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Honeywell Aerospace releases upgrades to Primus Epic

Posted 26 November 2015 · Add Comment

Honeywell Aerospace has released new software upgrades for Primus Epic, its integrated cockpit system.

One of the new features to be installed during the upgrades is the IntuVue 3-D Weather Radar Hazard 2.0, which detects hail and lightening, whereas the Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) coupled autopilot, DynaCharts integrates arrival and departure terminal charts with the navigational display, and new mobile applications that enhance pilot and maintenance efficiency.
 
“With its advanced software-based architecture, Primus Epic delivers unprecedented value to operators by allowing for easy-to-install, cost-effective updates that enhance aircraft safety and efficiency,” said Jeff Merdich, vice president, marketing for cockpit systems, Honeywell Aerospace.
 
The new upgrade will help pilots maintain safety and efficiency, using tablet-based tools in order to enhance aircraft operation.  
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