UAS International Trip Support is launching a new communications solution at the show which uses datalink satellite networks to provide connectivity to the cockpit and cabin.
UAS LinkEvolution enables crew to send messages, uplink flight plans, review weather, synchronise aircraft health data and participate in navigation initiatives such as Controller-Pilot Datalink Communications (CPDLC).
The launch follows on from the company’s FlightEvolution flight planning and weather product, which launched last year, and complies with all current and scheduled future avionics mandates. Users can access unlimited datalink communications over all VHF and satellite networks with no per kilobit charges or satellite premiums, says UAS.
UAS has also entered a new strategic partnership with Honeywell Aerospace, under which its customers will be able to access Honeywell’s GoDirect cabin solutions and Honeywell customers will have access to global trip support services provided by UAS, including international handling, regulatory assistance and in-country agents.
“We’re excited to be working with Honeywell on these core competencies," says UAS executive vice-president Jay Ammar Husary. "It facilitates both companies to offer best-in-class services to the aviation industry.
“At UAS, we’re always aiming to enhance our offerings and add more value to our clients, and UAS LinkEvolution is a massively powerful tool.”