Dart Aeronautical carries agencies on most of the popular aviation brands, which enables the company to offer competitive pricing when it comes to the supply of any system.
Founded by Mike Akatiff in 1972 as ACK Products Inc. to design and manufacturer motorcycle racing parts. In 1974 Mr. Akatiff founded Pacific Coast Cycle Corporation to design and manufacture general motorcycle accessories. While simi-retired in 1987 Mr. Akatiff designed a low-cost altitude encoder using all solid-state electronics. ACK Products Inc. was re-named ACK Technologies Inc. and began manufacturing aircraft parts in January of 1988. Since that time ACK has produced more than 230,000 TSO appliances under FAA TSO-C88a, TSO-C91a, TSO-C126, TSO-C126a and TSO-C142a. In addition to the FAA approvals, the company holds TSO approvals from the EASA, Transport Canada, the Brazilian ANAC and the Japanese JCAB. The aviation products are in use worldwide and have never been subject to any Airworthiness Directives or have had any safety related recalls or service bulletins issued.
All aircraft products produced by ACK Technologies; Inc. are manufactured under FAA TSO Authorisation (TSOA). Our manufacturing procedures comply with all requirements of FAR Part 21 Subpart O. Our manufacturing facility is regulated and inspected by FAA Seattle. Our PAH Project number is PT0880NM. We are regularly audited by this MIDO to insure compliance of our manufacturing processes and records to FAA requirements. Our Quality Control Manual is FAA approved and meets the requirements of Title 14 CFR part 21 subpart O.
The world’s first and only special condition EXEMPT Emergency Locator Transmitter. The all new ARTEX ELT 4000 is a transport-grade Emergency Locator Transmitter that utilises alkaline batteries. This innovative power source means that the ELT 4000 is completely exempt from FAA special condition requirements.
BendixKing designs, develops, sells and supports a full suite of avionics, including integrated flight decks, navigators, audio panels, radios, transponders and ADS-B transceivers, autopilots, radar-based storm sensors and in-flight and on-ground connectivity.
BendixKing avionics are offered on a variety of aircraft in the general aviation market, including single-engine and twin-engine piston and turboprop airplanes, business jets, helicopters and military trainers. Our products are found on aircraft manufactured by Cessna, Piper, Mooney, Beechcraft, Diamond, Cirrus, Pilatus, Hawker, Lear, Textron, Dassault and many others.
BendixKing is a wholly-owned division of Honeywell Aerospace and leverages its entire portfolio of technology and engineering resources, in addition to its own team of engineers, to develop new products and services.
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David Clark Company has pioneered air and space crew protective equipment design, development and manufacture since 1941, with products ranging from anti-G suits to space suits. David Clark Company’s tradition of providing crew protective equipment for leading edge, manned aerospace programs continues into the future, as our designers apply their expertise to passenger and crew protection in the commercial space flight market.
In 1975, David Clark Company introduced the first noise-attenuating headset designed to provide hearing protection for pilots, while also providing clear reception and crisp transmission at normal voice levels in a noisy aircraft. Since then, the ‘green domes’ have consistently set the standards of comfort, quality and performance in aviation headset design and manufacture. Today, our broad line of passive noise attenuating and Electronic Noise Cancelling (ENC) aviation headsets for both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft is the top choice for general aviation and commercial pilots.
For over 40 years, Electronics International has been a leader in digital instrumentation for the aviation industry. We have designed over 50 TSO’d aircraft engine and system instruments. Our long history and deep industry knowledge combined with a culture of innovation make our products an ideal OEM solution for industry-leading aviation manufacturers.
Displays, Interface and Measurement Systems: We configure customised solutions for your toughest applications. Our deep expertise and hands-on support will enable us to guide you toward your vision for the perfect system.
Garmin’s aviation products and services have revolutionized flight and become essential to the lives of pilots, aircraft owners and operators around the world. A leading provider of solutions to general aviation, business aviation, rotorcraft, advanced air mobility, government and defence as well as commercial air carrier customers, Garmin believes every day is an opportunity to innovate.
Genesys Aerosystems, a Moog Inc. company, was founded in 2014, but has been in business for over 40 years. Its heritage includes Chelton Flight Systems, Inc. and S-TEC Corporation, which are highly recognised names that have been in the industry for decades. Key customers include AgustaWestland, Airbus Military, Air Medical Group Holdings, Bell Helicopter, Carson Helicopters, Embraer, Grob Aircraft, Sikorsky, Textron AirLand and commercial, military and government fleets around the world.
Since our founding in 1978, S-TEC Corporation has shipped over 40,000 autopilot systems. We offer one of the most comprehensive portfolios of autopilots for airplanes and helicopters. From low-cost analogue wing levellers to sophisticated, digital, three-axis systems with Flight Director and envelope protection, S-TEC has over 1,500 FAA and international certifications for more than 1,000 aircraft types. In addition, the Genesys Rotorcraft Controls (GRC) products brings digital, full-authority autopilot technology to light single and twin-engine helicopters.
Another key division of Genesys Aerosystems features the pioneers that developed the world’s first FAA-certified 3D Synthetic Vision flight display system and GPS-WAAS navigator. Industry firsts like Highway-In-The-Sky navigation have helped us grow to become a proven leader in integrated cockpit avionics systems for special-mission aircraft. In fact, our display / EFIS products have been certified on over 700 different aircraft types in all four FAA regulatory classes.
Anthem is the future of flight. Our newest and most advanced flight deck will herald a new age of aviation where connectivity will help enable true autonomy. The touch interface is more intuitive than any other cockpit available today. ‘Always-on’ access to data improves operational efficiency and safety while reducing pilots’ pre-flight preparation time by up to 45 minutes per flight. Anthem is scalable and customisable for all types of aircraft. Our avionics products inspire confidence for the flyer of any type of general aviation aircraft. Providing smaller jets and helicopters with the latest and most reliable tech is equally important to us.
Sarasota Avionics & Maintenance was founded on the principles of providing superior service and customer support at a competitive price. This is made possible by seeking out and retaining the best avionics technicians and maintenance professionals in the industry and our staff of 70+ employees bring lifetimes of aviation knowledge and experience. From small troubleshooting jobs to custom panel retrofits, our full-service avionics and maintenance shops cater to the specific needs of each customer.
We know our customers have high standards about who upgrades and maintains their aircraft and we work diligently to try and exceed those expectations. Our goal is to build lasting relationships, providing customers safe, well-maintained aircraft, with all of the latest and greatest avionics technology available.
The world’s first Graphic Engine Monitor was unveiled at the 1981 American Bonanza Society convention triggered a demand for the revolutionary GEM. Insight Instrument Corporation has rapidly become the new standard in engine monitors.
J.P. Instruments was founded in 1986 in Huntington Beach, California, USA. Its founder, Joseph Polizzotto, is the current CEO. Joe was educated at Villanova University as a mechanical engineer, who started his career in the 1960’s at Pratt and Whitney Aircraft in East Hartford Connecticut. There, he worked as a test engineer, measuring temperatures and pressures on jet aircraft engines. With the experience gained in thermocouple technology at Pratt and Whitney, he designed the Scanner™ in 1979, for his personal Cessna 172. Presently J.P. Instruments has added a line of reliable and cost-effective aircraft instrumentation. Among these are engine data management systems, fuel flow gauges and GPS moving maps. Pilots and mechanics alike have come to know JPI for its high quality, good service and utmost reliability.
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Founded in 1964, Mid-Continent began as a small repair station for Wichita’s growing aircraft industry. Mid-Continent went on to identify a new segment within the aviation industry with enormous growth potential: power management. The company positioned itself as a leader in this segment by establishing its True Blue Power® division and the True Blue Power product line. True Blue Power products include USB and wireless chargers, power conversion products, emergency power supplies and advanced lithium-ion batteries. Select products feature proprietary NanoPhosphate® cell chemistry, including the FAA TSO-certified TB17 and TB44 Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries, the first lithium-ion engine start batteries for business and commercial aviation to receive this certification.
Today, Mid-Continent proudly serves the global aerospace industry through two locations: Wichita, Kansas and Van Nuys, California. With the skilled expertise to overhaul nearly 6,000 different products, Mid-Continent operates one of the largest instrument overhaul and exchange programmes in the world, supporting a customer base that includes original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), fixed base operators (FBOs), instrument and avionics shops, flight schools and government agencies. The company manufactures more than 25,000 units per year and processes more than 15,000 units in its overhaul / exchange and repair operation, including gyros, altimeters, HSIs and autopilot systems.
Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics and True-Blue Power products are found in the world’s most trusted aircraft: Beechcraft, Cessna, Cirrus, Daher, Diamond, Piper, Vulcanair, Airbus Helicopter, Bell, Enstrom Helicopter, MD Helicopters, Robinson Helicopter and many others.
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PS Engineering is proud to offer a unique audio solution that will fit almost any mission. In 1985, Mark Scheuer, the company founder, a graduate of the College of Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a pilot, found himself wondering when the revolution would come to the field of audio control. At the time, aircraft intercoms and audio panels had seen virtually no improvement in over a decade. With new digital circuitry and technologies, he believed it was time for the revolution to begin.
Today, PS Engineering has become a leading manufacturer of both general aviation and special mission audio control systems. The company’s sole corporate focus is excellence in the design and manufacture of audio control systems. PS Engineering is credited for many innovations in the field, including IntelliAudio®, IntelliVox®, flightmate®, MultiTalker®, Softmute™, Split mode™, Swap Mode™ and the IRS™(Internal Recording System), as well as being the first to integrate Bluetooth® in audio control systems.
PS Engineering does not make GPS, transponders, or auto pilots, audio control is our one and only mission. With this type of product focus, it is no wonder why PS Engineering pioneered many of today’s audio panel’s innovations. With a network of more than 400 authorised dealer / installers worldwide, the company is a leader in retrofit avionics as well as a supplier to other major avionics manufacturers for their audio panel requirements.
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Even though Sigma Tek has only been around since 1983, it has a long, rich history. The actual Wichita operations started in June 1950 by Ray Erwin. In 1969, EDO Corporation of College Point, New York purchased the Wichita Division of the Weston Instrument Company. That same year EDO acquired the stock of Electronic Equipment Engineering, Inc. (EEE) of Dallas. EEE designed and produced radio / audio control equipment for long range aircraft. These acquisitions by EDO completed its entry into the general aviation market. EEE was moved to Wichita in 1970.
The next decade saw general aviation reach its pinnacle, producing over 18,000 new aircraft in 1978 alone. But due to soaring product liability costs, fuel costs, governmental actions and other economic factors, a sharp decline in the industry started the next year. By 1987, fewer than 1600 general aviation aircraft were produced. In late 1982, EDO made a business decision to divest itself of the EDO-Aire Group practically ending a sixty-year presence in the aviation industry. In April 1983, four key executives of EDO-Aire Wichita formed Sigma Tek, Inc. and subsequently purchased the assets of EDO-Aire Wichita from EDO Corporation in May 1983 and a new era had begun.
Since its formation, Sigma Tek has continued to manufacture and distribute aviation instruments, accessories and control panels to the worldwide aviation industry. We are continuously conducting research and development for improvement of our current product line as well as for the development of new products. On 1 May 1986, Sigma Tek moved its entire operation to a new, modern, 42,500 square foot facility in Augusta, Kansas.
On 1 September 1987, Sigma Tek purchased Aircraft Radio Corporation (ARC) from Honeywell, Inc. Prior to its purchase by Honeywell in late 1983, ARC had been a wholly owned subsidiary of Cessna Aircraft. It is interesting to note that at the time when general aviation was at its highest, ARC was by far our largest customer. Through ARC, we service and support nearly all of the avionics and flight control systems for Cessna Aircraft. In 1990 Sigma Tek decided to delve into the development and marketing of new state-of-the-art digital radio / audio control panels for the commercial aviation market. Since then, Sigma Tek has made many breakthroughs in the advancement of technology. Even though Sigma Tek is a small company, we are a major force in the general aviation community. In our brief history we have managed to grow and be profitable throughout the dedication and hard work of our employees. This performance was during a period in which general aviation was suffering one of the worst downturns of any industry in our nation’s history.