WASHINGTON—Honeywell Aerospace is investigating ways to make its synthetic vision systems “more robust” following a June 18 incident in Australia involving a medevac Pilatus PC-12 outfitted with the company’s Primus Apex integrated avionics suite. The incident, described in an Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) final report, has broader implications in the aviation industry, as synthetic vision systems (SVS) have been growing in popularity—not only in ...
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