Find out what ADS-B and how it will affect the way you fly.
Discover whether your aircraft will need to be ADS-B “Out” compliant.
Learn more about why we developed TerminalTraffic technology, which alerts pilots to potential traffic conflicts in the airport environment, in Chapter 2 of our “ADS-B Leadership” video series. And see how we adapted it to the unique operating capabilities of helicopters, too.
To learn more about Garmin’s ADS-B solutions look here: https://ads-b.garmin.com/en-US/
Learn why governments are switching over to ADS-B technology.
With the easy-to-install GDL 82 remote-mount datalink, Garmin offers U.S. aircraft owners a low-cost way to meet the basic requirements for ADS-B “Out” compliance. Using AutoSquawk technology to automatically sync with the existing transponder in your aircraft, the GDL 82 offers a “no frills” ADS-B solution that enables NextGen flight operations in controlled U.S. airspace below 18,000 feet.
To learn more about the GDL 82 take a look here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/540911
By law, most aircraft will soon need ADS-B “Out.” But ADS-B “In” can let you receive subscription-free weather and datalink traffic. Learn about the differences in this video.
Garmin VIRB rides along in a Lake Amphibian from Wittman Regional Airport to the EAA Oshkosh Seaplane Base during AirVenture 2015.