Avionic System Design
Digisky supports aerospace OEMs by offering outsourcing services of their development and production process:
Thanks to the long-standing expertise of its founders, Digisky is granted EASA certificates to design, prototype and produce avionic systems.
Digisky owns a proprietary aircraft fleet for in-flight test of various avionic system and ariborne devices.
The company can also count on the fact that one of its branch is located at the Torino Aeritalia Airport, Italy (LIMA), where Digisky operates its labs for highly complex proptotyping
Thanks to the long-standing expertise of its founders, Digisky is EASA Part 21 Certified.
DigiSky is recognized by EASA as an organization that operates on projects related to the development of certified avionic and aeronautic systems and is approved for the development of individual projects to be submitted for approval by the aeronautical authorities (minor modification)
DigiSky’s STC approval is run in partnership with Boggi srl (full privileges owner)
DigiSky has acquired POA Subpart F certification for small batch productions in accordance with design data approved by EASA to be installed on aircrafts. We are therefore able to internally manage all the necessary documentation for the construction of components based on the approved data
DigiSky ensures product compliance through control loops on the material, on parts and on assembly.
Third party companies verified by DigiSky are in charge of all the material processing in accordance with approved procedures: this ensures and guarantees products compliance with design data
We focus on commercial flight testing and we offer aeronautical integrated services for flight trials of new avionic systems during R&D and prototyping phases. We cover planning, execution, analysis and reporting and, specifically:
- New devices airworthiness analysis
- Embarkment system design for flight testing
- Flight test campaign execution
- Reporting and Means of compliance
Our turn-key service is logistically optimized and low-cost: we manage de-risking campaigns for life-critical devices at competitive price and conditions. We offer flight tests for not yet certified devices too.
FLIGHT DATA LOGGER (FDL)
The Flight Data Logger is an avionic system for aircraft’s data acquisition, designed for the technical management of airplanes. FDL allows to automatically manage the technical logs through a web platform that records all flights data.
Moreover, FDL can be paired up with our proprietary head-up smart glasses solution in order to perform glass-cockpit like functions.
– Aluminum Box
– GPS (Global Positioning System) with optionally remote-antenna
– IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) on-board
– Real Time Clock with satellite synchronization
– Pressure gauge for IAS (indicated Air Speed)
– Power supply 12-28 V 5W
– Backup Battery on-board
– Up to 100 hours of flight recordings
– Automatic identification of relevant flight events (takeoff, landing, maximum altitude, maximum speed, stall…)
– Bluetooth interface
– Small size 103x75x30mm
FDL Cloud Services
The flight data logger can be connected to HeadApp’s Cloud Services.
By logging in webapp.headapp.eu server, the user can get access to:
- User registration and pairing to one or more devices FDL;
- Standard GPX flight plans loading;
- Customized checklist loading;
- Pilot’s flights database review.
INQUIRE HERE: http://www.headapp.eu/fdl/
Mobile wind generators to provide cheap renewable energy
Kitenergy is a radical innovation in wind energy generation. The technology exploits the powerful high-altitude wind of the troposphere and convert it into electricity by means of power kites. Two hi-tech cables link the kite to the generator placed on the ground where electrical power is generated.
Kitenergy is an innovative technology to convert high-altitude wind energy into electricity, by exploiting the flight of automatically controlled tethered wings (or power kites).
The kites operate between 500 and 1000 m above the ground, where strong and persistent winds blow practically everywhere in the world, and electricity is generated at ground level by converting the traction forces acting on the tethers into mechanical and electrical power, using suitable rotating mechanisms and electrical generators.
In such a way, high altitude wind energy is harvested with the minimal effort in terms of generator structure, cost and land occupation. Theoretical studies, numerical analyses and experimental results show that Kitenergy has the potential to provide large quantities of renewable energy at lower cost than fossil sources, thus bringing forth a major breakthrough in renewable energy generation.