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2014-04-27 23:00:54

RnRMarketResearch.com adds “Inertial Navigation System Market by Product, Technology (Mechanical, Fiber optic gyro (FOG), Ring laser gyro (RLG), Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Hemispherical

2014-04-24 16:33:41

DALLAS, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new market research report the "Inertial Navigation System Market by Product (Marine grade, Navigation grade, Tactical

2014-03-04 12:20:37

Aviation pioneer's technology reduced Controlled Flight Into Terrain accidents from about one in every 3 million flights to less than one in every 20 million flights PHOENIX, March 4, 2014

2014-02-12 20:20:26

DULUTH, Minn., Feb.

2014-01-27 23:25:49

CERTON has successfully become a member of the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Consortium.

2014-01-06 08:30:57

New Ultra-Low Noise MEMS Inertial suite with ARW Noise of 0.001°/sec/SQRTHz (0.042°/SQRTHour) Enables High Accuracy Pitch, Roll and Heading Angles SNOQUALMIE, Wash., Jan.

2013-12-17 11:30:52

Amid news reports on the National Transportation Safety Board hearings regarding possible causes of the Asiana plane crash at San Francisco International Airport in July, questions have been raised about pilots’ overreliance on or failure to understand cockpit automation and even whether pilots are sufficiently trained to fly without it.


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2010-11-15 18:22:54

A radar altimeter measures altitude above the terrain beneath an aircraft as opposed to a barometric altimeter which provides the distance above a pre-determined datum, usually sea level. Radar is the underpinning principle of the system. Radio waves that are reflected back from the ground are timed in order to calculate speed, distance, and time which are related to the each other and can be used to calculate the distance from one point to another. Lloyd Espenschied invented the radar...

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