Aircraft Data Gateway
Aircraft Data Gateway
Honeywell’s solution to wirelessly transfer data on and off their aircraft in real time.
Honeywell’s Aircraft Data Gateway’s enables real-time wireless distribution of databases, loadable software, flight data and passenger traffic enhancing aircraft and flight efficiencies, plus enhanced connections to EFB applications for pilots from ground servers, while grounded or via SATCOM.
- Improves maintenance and operational efficiencies by 50% when loading databases and software or pulling QAR data, reducing manual processes, manpower and logistics costs.
- Eliminates the use of all physical media and portable data-loaders, preventing delays due to damaged, corrupt or missing media.
- Minimizes, or eliminates, QAR devices
- Connects EFB to aircraft parameters to further enable apps
Types of ADG
There are several hardware devices which could be used to create solutions for specific platforms or fleets within the same airline:
ADG 400 - A single unit that acts as the gateway for all data that flows into and out of the aircraft. Connects EFB to aircraft parameters to further enable apps.
ADG 300 – this unit enables wireless data transfer and replaced all legacy airborne and portable data-loaders in a cost-efficient manner
ADG 1AEN – the smallest unit that can enables aircraft applications and simplifies expandability for more demanding I/O requirements
All ADG variants work seamlessly with Honeywell Ground-Based SIGNS servers, with Airline/OEM Ground facilities and with the Honeywell Forge Cloud.
Customize Your Solution
Each airline is unique in its fleet composition, data priorities, and budgets. Please fill in the form below to engage with our team of Solution Architects. They will work with you on a comprehensive solution that could include hardware, software, and services like data plans.
Honeywell Brings Enhanced Data Transfer Capabilities to All New Embraer E2...
Honeywell and Embraer have worked jointly to install Honeywell’s Aircraft Data Gateway 400 (ADG-400) on all of Embraer’s new E2 commercial jets, with an option to retrofit first-generation E1 models.