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  • Lower TCO for Aircraft Seat Actuation Systems
    Bühler Motor and Dornier Technologie joined forces to create Next Generation Seat Acuation System ...
  • Hold on to your seat: It's thermoplastic
    Polycarbonate seats began failing after only a few months of use in simulation theaters from SimEx-Iwerks, Burbank, Calif., ( Forty-seat motion-theater attractions subject audiences to high-g forces as electric actuators generate the pitch, sway, and heaving motion to simulate
  • Software in the driver's seat
    , and logging output results for analysis. A midnight mission over Fallujah is a bad time to discover problems with an aircraft's avionics. A glitch in a first-person shooter game at a key point in the action can be a great source of aggravation. These are two examples of why technology deployed in a wide
  • Application: Airline Video & Audio - Reed Relay
    Airliners around the world are bringing more. services to the expanding number of flights occurring daily. The airlines compete with each. other to convince, we the consumer, to fly on. their airline. A major focus area is the individual. seat we are assigned when we board the aircraft. Whether
  • PPS for Continuous Fiber Composites Aerospace Applications
    . is being used in continuous reinforced composites for. aerospace applications. The FST performance (flammability,. smoke and toxicity), combined with the relatively low cost. for this resin make it uniquely qualified for a number of. interior applications such as high temperature ducting,. seat
  • Secure Power with Next Generation SPDUs (.pdf)
    Computer-controlled advances in avionics, such as fly by wire, along with added onboard electrical features, including in-seat, passenger entertainment systems, are boosting electrical demand on board aircraft. Standard thermal circuit breakers and relay systems are carrying ever more current-dense
  • Computer Power User Article - Extreme Hardware
    a game; it's a sophisticated analogue of a military aircraft, complete with a flight stick and all those buttons they wouldn't let you press in real life. Woohoo! Fill your hangar with a DTSF18CP2 model-fully equipped with a high-fidelity Martin Baker ejection seat (hopefully disabled) and a six-axis
  • Composites lighten up A380 seats
    To reduce the weight of aircraft seats, a major seat manufacturer switched several of its seating elements from aluminum to carbon-fiber-reinforced composites. Aircraft seating parts including lumbar and thigh supports, armrest table covers, and shields for in-flight video screens made of Tepex

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