EDMO Distributors, a global leader in the distribution of avionics and installation supplies, has signed a distribution agreement with AvMap Satellite Navigation.
The AvMap company has built a solid reputation as a value-oriented navigation system, with the first units fielded in 1994. The EKP V is a stand-alone moving map display that can be carried on or panel mounted. Customers can add ADAHRS functionality to the EKP V with the A2 ADAHRS upgrade module.
Through continued innovation, the company has produced more products such as EngiBOX and Ultra EFIS systems. These multi-function avionics provide versatile primary display, navigation and monitoring systems for Experimental and Light-Sport aircraft utilizing the ROTAX powerplant. EDMO will augment the North American market through its expansive dealer network.
Bjorn Nagelhout, AvMap Sales Manager, said: “We are very pleased to re-engage with EDMO Distributors as they helped launch the original EKP kneeboard system over 20 years ago. With our increased product line, we see EDMO as the most capable partner to promote our products with a high level of support.”
The AvMap lineup can be interfaced to many 3rd party accessories such as autopilots, video cameras, CAS, EVS, and real time weather display services. Although the systems are not TSO certified, AvMap maintains a robust quality system and superior US and European based customer support capabilities.
Jeffery Geraci, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for EDMO, said: “The AvMap line has matured significantly in recent years. The line offers a unique blend of capability and value for not only the experimental pilot but also can provide reference and back-up situational awareness for certified flyers. We like the scalability of the system for enhanced vision, autopilot interfaces, and other desirable add-ons.”
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