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Podcast: Genesys Insights - Understanding the Fundamentals of IMA & MOSA

Four part podcast series in which experts from Genesys Aerosystems sit down together and discuss the fundamentals of IMA & MOSA, the benefits of open-architecture design, and the direction the Aviation industry is headed.


Episode 1:

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TECH TIPS - HeliSAS with Genesys ADAHRS

The Genesys ADAHRS is becoming the default external attitude source for the Genesys HeliSAS when not connected to a Garmin G500. This month’s Tech Tips will focus on the installation and alignment of the ADAHRS with a few “tricks” to keep the HeliSAS functioning correctly.

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Podcast: The Flight Path for Genesys Aerosystems and HeliSAS

"So happy to be a part of this industry and knowing that we’re driving the future of where aviation and avionics are going."

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Podcast: How the S-TEC 3100 DFCS Combines Familiar Autopilot Features with the Latest Innovation

Becoming the expert in autopilots doesn't come quickly. Genesys' 40-year history creating autopilot systems has laid the groundwork to designing an autopilot system for the modern era. For Simpson Bennett, Marketing Communications Manager of Genesys Aerosystems, the company's S-TEC 3100 Digital Flight Control System is a perfect marriage of traditional reliability with cutting-edge technology. 

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Podcast: How Genesys Aerosystems Continues Making Life-Saving Systems

"It’s not just about trying to bring a product to market, it’s trying to think, ‘What is really going to help a pilot in a situation, make him better or help him in a high-workload environment?’” she said. “Anything we can do to assist that pilot is our primary focus."

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A few kind words to share...

I’ve mentioned before how much I enjoy attending the various aviation events and interacting with Genesys Aerosystems S-TEC customers. From my experience attending countless events and shows, our customers are some of the nicest people in aviation.

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New S-TEC 3100 Capabilities – Buy New or Upgrade Now!

Technology has been expanding since the first flight of the Wright Brother’s aircraft and seems to be advancing at faster and faster rates. Just look at the last 15 years with the advancements of personal jets, advanced avionics, and possibly pilotless taxis. (See an earlier blog on my opinion of that prospect).

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Believe it or not, there are good reasons to fill in the Warranty Registration Card

How many of you ever take the time to fill out and return the “Warranty Registration” cards that seem to come in everything but cereal boxes? I admit I’m as guilty as the rest for my long-standing habit of automatically flipping them into the nearest trashcan.

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What’s harder: Piloting an IFR helicopter or certifying avionics for a single-engine IFR helicopter?

I’m sure you’ve heard the old helicopter pilot adage that says flying a helicopter is like trying to pat your head while rubbing your stomach while standing on a beach ball. Well, maybe that’s not exactly how it goes, but you get my drift, and the comparison is pretty close to accurate.

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50’s are wild at AirVenture 2019

It’s Oshkosh AirVenture time again. I’m very fortunate to get to attend all of the major events, but Oshkosh just brings out the hardcore airplane geek in me. With over 10,000 airplanes and countless other displays and activities, there’s just so much to see and do – while keeping my job.

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