By James Brewer Your guy on the inside at SEA As an avionics tech, I have specialized in autopilots primarily. I find it quite fascinating using electronics to do motive work in flying the aircraft, and how interesting it is using the electromagnetic force to overcome gravity! At least, when it’s all working well. When … More Autopilot Troubleshooting
As the drone or UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) industry continues to flourish, the public continues to eat up everything drone related. The FAA estimates the number of consumer drones stands at over 1.1 million and by 2021 they are expecting that number to increase to 3.5 million. With that many drones in the sky, UAV’s are … More Drone Rules for the Recreational Operator…Part 2
Hurricane season is upon us once again. The official Atlantic hurricane season started June 1 and runs through November 30. Experts are forecasting the 2017 season to be more active than historical averages with regard to the number of named storms. NOAA is forecasting 11-17 named storms, 5 to 9 of which would become hurricanes and 2 to … More Are You Ready For Hurricane Season?