Avio-integrated flight deck – developed for the Eclipse Jets 550 & SE.
The Dual Integrated Flight Management System in the Eclipse 550 and SE absolutely reduces pilot workload and is made for flying single pilot. The Eclipse 550 and SE has an upgraded AVIO IFMS system from the previous Eclipse 500 IFMS avionics.
Built by Innovative Solutions & Support (IS&S) the new Eclipse Jet provides among other avionic functions: digital flight control system, automatic pitch trim and autothrottles, airframe system functions such as stall protection, engine fire warning, extinguisher activation, cabin pressurization control, gear warning, fuel quantity management, and many others. The AVIO System has demonstrated airline reliability and systems capability and is the most advanced FMS available for the light jet class with one simple purpose: Fly Safe.
Integrated controls: For flying single pilot.
The IFMS greatly reduces pilot workload, and in effect acts as a virtual copilot.
ECLIPSE JET FEATURES
- Synthetic Vision
- Enhanced Vision
- Auto Throttles
- Redundant IFMS
- ADS-B Out Enabled
- Dual Diversity Transponders
- Standby Display Unit (3rd AHRS)
- Color Weather Radar
- Full-size Charts
- Airways and Victor Routes
- Coupled LPV Approach
- Vector to Final
- OBS Mode
- RNP (Auto / Manual)
- Easy Insertion of Waypoints
- Easy Insertion of Holding Patterns
- Parallel Offsets
- Procedure Turns and Holding Patterns
- Active Waypoint, Missed Approach, and
- Destination Waypoint Information
- Nearest / On-Route Airports
- Ability to Store 99 Flight Plans
- Complete Route on Map
- Progressive Zooming to Reduce Workload
- Aircraft Position Information
- Scroll on Airport Information
- On-Screen Display of Airways High & Low, Airspaces, Airport Runways, Navaids / Intersections
- On-Screen Display of Stormscope
MFD Synoptic Pages
Avio’s synoptic pages allow the pilot to see all of the information relative to a complete system all in one place. Want to check out the fuel flow? Go to the system synoptic page (FUEL) to see flow, pressure, sump tanks, and fuel remaining.