Aeronautical Radio, Incorporated ARINC , established in , was a major provider of transport communications and systems engineering solutions for eight industries: aviation , airports , defense, government, healthcare, networks, security, and transportation. ARINC had installed computer data networks in police cars and railroad cars and also maintains the standards for line-replaceable units. ARINC had more than 3, employees at over locations worldwide. The sale of the company by Carlyle Group to Rockwell Collins was completed on December 23, , and from November operating as part of Collins Aerospace.

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This update provides a significant improvement to the accuracy of the aircraft trajectory and it will reduce airline fuel consumption," Prisaznuk added. Latest News. SpaceX Leads U. Return to Crewed Spaceflight.

The newly adopted standards include new guidelines for the development of avionics systems and components. These standards will provide benefits to operators flying through U. Photo: Rockwell Collins. ARINC , a cabin management and entertainment system standard, was updated to include extended built in test messages for passenger seat actuation systems used with premium seats.

This standard was updated to provide more of a definition for the way that the actuators on aircraft seats report their built in testing mechanisms. This service complements conventional sources of upper air meteorological data derived from satellites and radiosondes. The real-time data is available to government agencies, such as NOAA, in support of forecasting operations," Prisaznuk said.

The IMA architecture, which has become the standard avionics configuration on airframes over the last decade, replaces numerous separate processors and Line Replaceable Units LRUs with fewer, more centralized processing units.

Prisaznuk said future work on ARINC will include the "definition of software operating system services to support multi-core processors. Receive the latest avionics news right to your inbox. Sign Up. More On This Topic. Also On Avionics.


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