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Sandel HeliTAWS L3 Communications’ SRVIVR


SRVIVR Cockpit Voice & Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR) combines the latest in recorder technology with the benefit of reduced weight, compact size, and operational flexibility. SRVIVR includes survivability to the highest industry standards, EUROCAE ED­112, ensuring retrieval of data even in the event of a fire. Available as a CVR, FDR, or combination recorder, SRVIVR offers a range of avionics interfaces enabling direct communications with a variety of rotorcraft systems, including glass cockpits, potentially elimi­ nating the need for a separate Flight Data Acquisition Unit.


L3 Communications www.l­3com.com


Sandel Avionics has introduced a revolutionary adaptive wire­ strike avoidance feature called WireWatch, which will be imple­ mented through the company’s advanced ST3400H HeliTAWS terrain avoidance system. Comprising a detailed database and a proactive alerting capability, WireWatch further enhances the operational safety that the TSO’d HeliTAWS brings to the cockpit by helping helicopter pilots avoid transmission lines and other such hard­to­see hazards.


“We see WireWatch as one of a series of important safety enhancements that HeliTAWS can provide for all kinds of helicop­ ter operations,” said Gerry Block, Sandel’s CEO. “Just as HeliTAWS itself helps pilots avoid controlled flight into terrain, our WireWatch feature helps eliminate the hazard of near­invisi­ ble transmission lines by enabling helicopter crews to spot known wires,” he noted.


Sandel Avionics, Inc. www.sandel.com


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