Garmin announced aviation webinars through June of 2019. Ranging from Garmin Pilot tips and tricks, cost-effective autopilot upgrades to low-cost avionics solutions, these free webinars offer pilots a broad overview of the latest Garmin has to offer, while also providing a general operational overview of its product line. Continue reading "Garmin's aviation webinars"
Garmin announced the GTR 200B, a comm radio and Bluetooth-enabled intercom designed specifically for experimental and amateur-built aircraft. In addition to advanced auto-squelch, stereo intercom, alert inputs, standby frequency monitoring and more, Bluetooth connectivity allows pilots to connect a smartphone or tablet to the comm radio, adding even more capability to the cockpit. Additionally, superior integration with G3X Touch™ provides more features and benefits that further reduce pilot workload. Continue reading "Garmin's GTR 200B comm radio with Bluetooth intercom is designed for experimental aircraft"
Garmin announced the addition of several aviation webinars through the end of the year. Ranging from Garmin Pilot tips and tricks, cost-effective autopilot upgrades to low-cost avionics solutions, these free webinars offer pilots and customers with a broad overview of the latest Garmin has to offer, while also providing a general operational overview of its vast product line. Continue reading "Garmin Aviation Webinars for Fall/Winter 2018"
The same team that developed the original Panel Builder is making available the all new eHangar.org Panel Designer. Builders can sign up to create a free account and start designing an instrument panel in a browser window immediately. Continue reading "Free Panel Designer available to builders"
RADIANT Technology released several new products during AirVenture.
4 channel Engine Temperature Gauge, which gives the pilot a continuous display of 4 CHT or 4 EGT temperatures, with color coding that immediately shows over-temperature conditions. The gauge also has a numeric readout. Continue reading "RADIANT Introduces New Gauges"
KITPLANES Editor-in-Chief Paul Dye responded to an EAA request for a demonstration on the glass screen capabilities on today's homebuilt aircraft. The plan was to compare the possibilities in an experimental to the EAA's fully STC-updated C172 and an "average" jet. Continue reading "KITPLANES Briefs the FAA on Experimental's Capabilities"