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Attitude Modules and encoders for aircraft. All types of avionics with delivery around the world.

Sale of devices with a flexible design and an intuitive interface that display the ratio, height, speed, slip speed, vertical trend and information about the course to the pilot.
The navigation system and orientations (AHRS) consists of the sensors located on three axes which provide information on location, a roll, height and roving for aircrafts. They sometimes are called MARG (Magnetic, Angular Rate and Gravity) and consist of solid-state gyroscopes or microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), accelerometers and magnetometers. They are developed as replacement of traditional mechanical gyroscopic flying tools.
The key difference between an inertial measurement unit (IMU) and an AHRS is the addition of an on-board processing system in an AHRS which provides attitude and heading information versus an IMU which just delivers sensor data to an additional device that computes attitude and heading. In addition to attitude determination an AHRS may also form part of an inertial navigation system.
AHRS are, as a rule, integrated with the electronic systems of flights (EFIS) which form the main display of flight. AHRS are widely used in commercial and business planes. AHRS can be combined with computers with air data for formation of "the system of data on air traffic, orientation and orientation" (ADAHRS) which provide additional information, such ​​ as the air speed, height and temperature of external air.