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  1. Boeing selects L-3 T3CAS integrated surveillance system and FA2100 recorder for KC-46A tanker - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Fri, 18 Apr 2014

    December 2015. The TCAS module was also upgraded with Hybrid Surveillance capability compliant with the FAA Technical Standard Order . The TAWS component bases its alerting on the actual climb performance capability of the aircraft to avoid Controlled

  2. Enhancing pilot situational awareness for increased safety - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Mon, 2 Sep 2013

    system (TAWS)” to encompass a variety of current and future systems that meet the requirements of FAA Proposed Technical Standard Order TSO-C151, Terrain Awareness and Warning System, and TSO-C194, Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning

  1. Safety-critical real-time software from LynuxWorks takes flight on Rockwell Collins avionics on Gulfstream G280 jet - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Thu, 31 Jan 2013

    platforms. The RSC acceptance letter from the FAA for LynxOS-178 can be used to support virtually any FAA Technical Standard Order . LynxOS-178 is a COTS RTOS that meets the DO-178B level A specification, and delivers security and real

  2. TCAS 2000 and TCAS II from ACSS get EASA Change 7.1 certification - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Tue, 19 Apr 2011

    by John McHale PHOENIX, 19 April 18, 2011. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued a European Technical Standard Order (ETSO) Authorization to ACSS, an L-3 Communications & Thales Company, for Change 7.1 software for its

  3. Avionics system from Honeywell certified for use on Falcon 900 jets from Dassault - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Sat, 21 May 2011

    Dassault May 21, 2011 Posted by John McHale PHOENIX, 21 May 2011. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Technical Standard Order (TSO) approval was given to the software upgrade for the Primus Epic-based EASy II avionics system from Honeywell

  4. Pro Line Fusion avionics suite from Rockwell Collins gets final TSO - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Fri, 22 Apr 2011

    McHale CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa 22 April 2011. Federal Avaition Administration (FAA) officials presented the final Technical Standard Order (TSO) for the Pro Line Fusion avionics system from Rockwell Collins. Pro Line Fusion offers brand new features

  5. Avidyne's DFC100 Autopilot receives FAA certificationfor Entegra release 9-equipped Cirrus aircraft - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Tue, 8 Mar 2011

    Cirrus aircraft March 8, 2011 Posted by John McHale LINCOLN, Mass.,8 March 2011. Avidyne Corp. obtained Technical Standard Order (TSO) and Supplemental Type Certification (STC) of the DFC100 digital flight control system . The DFC100

  6. Pentastar develops iPad EFB yoke-mount bracket for business jet cockpits and other general aviation aircraft - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Sun, 24 Jun 2012

    used at Pentastar’s FAR 145 repair station. The iPad mount will be a Class 2 EFB installation with optional technical standard order (TSO) power supplies, one of the requirements for paperless operations. Gulfstream business jets will be

  7. The GPS crisis: how serious is it? - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Wed, 4 May 2011

    succeed, Sturgell says. That includes two years to design, develop, and test new products, two years for the technical standard order (TSO) process and two years for certification. Further, as Sturgell points out, a new filter would change

  8. Honeywell receives FAA approval for new flight management software upgrade - Intelligent Aerospace

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    Tue, 10 Aug 2010

    and access to Future Air Navigation System (FANS) routes in congested air spaces and oceanic airways. The Technical Standard Order (TSO) approval from the FAA allows the company's new FMS 6.1 software upgrade to be installed in aircraft