EASA has formally approved FLARM for fixed installation in helicopters. Being already installed in over 40,000 General Aviation aircraft, helicopter operators previously had to apply for individual installation approvals from EASA or use PowerFLARM Portable. The newly published EASA Certification Memorandum (CM) extends generic FLARM installations from ELA2 aircraft (previously available as a Standard Change or an AML-based Minor Change) to all CS‑23, CS‑27 and CS‑29 aircraft, including all rotorcraft.
The collision warning system sends and receives FLARM data by PowerFLARM technology. Furthermore the system receives ADS-B data and signals from Mode-S transponders and allows a visual presentation of aircrafts on a display. [Read More...]