Advanced Avionics Integration
Avionics Systems and ADS-B
This presentation will explore the similarities and differences between Legacy and Modern avionics systems as well as introduction to ADS-B and the 2020 requirements. Emphasis will be placed on the relationship between airframe components and cockpit display, as well as, ADS-B / panel mounted display options. Ample time will be allotted for specific questions.
Location of Seminar:
Fly There LLC.
1115 S. Wolf Rd
Wheeling, IL 60090
Directions to Venue:
Seminar will be held at Hangar 19 next to the Control Tower. Beverages will be served at 6:30 p.m.
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Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
This seminar will be hosted by Fly There LLC, and presented by Matt Saban of Mobile Avionics Inc. Matt is Chief Inspector / Training Director for Mobile Avionics Inc, as well as a business owner. He holds a Commercial Multi Instrument pilots license, Flight Engineer - Turbojet (B727, DC-8) Certificate, Mechanic Certificate with A&P / IA privileges, and Radio / Instrument Repairman certificates, in addition to being a former CFI. Since 1993, Matt has served as a FAR part 135 director of maintenance, FBO manager, Chief Flight Instructor, and shop foreman with various local companies. He also has international flight experience operating as a FAR part 121 airline pilot for a carrier servicing the Americas as well as European and African continents.
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