AEA 2024: Elevating European Skies with Advanced ADS-B

April 3, 2024
MarketScale

As the European general aviation sector witnesses a robust increase in traffic, the need for tailored avionics solutions has become critical. uAvionix steps into this pivotal moment with bespoke products for the European and UK markets, promising to address the unique requirements of this diverse aviation landscape.

What does uAvionix’s entry into the European avionics market mean for pilots and aircraft across the Atlantic, and how do their products cater to these specific needs?

“5 on the Fly” hosts a dynamic conversation with Brit Wanick, VP of Marketing at uAvionix, and Mark Shepard, Head of International Sales at uAvionix. They discuss the company’s strategy for Aero Friedrichshafen, the upcoming international show in Germany, and how their products are tailored for European regulations and aircraft models.

  • uAvionix’s focus on providing both experimental and certified products that support European ADS-B standards.
  • The company’s strategy for expanding the approved model list for European aircraft, with a special focus on the popular Robin aircraft.
  • Insights into customer experiences in Europe, including successful installations of the AV 30 in Robin aircraft.

Mark Shepard comes with extensive experience in international sales, with a keen focus on adapting aviation technology to regional regulatory and operational needs. His efforts have been pivotal in expanding uAvionix’s reach into the European market.

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