Aspen Avionics recently announced the release of a series
of enhancements that broaden the compatibility and expand the
functionality of the Evolution Flight Display System.
Aspen’s most recent product updates include:
Approval for the Evolution system to emulate the Collins PN 101
HSI system, providing lateral and vertical deviation, heading, and
course datum inputs to compatible autopilots.
The Air Data Computer outputs from the Evolution system are now
approved to provide the automatic pressure altitude reporting
information to ATC radar beacon transponders that accept digital
The EFD1000 C3 Pro and EFD1000H PFD can now display traffic
overlay information from compatible TAS and TCAS systems.
Larger fonts have been implemented for the airspeed and
altitude bug, tape, and drum values, baro setting, selected
heading, selected course, true
airspeed, groundspeed, and outside air temperature.
To reduce pilot workload, the operator configured PFD traffic
overlay settings are now retained after a flight display on/off
“The evolving functionality and expanding interfaces that
Aspen brings to market are key to creating ongoing value for our
customers,” said Brad Hayden Vice President of Marketing.
“Because the Aspen system is built to be compatible with
other avionics equipment and is easily upgradeable when new
features and functionality are introduced, the investment our
customers make in glass panel technology is protected.”
Customers are encouraged to contact their Authorized Aspen
Dealer to discuss the upgrade options available for their Evolution