The Active Side Stick Unit delivers real-time visual and haptic feedback of the aircraft behavior to the crew, providing the highest level of flight safety.
This feedback goes beyond merely translating the pilots’ intentions to the aircraft flight control systems. Taking care of quality improvement better crew cooperation with sidestick coupling
The active sidestick of the new Gulfstream G500/G600 series business jet aircraft is a noteworthy improvement. This mechanism causes the same actions to occur in both sidesticks, thus moves in one sidestick give the other pilot useful input.
The Global aircraft active side stick unit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
At NBAA this year, Sagem unveiled a prototype of its innovative active Side Stick Unit (SSU) for civil aircraft and helicopters.
The side stick controller has a design that can withstand any form of unforeseen circumstance, dispatch dependability, and an architecture that allows for the real-time adjusting of force feel laws.
Through the stick-shaker/stick-pusher function and the synchronization between all side stick units, the technology makes it easier for the pilot and co-pilot to coordinate and handle stressful situations.
verifying flight safety and crew training standards in close coordination with airline pilots and test pilots from significant aircraft and helicopter manufacturers.
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