|By Business Wire||
|July 23, 2014 07:01 AM EDT||
Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, announced today a new 7-inch G3X Touch display option for experimental amateur-built and light sport aircraft. The new high-resolution infrared touchscreen display complements the existing 10.6-inch G3X Touch system, offering new panel design options and redundancy. All G3X Touch displays support Connext cockpit connectivity between avionics and mobile devices featuring wireless flight plan transfer capabilities and more.
Dual Garmin G3X Touch Displays (Photo: Business Wire)
“Team X, our dedicated experimental avionics team, continues to push the envelope by introducing innovative avionics for pilots and homebuilders in the sport aircraft market,” said Carl Wolf, vice president of aviation sales and marketing. “Customization and flexibility are key when designing an aircraft panel and the new 7-inch G3X Touch display offers just that – the option to tailor the instrument panel to the needs of any homebuilder, while equipping them with an intuitive touchscreen-based flight display with incredible capability.”
The 7-inch G3X Touch display features a robust, infrared touchscreen display, which utilizes Garmin’s industry-leading experience in glass cockpit technology. Pilots and homebuilders who own amateur-built and light sport aircraft will be delighted with the 7-inch display, particularly if height and width constraints are of concern in the aircraft panel. Additionally, owners wanting multiple displays have the option of installing up to three displays, using any combination of 10.6-inch or 7-inch G3X Touch displays. Pilots will also notice a similar user-interface and seamless integration between the different size displays. Incorporating multiple G3X Touch displays into one panel provides added redundancy and enhanced functionality. When paired with a 10.6-inch display, the 7-inch G3X Touch system can serve as a dedicated display for a variety of features including traffic awareness, full-screen moving map, geo-referenced charts, engine information and even serve as a back-up primary flight display (PFD).
Also new, G3X Touch offers the benefits of Connext cockpit connectivity. Pilots are offered the convenience of flight planning on a tablet using Garmin Pilot™ and the simplicity of wirelessly transferring flight plans via Bluetooth® to the G3X Touch system. A G3X Touch system with a GDL 39R shares GPS, attitude, traffic and weather data with a mobile device for display using Garmin Pilot.
Pilots are offered the most comprehensive lineup of integration potential with G3X Touch, including the option to incorporate an IFR navigator such as the GTN™, angle of attack information with the GI-260 and an active traffic system. G3X Touch supports additional connectivity with VIRB™, Garmin’s HD action camera using an easy-access BNC composite video connection. Viewing live, full-screen video on the G3X Touch display is possible when integrating VIRB, which also allows pilots to start and stop video recording and take photos using up to 10 VIRB cameras, right from the touchscreen. Additionally, touchscreen control of Garmin’s industry-leading experimental autopilot is offered, while still supporting the optional stand-alone GMC 305 autopilot control panel. Further touchscreen control for the remote-mounted GTX 23 ES transponder and GTR 20 remote COM/intercom saves panel space as well as offers a simple and integrated cockpit.
Synthetic vision (SVX™) comes standard on G3X Touch, providing a rich, three-dimensional depiction of terrain, obstacles, water features, the runway environment and more. VFR Sectionals, IFR Enroute Charts, geo-referenced SafeTaxi® airport diagrams and FliteCharts® terminal procedures for the U.S., Europe and Canada are offered on all G3X Touch displays, providing pilots with the charts they need for both VFR and IFR flight. A version of G3X Touch includes access to SiriusXM satellite radio and SiriusXM Aviation weather, including weather products such as, NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, TFRs, winds aloft and more (SiriusXM subscription required).
Garmin’s Team X is committed to offering industry-leading avionics to the experimental market, which is backed by our award-winning aviation support teams. A well-equipped, 7-inch G3X Touch system, which includes SVX, video input, a built-in WAAS GPS receiver, ADAHRS, magnetometer, OAT probe, interactive mapping and more, starts at $4,599*. Connext capability via Bluetooth is provisioned in G3X Touch hardware and full support is anticipated in Q4 2014. Customers may also take advantage of lower database prices starting at $49.99 for G3X and G3X Touch. For additional information, visit www.garmin.com/experimental.
Garmin’s aviation business segment is a leading provider of solutions to OEM, aftermarket, military and government customers. Garmin’s portfolio includes navigation, communication, flight control, hazard avoidance, surveillance, and other products and services that are known for innovation, reliability, and value. For more information about Garmin’s full line of avionics, go to www.garmin.com/aviation, www.garmin.blogs.com and http://twitter.com/garmin.
About Garmin International Inc.
Garmin International Inc. is a subsidiary of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation. Since 1989, this group of companies has designed, manufactured, marketed and sold navigation, communication and information devices and applications – most of which are enabled by GPS technology. Garmin’s products serve automotive, mobile, wireless, outdoor recreation, marine, aviation, and OEM applications. Garmin Ltd. is incorporated in Switzerland, and its principal subsidiaries are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit Garmin's virtual pressroom at www.garmin.com/pressroom or contact the Media Relations department at 913-397-8200. Garmin, Bluetooth, FliteCharts and SafeTaxi are registered trademarks and G3X, Connext, Garmin Pilot, SVX, GTN and VIRB are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. All other brands, product names, company names, trademarks and service marks are the properties of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
Notice on Forward-Looking Statements:
This release includes forward-looking statements regarding Garmin Ltd. and its business. Such statements are based on management’s current expectations. The forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this release may not occur and actual results could differ materially as a result of known and unknown risk factors and uncertainties affecting Garmin, including, but not limited to, the risk factors listed in the Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 28, 2013, filed by Garmin with the Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission file number 0-31983). A copy of such Form 10-K is available at www.garmin.com/aboutGarmin/invRelations/finReports.html. No forward-looking statement can be guaranteed. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made and Garmin undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise.
* Manufacturer’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) for the G3X Touch flight system only. Antennas and connector kits sold separately
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