|Aircraft Network Systems
In the aviation industry, accessing the right information in the right place, at the right time, is crucial to support decisions and enhance operations. Teledyne Controls provides operators with an integrated information environment that connects systems on-board an aircraft with those on the ground.
By allowing flight crews to access their corporate information network and stay in the loop with servers, workstations, data links and benefit-driven applications, Teledyne Controls' Aircraft Network Systems (ANS) encourage everyone to work together, whether they're in the office next door or the one 35,000 feet above.
With the increasing number of TCP/IP-based systems installed on aircraft today and their need to interoperate with traditional avionics equipment, Teledyne has developed a suite of aircraft networking systems that support both traditional ARINC 429 and TCP/IP interfaces and provide wired and/or wireless connectivity onboard the aircraft.
The ANS family:
Airborne Server Unit (ASU)
Auxiliary Maintenance Computer (AMC)
Network Extension Device (NED)
Network File Server (NFS)