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The 2020 Avionics Innovation Preview!

Fri, May 29, 2020

It's ALIVE!!! -- The 2020 Avionics Innovation Preview! (NPI 'Plan B')

Welcome to the Avionics Program that would not die…

Update: The 2020 Avionics Innovation Preview went LIVE at 1400 ET today and we've already gotten a lot feedback and attention. Run. Do not walk, to your PC and check out over 20 iterations of modern, innovative, avionics and aviation goodies at www.airborne-live.net !!! We're already getting RAVE reviews, folks... don't miss this!

Original Report: Like all of you, we would much rather have, a couple of weeks ago, have been presenting The 2020 AEA New Product Introduction Live Programming (known as the 'NPI') we were preparing so carefully, as well as an additional seven or eight hours of live interviews. But it appeared that somebody upstairs was bound and determined to give us their best version of the Zombie Apocalypse, and so here we are.

One of the hits of our Annual AEA LIVE Coverage was the opening day's presentation of dozens of new product 'reveals' showcased, in rapid-fire, exciting, succession all the cool new things that were to come for the next year... it was proof positive that the avionics industry was one of the most innovative on Planet Earth. 

We missed providing that to you... until now. 

Over the last few several days, the best of the ANN staff, (which frankly is pretty much all of them), has put together what we call "NPI – Plan B." Utilizing many of the resources at our disposal, and all the work that the AEA New Product Introduction presenters had done in preparing those cool New Product Introduction presentations, we’re going to present a Big-Time Online Reveal On April 10th, which will allow us to give you the best possible look at many of the innovations and exciting new avionics that would have been seen at AEA2020.

Using the model established for our various Airborne Innovation Previews, we've prepared a massive program featuring nearly 20 of the products, companies and cool new aero-goodies we wanted to see last month. 

We will unveil it all late this week and present it, in multiple formats via our online portal at www.airborne-live.net

This will also serve as an introduction to our forthcoming new 'Airborne-Avionics' news-weekly... an expertly produced program designed to keep you abreast of all the cool news being made in the avionics field by the ever-industrious avionics community. 

We're pleased to present all this despite the ravages of COVID-19, and the vicious way it has affected all our lives... but we are a resilient community, and ANN is pleased to prove it once again with extensive news coverage about the wonders of the Aero-Verse... avionics style. 

SO... do NOT miss this program coming your way in a few days... and we'll unveil the specific schedule right before launch this Friday. See you then!

FMI: Broadcast Date: April 10th, 1400ET. Online Portal: www.airborne-live.net

 


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