Book is all about engineering and avionics systems.It is a bundle of short storries about adventure of en ingineer in modern engineering and maintenance department of en airline.It is written by een... More > engineer with 35 years of experiance.< Less
Avionics engineering and project management is a world of his own. Once you are there, you can't go back. Read many great articles about the top engineer with the greatest job in aviation.
He is also... More > a Volare award winner.< Less
The first of a new series of comics starring Avion, the cute little funny furry flying friend you know and love from the Avion Comics, and his friends. In this issue, the setting changes, and you... More > never quite know where it'll go next.< Less
This book in your hand is worth nothing if you don’t read it. People around me are partly responsible for the book because they stimulated me in one or another way to put my thoughts on... More > paper.Many engineers on the planet contributed in this book and they even don’t know it. I have great respect for all good guys working in aviation, making the world fleet safe and keeping the aircraft in good shape. It is great to be part of it. This is a book about Avionics engineering, written by Avionics Engineer.< Less
The rate of change in the field of avionics is so fast that even the legislators are struggling to keep up with it. With new digital cockpits, it is getting to the stage that, if your VCR still... More > flashes 12:00, you will have no business flying a modern helicopter!
The majority of twin-engined (and many single-engined) aircraft now have complex autopilots, glass cockpits and navigation equipment, possibly including Flight Management Systems (FMS).
This book originated with a request from the RCAF for training materials for engineers, but curious pilots whose training syllabus did not include avionics, and who would like to know a little more will find it useful as well.< Less