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  Encyclopedia: Garmin G1000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Garmin is only allowing the G1000 to be installed in new general aviation aircraft, claiming that certifying and installing retrofitted cockpits would have cost and safety issues.
Garmin Garmin International Inc. is a member of the Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN) group of companies, which designs and manufactures navigation, communication and information devices — most of which are enabled by GPS technology.
Garmin Ltd. is incorporated in the Cayman Islands, and its principal subsidiaries are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Garmin-G1000   (633 words)

  
 The Garmin g1000 with avionics garmin gi-106a and Garmin M5   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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 XM WX Satellite Weather - Partners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The G1000 is capable of receiving both XM WX Weather as well as XM audio by integrating the Garmin GDL69 or GDL69A data receivers.
Garmin is a leader in the general aviation and consumer GPS markets and its products serve aviation, marine, outdoor recreation, automotive, wireless and OEM applications.
Garmin and G1000 are registered trademarks, and GDL are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries.
www.xmradio.com /weather/xmwx_partners_garmin-a.html   (298 words)

  
 ShowNews Online: NBAA 2004
Garmin comes to NBAA 2004 with a type certificate for its magic box—the G1000, a single unit that combines GPS/inertial navigation, automatic flight control, communications and primary flight instrumentation behind a large-screen display.
The G1000 was certificated by European authorities in May for Diamond's diesel-engine TwinStar, and in June for the Cessna 182 and Diamond DA40.
Garmin is not expected to announce new G1000 applications here at NBAA—although it is waiting for Diamond to announce an avionics choice for the D-Jet—but expects the unit to be adopted for larger aircraft: The system is modular and expandable.
www.aviationnow.com /shownews/04nbaa/avionics03.htm   (303 words)

  
 AIN Online February 2004: Citation Mustang cockpit evolving as G1000 arrives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The capabilities of the G1000 package convinced Cessna to pick the Garmin system over the Apex suite being offered by Honeywell Bendix/King, a move that surprised some industry observers–but not nearly as much as the announcement that the G1000 system was also destined for Cessna’s piston singles, which have flown for years with Bendix/King equipment.
For steering clear of storms, Garmin’s airborne weather radar is a reengineered version of the KWX 58 radar known to pilots of older airplanes such as Learjets and King Airs.
At the heart of the G1000 is the GIA63 integrated avionics unit, essentially a GNS 430 that talks to the rest of the avionics over the high-speed databus.
www.ainonline.com /issues/02_04/02_04_citationmustangp48.html   (2252 words)

  
 MSN Money - grmn Key Developments: Investing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., announced the introduction of the GVN 52, a customer-configurable, fl-box GPS navigation system that features Garmin's GPS hardware and StreetPilot user interface and is designed to be integrated with mobile audio/video entertainment systems.
Garmin Ltd. announced the GWX 68, a four color digital weather radar that interfaces with Garmin's G1000 avionics suite and the Garmin MX-20 MFD.
Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., announced that it has introduced StreetPilot 2730, a feature-packed GPS automotive navigator that is the first to offer real-time XM NavTraffic, XM Weather, and XM Radio capabilities in a portable product.
news.moneycentral.msn.com /ticker/sigdev.asp?Symbol=grmn   (371 words)

  
 Garmin's G1000(TM) Integrated Avionics System Aboard the HondaJet
Garmin's all-glass flightdeck in the experimental HondaJet presents all flight-critical data -- from engine and flight instrumentation to navigation, communication, weather, terrain and traffic data -- digitally on three large- format, high-resolution displays and puts all primary controls within the pilot's reach.
GARMIN is a registered trademark, and G1000 is a trademark of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries.
Information concerning risk factors that could affect Garmin's actual results is contained in the Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 28, 2002 filed by Garmin with the Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission file number 0-31983).
www.rbcinvest.globeinvestor.com /servlet/WireFeedRedirect?cf=GlobeInvestor/royalbank/config&date=20040227&archive=prnews&slug=2004_02_27_10_5528_1099569   (481 words)

  
 » Aviation Gps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Garmin’s G1000™ Avionics Suite for the Columbia 350 and Columbia 400 aircrafts
Garmin announced that Columbia Aircraft has selected Garmin’s G1000 integrated avionics suite as the new avionics package for the Columbia 350 and Columbia 400 aircraft.
The G1000 system is incorporated into an exciting new instrument panel designed by Garmin which provides elegant automotive styling and enhanced ergonomics for the pilot.
www.gpsnews.org /category/gps-system/aviation   (429 words)

  
 Embraer Selects Garmin's G1000(TM) Avionics Suite for New Business Jets
Garmin International Inc. is a member of the Garmin Ltd. group of companies, which designs and manufactures navigation, communication and information devices - most of which are enabled by GPS technology.
Garmin and G1000 are registered trademarks, and GFC 700 is a trademark of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries.
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.
www.theautochannel.com /news/2005/11/08/147779.html   (791 words)

  
 SpatialNews, the leading GIS, LBS, and Geospatial technology news resource
The G1000 is a revolutionary avionics suite that provides important flight data -- flight instrumentation, navigation, communication, weather, terrain, traffic, and identification -- and presents it digitally to the pilot on two (or three) large, high-resolution displays.
Garmin demonstrates the intelligent design of the G1000 in the physical architecture of the avionics system and extensive use of modern data-bus technology, which combined reduces wire count and overall weight and simplifies installation and maintenance.
Garmin expects to certify the G1000 system later this year for OEM deliveries in early 2004.
spatialnews.geocomm.com /dailynews/2003/jul/29/news8.html   (538 words)

  
 Cessna In the News
The G1000 avionics system on the 172R Skyhawk GA and 172S Skyhawk SP with NAV III is very similar to the NAV III avionics suite offered on Cessna’s NAV III 182T Skylanes, T182T Turbo Skylanes, 206H Stationairs, and T206H Turbo Stationairs.
In October 2003, Cessna announced the Garmin G1000 integrated avionics suite as a 2004 factory-installed, NAV III option on all Skylanes, Turbo Skylanes, Stationairs, and Turbo Stationairs.
Garmin International Inc. is a member of the Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN) group of companies, which designs and manufactures navigation, communication and information devices — most of which are enabled by GPS technology.
www.cessna.com /news/article.chtml?ID=EjcM2X0cBBtw4nLUPRIHqxxQrtpkkVcHTJxqDmyugyPhZlTV28   (766 words)

  
 GARMIN: News Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
OLATHE, Kan./May 13, 2004/PR Newswire — Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), today announced that the company’s G1000 integrated avionics system has been certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in the Diamond DA42 Twin Star.
The PFD interfaces with Garmin’s innovative Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS), which features rapid, in-motion alignment — and can reliably align, even while the aircraft is in flight.
The integrated design and reversionary capabilities of the G1000 allow all flight-critical data to transfer seamlessly to a single display — in the unlikely event of a display failure — for added safety and peace of mind during flight.
www.garmin.com /pressroom/corporate/051304.html   (689 words)

  
 Global Positioning System | Global Positioning System
The Garmin GPSMAP 60CS GPS is a new all-purpose unitpacked with exciting new features and delivering the kind of color that consumers want in their handheld GPS's.
The Garmin Rino 130 GPS is the most feature-rich unit in the Rino family, with a built-in electronic compass, barometric sensor, weather receiver for seven NOAA weather channels, and 24 MBs of internal memory.
Garmin's eTrex Vista GPS combines a basemap of North and South America with a barometric altimeter and electronic compass.
gps.guides-and-gear.com   (2078 words)

  
 SimForums.com Discussion: Garmin G1000
Adding XM weather to the G1000 on the 182 is 20 min for the software update, and less than one hour to install the receiver module into the avionics bay if it's not already there.
Now if Garmin is really smart, in a few years they'll either make all the interface specs public (so that you could buy add-on products to interface with it), or license them for a small fee.
Garmin may have been second to market, but Cessna, Beech, Eclipse and Mooney have not chosen it just to be different.
www.simforums.com /forums/forum_posts.asp?TID=9585   (1642 words)

  
 Garmin(R) G1000(TM) Integrated Cockpit Certified in the Cessna Skyhawk
"The Garmin G1000 has quickly become the most requested avionics package offered on other Cessna models, so we're thrilled to now be able to put Garmin glass in one of the world's most popular airplanes," said Gary Kelley, Garmin's director of marketing.
Cessna is also offering a second version of the G1000 flight panel -- the 172R Skyhawk GA -- configured for the operational requirements of the flight training market and those wanting a state-of-the-art glass cockpit without the need for autopilot or an FIS XM/weather datalink.
The G1000 system is also available now on the 182T/T182T Skylane, has also been selected as an optional avionics package for the 206H Stationair and T206H Turbo Stationair aircraft -- as well as Cessna's Citation Mustang business jet, slated for production in late 2006.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=109&STORY=/www/story/03-04-2005/0003119011&EDATE=   (1045 words)

  
 Flying With Garmin - Electronics - July 2004
Garmin is now building a 450,000-square-foot addition to its Olathe, Kansas, headquarters and has its own manufacturing facility in Taiwan.
Here’s a nugget from Garmin’s annual report: “Management expects that its research and development expenses [already $44 million] will increase approximately 20 to 25 percent during 2004 due to the anticipated introduction of approximately 45 new products.” No wonder the big boys of marine electronics almost all consider Garmin their biggest long-term worry.
While some of these products—like the G1000 or tiny wrist-top GPS for runners—will be of no use to boaters, Garmin has the habit of accessorizing products in one niche with ideas developed in another.
www.powerandmotoryacht.com /columns/electronicsc/0704electronics   (603 words)

  
 Plane & Pilot Magazine | A Really New Skylane
Also, the Garmin unit is the only system that’s “integrated.” For example, in the Cirrus SR22, Avidyne chose to design its FlightMax Entegra display screens to interface with two separate, stand-alone Garmin 430s mounted at the end of the pilot’s right hand.
Garmin built all the navigation/communication/ surveillance radios to be self-contained within the G1000.
The company announced months ago that the Garmin glass panel also will be in the new Mustang jet and both normally aspirated and turbocharged 206 Stationairs, and is now sizing up plans to offer it in the 208 Caravan and perhaps even the entry-level 172 Skyhawk.
www.planeandpilotmag.com /content/2004/jan/skylane.html   (859 words)

  
 Garmin(R) G1000(TM) All-Glass Flightdeck Certified in the Cessna Skylane
The amended TC accommodates the revolutionary Garmin G1000 integrated avionics system, which both aircraft feature as the NAV III premium avionics option.
The new Garmin G1000 is a tremendous step forward for general aviation." Deliveries of G1000-equipped Cessna 182T/T182T aircraft are imminent.
Garmin International Inc. is a member of the Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN) group of companies, which designs and manufactures navigation, communication and information devices -- most of which are enabled by GPS technology.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=109&STORY=/www/story/06-18-2004/0002195928&EDATE=   (963 words)

  
 Plane & Pilot Magazine | A Really New Skylane
If you’ve had some experience with Garmin’s 430/530 line of radios, you’ll adapt easier to the new G1000 system, but it’s true there will be a transition period during which you’ll probably need to keep the manual open and on your lap.
It’s apparent at the outset the G1000 is in its element in the IFR environment—it does, after all, virtually replace the view straight ahead—and that’s of the most use when there is no view straight ahead.
As with the stand-alone Garmin switcher, the unit is fairly telegraphic, though it’s mounted vertically rather than horizontally, with mic and speaker select switches, provisions for up to three comms (including HF) and all the standard nav receive modes.
www.planeandpilotmag.com /content/2004/jan/skylane_garmin.html   (888 words)

  
 StudentPilot.com Message Board - Garmin G1000
I have some basic familiarity with GPS systems (KLN 89, 94, Garmin 430, etc.), but the G1000 is another type of beast.
The G1000 is not significantly different than the GNS 530 from what I've seen so far, but I haven't finished the checkout either.
Garmin's guide on how to fail stuff is at the FAA's website.
www.studentpilot.com /interact/forum/showthread.php?threadid=17644   (690 words)

  
 Pilot Journal | 2004 Skylane
The G1000 is an eyeful because it integrates all flight, navigation, communication, terrain, traffic, weather and engine sensor data onto two screens, a primary flight display (PFD) and a multifunction display (MFD).
Interestingly, the Garmin G1000 system is the only one in the market that can align itself while moving.
Although plans call for the G1000 to eventually be installed in the C-206 Stationair and the new Mustang jet in 2006, the Skylane will be the first out of the chute this month.
www.pilotjournal.com /content/2004/marapr/skylane.html   (1310 words)

  
 Flying Magazine: Garmin G1000 Ignites a New Passion
The two displays in the G1000 system are physically identical, containing all of the controls to operate all parts of the avionics system, including navigation, communication, terrain and traffic alerts, weather radar and, soon, the autopilot system.
The G1000 seems almost too good to be true because it will cost no more than the conventional avionics it replaces in the Cessnas.
What it really means is that all elements of the avionics and other electronics in the airplane are part of a single seamless system, all from the same manufacturer, and all communicating with a common language.
www.flyingmag.com /article.asp?section_id=17&article_id=358   (457 words)

  
 G1000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Once Garmin is able to build the G1000 at a faster pace, expect to see this fine option in the 172 Skyhawk line as well as the workhorse 208 Caravan.
You can bet you'll see the G1000 in other new aircraft in the next year or so, this is a popular avionics update with the piston crowd and it should be.
The G1000 would require a separate STC for each aircraft due to the fact, the required sensors would vary according to the type and model of the aircraft in question.
www.avionicswest.com /myviewpoint/g1000latest.htm   (609 words)

  
 Cessna In the News
The G1000 brings a new level of safety and situational awareness to the cockpit.
In October 2003, Cessna announced Garmin’s G1000 integrated avionics system as a 2004 factory installed, NAV III option on all Skylanes, Turbo Skylanes, Stationairs, and Turbo Stationairs.
In conjunction with the first delivery, Cessna will rollout an exclusive training program on the Garmin G1000.The training program is designed to familiarize customers with their new airplane and to promote the highest level of safety possible.
www.cessna.com /news/article.chtml?ID=EFbyO8xK8ZSyDTtWFR5Vs0Y0RepTDhcTRgdDyXQUchHGiQ15ce   (667 words)

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