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AEA 2002: Avionics Advances Continue Unabated

Special Report: Avionics manufacturers gathered in Palm Springs last week to show off their latest wizardry including data-link services for in-cockpit weather and traffic avoidance, glitzy cockpit displays, solid-state gyros, satellite music, and more. AVweb's Dave Higdon reports.

AEA 2002: Avionics Advances Continue Unabated

SPECIAL REPORT: Avionics manufacturers gathered in Palm Springs last week to show off their latest wizardry including data-link services for in-cockpit weather and traffic avoidance, glitzy cockpit displays, solid-state gyros, satellite music, and more. AVweb's Dave Higdon reports.

Special Report: AEA 2001

What's going on in the avionics industry? What are some of the challenges manufacturers, vendors, sales organizations and technicians are facing in 2001? The best place to get answers to these questions and more was the 2001 edition of the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) Trade Show and Convention, which was held in Dallas, Texas, on April 26-28. AVweb's Ann Devers was there and filed this report.

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