Safe Flight’s AoA Computer Integrated into Universal’s Electronic Flight Display For Low Airspeed Awareness
Premier STC’S on FALCON 50
White Plains, NY (Immediate) — Safe Flight Instrument Corporation, the company who pioneered the development of Stall Warning and Angle of Attack instrumentation, announced today that it’s Integrated Angle of Attack computer system has been integrated into Universal’s EFI-890R Electronic Flight Instruments to create a Low Airspeed Awareness (LAA) display. Premier Air Center’s East Alton, Illinois facility, recently certified the system in a Falcon 20, and plans certification of a similar Safe Flight Integrated Angle of Attack computer system LAA display, in a Falcon 50 currently in flight testing.
The system displays enhanced flight information including: LAA from Safe Flight’s system, TAWS, TCAS, Synthetic Vision, Weather, and Navigational information on four EFI-890R 8×9-inch LCD displays. “Safe Flight has supported us every step of the way in a seamless integration of their systems into the Universal Flight Display for the Falcon 50” said Jeff Maszkiewicz, Engineering Manager of Premier Air Center. “Safe Flight’s AoA sensor will exceed the needs of existing aircraft owners with a minimal impact on retrofits as well as provide the quality, reliability and customer service that they are known for with new customers.”
Safe Flight Instrument Corporation, founded in 1946 and headquartered in White Plains, NY, pioneered the development of stall warning, angle of attack measurement, automatic throttles, and wind shear warning systems for fixed-wing aircraft. In the helicopter market, Safe Flight produces exceedance warning and powerline detection systems. Safe Flight products are installed on over two-thirds of the world’s aircraft in the general aviation, corporate, commercial, and military sectors.