Garmin Worldwide, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NYSE: GRMN), introduced the choice of the Garmin G3000® built-in flight deck by Tactical Air Help, Inc. (Tactical Air) as a part of a contract with the U.S. Division of Protection (DOD) F-5N+/F+ Avionics Reconfiguration and Tactical Enhancement/Modernization for Stock Standardization (ARTEMIS) program. Tactical Air first chosen the Garmin G3000 for his or her F-5 adversary plane coaching fleet in 2018. This latest award builds upon Tactical Air and Garmin’s strategic relationship now serving the DOD fleet of F-5 adversary plane. Garmin’s commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) G3000 open structure helps integration with a variety of mission tools together with army sensors, helmet mounted shows, and superior electrically scanned radar techniques. The F-5 is a supersonic, multi-role tactical fighter and assault plane that on this position will present air-to-air fight coaching, close-air assist coaching, tactical improvement and analysis assist. The upgraded F-5 Superior Tiger (AT) can be utilized in an aggressor coaching position, and the G3000 will remodel the cockpit with one massive space show and two touchscreen controllers. These upgrades convey trendy security techniques and new tactical capabilities to the older airframes whereas additionally fixing components obsolescence and reliability points inside the present avionics system.

“It’s an honor to staff with Tactical Air and have our versatile G3000 built-in flight deck chosen for the ARTEMIS contract with the Division of Protection,” mentioned Carl Wolf, Garmin vice chairman of aviation gross sales and advertising and marketing. “Garmin is proud to see our built-in flight deck applied sciences, deployed now on over 25,000 plane, additionally being adopted by the U.S. army and enhancing the mission and security capabilities of our nation’s warfighters.”


“Tactical Air is thrilled to have Garmin’s innovative G3000 within the F-5 AT cockpit,” mentioned RC Thompson, Tactical Air CEO. “The Garmin built-in flight deck gave us an excellent COTS answer to the Navy and Marine Corps’ just lately bought fleet of F-5 plane to make them an much more succesful adversary fighter for our aviators to coach in opposition to.”

The G3000 boasts a big and vibrant high-resolution flight show that seamlessly interfaces to the F-5’s present mission pc, enabling superior mapping, tactical radio capabilities, radar show and extra. The non-proprietary interface, software-based Human Machine Interface (HMI), and mission integration will allow the DOD to quickly deploy new applied sciences sooner or later, whereas offering entry to the newest in business Communication, Navigation, Surveillance/Air Site visitors Administration (CNS/ATM) capabilities. Tactical Air has built-in the L3Harris ForceX mission pc together with a variety of army sensors, communications tools, and weapons techniques into the G3000 touchscreen HMI. Along with night time imaginative and prescient goggle (NVG) compatibility, the G3000 incorporates trendy, state-of-the-art artificial imaginative and prescient know-how (SVT™) that blends an “out-the-window” view of environment on the big space, major flight shows, which is especially useful throughout nighttime operations and through shut air assist missions. Further options inside the G3000 built-in flight deck on the F-5 embody Terrain Consciousness and Warning System (TAWS), Site visitors Collision Avoidance System (TCAS), Computerized Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B IN) visitors.

Garmin Ltd. (shortened to Garmin, stylized as GARMIN, and previously often called ProNav) is an American, Swiss-domiciled multinational know-how firm based in 1989 by Gary Burrell and Min Kao in Lenexa, Kansas, United States, with headquarters in Olathe, Kansas. Since 2010, the corporate is legally integrated in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. The corporate focuses on GPS know-how for automotive, aviation, marine, outside, and sport actions. Because of their improvement in wearable know-how, they’ve additionally been competing with exercise tracker and smartwatch shopper builders resembling Fitbit and Apple. Garmin Ltd. is integrated in Switzerland, and its principal subsidiaries are positioned in the USA, Taiwan and the UK. Garmin and G3000 are registered emblems and SVT is a trademark of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. In 2021 Garmin acquired AeroData, a Scottsdale AZ based mostly firm that gives plane efficiency software program for over 135 airways worldwide. The corporate will proceed to function beneath the AeroData model.