Genesys Applies For STC To Install Its 2100 Autopilot DFCS On Cessna 414 and 421-Series Aircraft
July 20, 2015
F O R I M M E D I A T E R E L E A S E
GENESYS APPLIES FOR STC TO INSTALL ITS 2100 AUTOPILOT DFCS
ON CESSNA 414 AND 421-SERIES AIRCRAFT
MINERAL WELLS, TX – July 20, 2015 –
Genesys Aerosystems announced that it has applied for a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) to install its IntelliFlight 2100 Autopilot Digital Flight Control System (DFCS) on the Cessna 414 and 414A as well as the Cessna 421, 421A, 421B, and 421C aircraft.
The IntelliFlight 2100 is a three-axis digital autopilot and flight management system that reduces pilot workload while flying in IMC. Additionally, it provides the precision needed when flying an instrument approach down to minimums. It is one hundred percent digital, with solid-state gyros and advanced servos and sensors. It is specifically designed for piston twins, turbine twins and light jets that need to smoothly handle busy airspace, especially around commercial airports.
“This STC will enable us to provide the same enhanced safety, greater reliability and powerful performance to Cessna twin operators that we already offer to Beech King Air and Cessna 425 operators,” said Jamie Luster, Director of Sales and Marketing with Genesys Aerosystems. “It represents a significant enhancement to our product lineup.”
Genesys expects the 2100 STC to be awarded by the FAA in early September. The system will have a list price of $39,995. It does require a dual ADAHRS interface, which can be dual EFIS installations or a single EFIS and standby ADAHRS or SAM MD302.
About Genesys Aerosystems
Genesys Aerosystems is a leading provider of integrated avionics systems for military and civil customers. Genesys Aerosystems' avionics systems can be offered individually or integrated to provide an entire cockpit. Its synthetic vision Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) revolutionized safety in low-level flight operations and is now approved on more than 700 aircraft and helicopter models. Genesys Aerosystems' Helicopter Stability Augmentation System and Autopilot (HeliSAS) adds to its extensive range of S-TEC autopilot solutions and brings added safety within the reach of a host of operators for whom such systems were previously too expensive and heavy. For more information, visit www.genesys-aerosystems.com.
Director, Sales and Marketing
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