AeroNavData maintains a comprehensive and high-quality ARINC 424 aeronautical navigation database that can be used for FMS flight, for Flight Simulation, for Flight Planning, for Pilot Training, in Drone Safety applications, and for many other aeronautical data products.
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Scott Morris and Max Gornish of AeroNavData were pleased to attend the first annual Parks College Engineering Industry Days on March 20, 2019, at St. Louis University (SLU). The event was hosted by the Career Services team at SLU along with the Parks College of Aviation, Engineering, and Technology.
The goal of the NDB Working Group and its subcommittees is to assist aircraft operators, manufacturers, regulatory authorities, and database suppliers in maximizing the operational and economic benefits of FMS navigation by the exchange of technical information that improves overall system performance.
The Greater St. Louis Ninety-Nines chapter (women’s pilot organization) held this painting event this year to paint an 80-foot compass rose at KMDH (SIU Carbondale) on September 15 and 16, 2018. Members of our AeroNavData team were happy and honored to participate!
Members of the AeroNavData, Inc. team are in attendance at the ARINC Navigation Data Base (NDB/NDBX) Working Group being held this week (Oct 21 – 23, 2014) at Universal Avionics System Corporation in Tucson, AZ. During this meeting the NDB Subcommittee will review proposals for incorporation into the Navigation Data Base Standard, draft Supplement 21
AeroNavData’s team members attended the RCTA Special Committee 217 meeting June 16 through 20, 2014 at the FedEx Corporate HQ, in Memphis, Tennessee USA. The meeting agenda included the review of the Working Group’s Action Items that included a discussion of the progress of the ED76/DO200A Tool Qualifications, Compliance, Documentation and Matrices.
AeroNavData has finally made visual NOTAMs a reality by transforming the standard complex, coded text into a simple to understand, intuitive graphical image.
AeroNavData worked with Tybrin, Boeing, and US Air Force in Long Beach, CA to perform testing of navigation procedure data for the C17 Globemaster in Tybrin’s Avionics System Integration Lab.
One of the main objectives of the meeting in Brussels, Feb. 25 – March 1, 2013, is for participants to discuss, review, and provide input for end-users to check data quality by having robust quality process within the upstream stages of the data chain.
The ARINC Navigation Data Base (NDB) Subcommittee met the week of January 15 – 17, 2013 in Cocoa Beach, FL to review proposals for incorporation into the Navigation Data Base Standard.