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STC program proves that Trig’s ADS-B equipment is built for ‘real world’ operations
Last year Trig Avionics were the first company in the world to achieve FAA TSO C166b certification for their 1090ES ADS-B Out transponders. Recently, a Trig TT22 compact transponder was used to create a compliant ADS-B Out solution, installed in a Sikorsky S-76C+ helicopter for offshore use. This underlines the real world conditions that Trig […]Read more
Trig Avionics becomes a Connected Panel™Program Partner.
Trig Avionics Limited has announced their membership of Aspen Avionics Connected Panel™ Program. Trig joins a number of industry leading players involved in this initiative. The Connected Panel concept champions the compatibility of third party avionics products and wireless based technologies. Andy Davis CEO at Trig said, “We’ve become a Connected Panel Program Partner as […]Read more
Trig’s ADS-B Out Transponder gains FAA approval for use with NexNav™ technology.
Trig Avionics, the ADS-B experts have announced another partner product compatible with their TT31 and TT22 transponders. The FAA recently approved a TT31 Trig transponder in conjunction with an Accord Technology NexNav™ Mini GPS unit. This follows a successful flight test programme carried out above the skies of Denver, Colorado by Peregrine. This new addition […]Read more
Trig Avionics – Ready today for Australian Airspace changes
Many pilots are excited by the surveillance benefits that Australia’s ADS-B network offers. Trig Avionics Limited, the UK transponder manufacturer has released new ADS-B compatible software across their TT31, TT22 and TT21 transponder range. This software provides pilots with a simple upgrade path to ADS-B featuring enhanced compatibility with associated aircraft avionics. A comprehensive flight […]Read more
American classic takes to the skies – the re-birth of RV1
A Trig transponder has recently been installed into an American legend. The 1965 RV-1 was designed by Richard VanGrunsven – all later Vans designs grew from the inspiration of this first design. The RV-1 is now back in the air again. A thorough restoration of the airplane has been followed by a tour of the […]Read more