How Small Companies In The Experimental Sector Are Spawning Big Ideas

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The Oct. 7 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology looks at the innovative products being developed for the experimental and light-sport aircraft markets at low prices.  These cutting-edge ideas could be adopted more broadly someday. 

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Aviation Week's Senior Avionics and Safety Editor John Croft tested the core software application of Vertical Power's emergency help system for experimental aircraft. Take a look at John's video below and read his overview: Five Innovators In Experimental Aircraft Sector. Digital subscribers can read his full analysis on tablet devices later today. 

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