Sandel Avionics Inc. News
This makes HeliTAWS the only non-Russian manufactured HTAWS approved for installation in Russia.
VISTA, Cal., October 9, 2014 – Vista, CA – Sandel Avionics, Inc., the global leader in wire, terrain, and obstacles alerting technology for helicopters, today announced that the Russian Aviation Authorities and MIL Design Bureau has issued an official Service Installation Bulletin, equivalent to an FAA STC, for Sandel ST3400H HeliTAWS® installations in the Mi-8 AMT and Mi-8 MTV-1 helicopters. This makes HeliTAWS the only non-Russian manufactured HTAWS approved for installation in Russia.
With the ETSO for HeliTAWS, Sandel Avionics can proudly state that all of its products are FAA and EASA certified.
VISTA, Cal., October 10, 2014 – Vista, CA – Sandel Avionics, Inc., the global leader in wire, terrain, and obstacles alerting technology for helicopters, today announced it has received European Technical Standard Order (ETSO) Authorization from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for its Sandel ST3400H HeliTAWS®.
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Here is a procedure to update the ST3400 TAWS configuration when installing a loaner or repaired unit.
If you are replacing a unit that has a serial number less than 2000 with a unit that has a serial above 2000, you will start at step 14.
If you are replacing a unit with serial numbers in the same range, follow steps 1-14:
Erickson lifts Oracle boat sails into retirement days prior to its rendezvous with destiny, on a “clear-blue-22” day, the Erickson Aircrane made its 350-mile journey from Central Point, Oregon, and lumbered into the San Francisco Bay area, flying past such national icons as Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary. Its destination: San Carlos Airport in the heart of Silicon Valley. Its mission: to preserve — and make — history.
It all began last year when Erickson was asked to perform a high-profile lift job for technology titan Oracle. For more than 35 years, the Silicon Valley-based company has been a leader in database software. Over the decades that leadership has expanded to the entire stack, from servers and storage, to database and middleware, then on through applications and into the cloud.