Flight management systems are multipurpose avionic computer systems that display navigational information and manage flight plans. They receive data from various sensors to interpret the position, heading, and speed of an aircraft and provide information regarding the aircraft's flight plan, destination, and logistics.
Fan blades and propellers are used to convey power from a source (such as a jet engine) for propulsion or the movement of air. Propellers are an array of fan blades that transmit power by converting rotational motion into thrust. They are sometimes referred to as props.
Deicing and anti-icing equipment removes and prevents the buildup of snow, ice, or frost on the frames of aircraft by chemical, thermal, pneumatic, or electromechanical means.
Wind tunnel testing services provide test facilities and technical staff for aerodynamic testing. Tests may be performed on prototype aircraft, helicopters, trains, cars, or buildings; or for research and development (R &D) purposes.

Fuel Injectors

(13 companies)
Fuel injectors dispense a fuel mist into an engine and can be controlled to deliver precise amounts of fuel at specified time intervals.

Aerostructures

(48 companies)
Aerostructures include the constituent modules of an aircraft's airframe such as the fuselage, wings, empennage, flight control surfaces, nacelles, and pylons.

Flywheels

(29 companies)
Flywheels have a high mass and are connected to a rotating shaft that smoothes the delivery of torque, or turning power, from a motor or engine. The inertia of flywheels allows them to absorb and release energy with little change in speed.
Traction dynamometers and tension dynamometers are used to measure force in tension, traction and weighing applications with cables, guy wires and chain.

Navigation Lights

(30 companies)
Navigation lights are colored illumination devices used on aircraft, watercraft, and spacecraft. They are used to alert other crafts or vessels of the signaling craft's position, status, and/or heading.

Electrical Power Generators

(1,053 companies)
Electrical power generators, also known as alternators, transform mechanical energy into electrical energy. They can be used for backup or emergency power or as an alternator on board a vehicle. Generators can produce either AC or DC power and are typically powered by a fuel engine.

Towbars

(15 companies)
Towbars are devices used between a tow vehicle and a vehicle or aircraft being towed. They are fabricated to withstand the pushback forces of the item being towed.

Combustion Engines

(242 companies)
Industrial engines are heavy-duty, internal combustion engines that are used to power and propel vehicles, machinery, and equipment. They burn a liquid or gaseous fuel such as gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, propane, or natural gas.

Landing Gear

(35 companies)
Landing gear, or undercarriages, serve as structural support for aircraft when stationed on the ground, and facilitate takeoff, taxiing, and landing. Tires are often used to allow motion, but floats, skis, and skids are also possible depending on the sur

Microturbines

(27 companies)
...and hydro micro turbines. An aeroderivative turbine is an engine derived from a jet engine, which operates at very high compression ratios (typically in excess of 30) and which tends to be very compact. Aeroderivative technology enables the manufacture...
Fleet management services supervise all aspects of a company's transportation fleet, which may include cars, trucks, vans, ships, aircraft and rail cars. Services may include financing, maintenance, tracking, diagnostics, driver management, safety management, and others.

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