New Airdrop Module Offers
Unmatched Support for
Special Mission Operations
Optional Module Available for Universal Avionics’ Multi-Mission Management System (MMMS)
Tucson, AZ – March 25, 2013 – Universal Avionics introduces Airdrop, a new optional module available for the Multi-Mission Management System (MMMS) with the next major software release, Software Control Number (SCN) 1101. SCN 1101 is expected to become available second quarter of 2013.
Developed to enhance operational efficiency and support special mission operations, Airdrop calculates an Air Release Point (ARP), and provides guidance and steering to a position offset where the package should exit the aircraft for a landing at the desired delivery location. Airdrop supports Low Altitude Computed Air Release Point (CARP), High Altitude Computed Air Release Point (HARP) and Very Low Altitude (VLA) package delivery.
Universal Avionics has experienced success in positioning a wide range of products for military and special mission aircraft. Solutions for helicopter, turboprop and light twin turbine all the way through air transport category aircraft in the Military sector are supported by Universal.
Attendees will have the opportunity to view and operate Universal Avionics’ Airdrop Module in booth 329 at the 56th Annual AEA International Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 26th-28th.
About Universal Avionics Systems Corporation
Universal Avionics is a leading manufacturer of innovative avionics systems offered as retrofit and forward-fit solutions for the largest diversification of aircraft types in the industry. Markets served include Business, Special Missions, Government / Military, Airline (regional / commercial), Helicopter and OEM. To learn more about Universal Avionics, visit www.uasc.com/company/aboutus.
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