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autopilot

[′ȯd·ō‚pī·lət]
(navigation)
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Garmin's autopilot solutions are known for their industry-leading performance, reliability and ease-of-use, and we're excited to bring this technology on board Viking Yachts," said Dan Bartel, Garmin's vice president of worldwide sales.
For its Aerosonde SUAS, AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems will be using the Piccolo II autopilot and the newly announced TASE400 stabilized camera system which includes daylight and cooled continuous zoom MWIR (mid-wave infrared) nighttime imagers.
9 million contract for the purchase of Digital Autopilot Systems (DAS) that will be used to upgrade 120 of its P-3 Orion maritime patrol aircraft.
When used with the ST70, SmartPilot X-Series autopilots feature a new one button Dodge mode.
The SmartPilot X Series Autopilots come in a range of sizes and configurations to fit every type of boat -- from fishing boats to world class racing yachts, as well as sub-30-foot lightweight sports boats and tiller-steered craft:
Nautamatic is known for its technology innovation and the reliability of its autopilots," said Dr.
Engineered for reliable compatibility, the latest autopilot in the Raymarine product family includes Advanced Steering Technology (AST) to keep a razor-sharp course and enable smooth, controlled turns.
Through its existing advanced product range, Raymarine has used a combination of innovation and proven autopilot technology to create the new 'steer-by-wire' system, perfect for the Volvo Penta IPS, which has no physical link between the steering wheel and the rudders.
Class II winner, Brad Van Liew's Open 50 yacht Tommy Hilfiger Freedom America, was fitted with a fully integrated Raymarine marine electronic system, and the only work required on the boat was general maintenance of greasing the autopilot drives between legs.
The autopilot display includes an interactive demonstration of autopilots and shows the evolution and development of autopilot technology.