Garmin at Oshkosh, Day 4 – Got ESP?


ESP Graphic_B200 front ESP We officially announced Garmin ESP last week, but it has Oshkosh buzzing. ESP is our new stability augmentation system. This electronic monitoring and exceedance-correcting technology is for the G1000 and G3000 and it helps keep pilots out of trouble by helping them maintain the aircraft in a safe, flight stable condition and therefore helps prevent the onset of stalls, spins, and other loss-of control conditions. Garmin ESP will first be available on the G1000 retrofit for the King Air 200, and after that it will be available on select Cirrus planes. If you'd like to hear more about it, here's a great podcast you won't want to miss.

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