As the aviation industry has progressed through the years, much of the early technology used by pilots has been combined, and replaced with a single digital interface called the electronic flight instrument system (EFIS). This system is used in modern aircraft, and it combines several different sensors, circuitry, and software to effectively replace all mechanical flight instruments and gauges with a single unit. In this article, we will be discussing the different components of the EFIS in detail, so that you may better understand the crucial instruments which make up our modern “glass cockpit.”In general, the EFIS combines a number of inputs with a set of display tools to convey the correct information to pilots. A typical EFIS uses important input data from the following sources:
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