Avionics News May 2017 - 68
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Kuerzi Avionics AG
KUERZI AVIONICS AG and
FDS AVIONICS introduced the Glass Cabin at the AEA Convention in New
Orleans, March 13. Using a smartphone or tablet, passengers can explore the surrounding terrain by pointing their device in any direction, according to the company.
Panning the device left, right, up, or down changes their view. Glass Cabin is the
newest feature of the do CAPSULE.
It also unveiled two new moving maps for business and private aviation. Both
maps, do 3D Moving Map and do 2D Moving Map, are stand-alone hardware solutions that use technology developed for the do CAPSULE.
The company also introduced the Penta Converter, an advanced hardware
video converter for the company's ultra-thin, high-resolution EDGE Series displays.
For more information, visit fdsavionics.com. q
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
signed a cooperation agreement
for avionics expertise and
consulting in the field of avionics.
As the preferred cooperation
partner of Swiss Re Corporate
Solutions, Kuerzi Avionics AG
specialists will act as loss adjuster,
claims examiners for insurance
cases such as avionics losses and
electronic component damage.
The consulting also includes
second opinion regarding avionics
repair and sale of avionics
For more information, visit
SOUTHEAST AEROSPACE announced a partnership with Wisetouch
Interiors to provide aircraft interior design, refurbishment, and manufacturing for
its customer base.
Coupled with Southeast Aerospace's DER interior design capabilities, the
partnership offers a complimentary package for aircraft modifications inside
For more information, visit seaerospace.com. q
Adrian Raths (left) of Swiss Re Corporate
Solutions and Robert Zehnder of Kuerzi