instruments, controls and small, eye straining displays with 17” of easy-to-read intuitive interface tailored to the VFR pilot, while integrating an FMS, moving map, integrated audio controls, and much more – including supporting the federal mandate for ADS-B In and Out. Hartzell Propeller and Raisbeck Engineering are collaborating on new structural composite swept blade props for the Beechcraft King Air 350 turboprop. Hartzell Propeller's exhibit at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017 features a King Air 350 modified by Raisbeck Engineering with Hartzell's newest structural composite 106-inch diameter lightweight five-blade propellers. Following years of tough, arduous progress, the Stratos single engine jet made an appearance at Oshkosh... expanded to six seats, with a 4000 knot cruise code, and a 41000 feet service ceiling, the Stratos, if it makes it into production could prove to be fatal to the long-delayed and poor-performing Cirrus Vision. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 07.25.17: Airspace Auto-Authorization, Bogus UAV Hit, CA Regs
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:06:35PM EST
Also: “Drone Billboard”, Eagle v Drone, Self-Driving Cars, Drone Locates Lost Man, Airborne-Unmanned-Help Wanted Greatly anticipated, it appears that this fall, some 50 airports will begin providing Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), which will give UAS operators the ability to “apply for instant, digital approval to fly in U.S. controlled airspace using the same applications they use for flight planning and in-flight situational awareness.” Currently, FAA authorization is required for flights in controlled airspace, at certain times of day, or near sensitive locations. Authorization requests are subject to long waiting periods and labor-intensive manual approvals, which can add more time to, or entirely halt, the process of commercial UAS operations. No surprise here, folks! When a student pilot and instructor approaching Parafield airport near Adelaide, South Australia felt something hit the wing of the SOCATA Tobago aircraft they were flying one night, they initially thought they'd hit a bird... But when the instructor examined the damaged right wing of the airplane after landing, and did not discover any overt biological evidence, he called the tower and reported that he might have hit a drone. That got the attention of a lot of people, and initiated an ATSB investigation -- and oh yeah, started another ignorant media frenzy. Unmanned Systems Canada has announced that Canada has released draft regulations for UAS operations for public comment. The ‘milestone’ announcement will reportedly “establish a regulatory environment for UAS operations within visual line-of-sight (VLOS),” which will build off procedures developed and refined over the last decade. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 07.25.17: Blue Origin Stands Tall!, Dynon-Certified, Rotax 915iS
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:06:30PM EST
Also: Able Flight, Piper M600 Grounding, Avidyne Updates, Pelton Intvw Part 2 No one who goes to Oshkosh remains surprised… for long... at all the amazing things they see at Wittman Field... but reuseable rockets? ANN’s Jim Campbell went over to Blue Origin to see why they came to AirVenture 2017... and got a tour of their crew capsule. Rotax has had its new 915 iS engine in the works for quite a while, but the company says that they are closing in on European and U.S. Certification. ANN’s Tom Patton got an update on the engine from Marc Becker from Rotax. Piper president and CEO Simon Caldecott said at AirVenture on Monday that a possible material specification issue had cropped up with the M600, leading to a precautionary grounding of the fleet of 36 delivered airplanes. Caldecott said that there was a material thickness issue with the aft wing spar that was discovered in one airplane that had been delivered to a dealer. Out of an abundance of caution, an inspection of the spar was recommended for all of the airplanes. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

It's ALIVE! 2017 AirVenture Innovation Preview Program Now Available
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:06:25PM EST
Get The Inside Details On THE Most Exciting NEW Innovations And Product Announcements From OSHKOSH 2017... The staff of EAA and the Aero-News Network were pleased to release the latest in a series of novel Aero-TV/Airborne programs designed to draw attention to the most innovative and aggressively oriented companies in the aviation universe -- and most particularly, those with REAL news to impart at AirVenture 2017. ANN and EAA have joined together again to present the highly successful "AirVenture Innovation Preview,"(which we call the "AIP", for short), to highlight the incredibly innovative and news-making products that provide the 'BUZZ factor'at AirVenture 2017. Not only have we got the BUZZ nailed down, you can see it for yourself RIGHT NOW… and have been able to do so since several hours before the AirVenture gates officially opened. The AIP allowed dozens of innovators to work with us over the past few weeks to produce informational video presentations with our media staff.

Sonex Aircraft Steps Up As An AirVenture 2017 Special Coverage Sponsor
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:06:03PM EST
Sonex Aircraft and AeroConversions Products exhibit at AirVenture 2017 -- Located in booth 605/622 in the North Aircraft Display Area Be sure to catch the Sonex Aircraft Open House and Homecoming Fly-In the day before AirVenture begins, Sunday July 23rd, at Sonex Factory Headquarters, on the east side of Wittman Field. On display for the second year at AirVenture will be Red One, the factory prototype Waiex B-Model. The tricycle gear Sonex B-Model will also be on-display for the first time at AirVenture 2017, featuring the Dynon SkyView HDX Quick Panel. New for 2017 is the addition of the Xenos Motorglider to the B-Model lineup. The Xenos now includes all new B-Model Sonex and Waiex features, and B-Model Conversion Kits are also now available for Xenos. The Xenos brings unmatched affordability to the motorglider market. Continuing the Sonex heritage of serving the soaring community with a 24:1 glide ratio kit aircraft with all the great features of the Sonex and Waiex designs.

They Deliver! Sportys Pilot Shop Brings You Oshkosh 2017
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:05:47PM EST
Sporty's Pilot Shop Is A Pivotal GA Resource! Sporty’s Pilot Shop was founded over 50 years ago by a flight instructor, and ever since has been for pilots and by pilots. Hal Shevers was a young flight instructor when he began selling pilot supplies to his students from the trunk of his car. Soon there was a small store, then a larger one and finally a extensive company headquarters at the Sporty's/Clermont County Airport (I69) in Batavia, Ohio. From humble beginnings, Sporty’s has become the world’s premier pilot shop and the leading developer of aviation education programs. Sporty’s corporate philosophy is summed up by Founder/Chairman Hal Shevers: “The focus of our business remains educational. We educate pilots to be safe and proficient.”

Airborne 07.25.17: Blue Origin Stands Tall!, Dynon-Certified, Rotax 915iS
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:05:27PM EST
Also: Able Flight, Piper M600 Grounding, Avidyne Updates, Pelton Intvw Part 2 No one who goes to Oshkosh remains surprised… for long... at all the amazing things they see at Wittman Field... but reuseable rockets? ANN’s Jim Campbell went over to Blue Origin to see why they came to AirVenture 2017... and got a tour of their crew capsule. Rotax has had its new 915 iS engine in the works for quite a while, but the company says that they are closing in on European and U.S. Certification. ANN’s Tom Patton got an update on the engine from Marc Becker from Rotax. Piper president and CEO Simon Caldecott said at AirVenture on Monday that a possible material specification issue had cropped up with the M600, leading to a precautionary grounding of the fleet of 36 delivered airplanes. Caldecott said that there was a material thickness issue with the aft wing spar that was discovered in one airplane that had been delivered to adealer. Out of an abundance of caution, an inspection of the spar was recommended for all of the airplanes. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ONE Aviation Provides Singular Support For Coverage of AirVenture 2017!
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:04:50PM EST
Having Re-Energized Personal Jet Flying Already, One Aviation Prepares To Do It Again! ONE Aviation delivers innovative access to general aviation by bringing together a line of products suited to the missions and budgets of individuals and businesses previously grounded by the inefficiencies of larger aircraft. We produce safe, efficient, comfortable aircraft to be used by those who need an entry-level business aviation solution. We build airplanes for you. ONE Aviation markets, produces, and delivers the Eclipse Aerospace line of aircraft, including the Eclipse 550 and Eclipse SE jets, as it continues to further the development of the Kestrel aircraft.

Alpha Systems AOA Presents AV17 Special Event Coverage... With Attitude!
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:03:20PM EST
Alpha Systems AOA -- A Lifesaver For Today's Aviator It doesn't get much more important than this... "I am committed to saving lives in the General Aviation community with our Angle of Attack product. We will continue to strive to make the best products at reasonable prices that will benefit pilots."- Mark Korin, Alpha Systems AOA, CEO / President . Alpha Systems is proud to announce new features and kits for EAA Oshkosh 17. With 19 years of continual innovations, listening to the needs of thousands of pilots, flight instructors and OEM’s to solve the most pressing problem in the General Aviation community; Stall/spin accidents.

TruTrak Provides Steady Guidance for OSH17 Special Event Coverage!
Wed, Jul 26,2017 09:02:57PM EST
The Amazing TruTrak Auto-Pilot Is Pleased to Present OSH17! Visit Us At OSH Display 3030-3031 Founded in 1999, TruTrak Flight Systems is a leader and innovator in the experimental and light sport aircraft autopilot market. TruTrak introduced the first digital autopilot and the now standard autopilot servo for use in this market. TruTrak autopilots are installed in a large variety of experimental aircraft, including, all Van’s RVs, all Lancair, Cub Crafters, Epic, Rans with new models added regularly. TruTrak was founded by Jim Younkin and Chuck Bilbe in 1999 and by March 2000 produced their first prototypes of the DFC 250 and Digital Basic Servo. Andrew Barker was hired as TruTrak’s first employee in September 2000. In December 2001, we were visited by Steve Fossett and a few people from Scaled Composites. We were asked to build an autopilot for what was then know as “project Capricorn”, which later became known as the “Virgin Atlantic Global Flyer”. The Digitrak started shipping in June of 2002, it was our first of many single axis autopilot offering.

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