November 6, 2018

Dynon Certified - October 2018 Update

Complete SkyView HDX product line now available for Cessna 172 STC. Installation network expands.
The initial C172 STC approval already included most of the Dynon product line. Now, we have received FAA approval for the remaining product options.

The core SkyView HDX system for type certificated aircraft includes:
  • 10” SkyView HDX primary display with all required flight instruments, with integral moving map and VFR GPS Navigator
  • Separate self-contained EFIS-D10A back-up flight instrument

Additional Options Includes:
  • Second display (7” or 10” SkyView HDX display) - JUST APPROVED
  • Dynon COM Radio - JUST APPROVED
  • Dedicated Knob Control Panel - JUST APPROVED
  • Dedicated Autopilot Control Panel - JUST APPROVED
  • ADS-B Out/In
  • Autopilot
  • Engine Monitoring
  • Network Cables
  • IFR Connectivity Kit
As we build our installation network for Dynon Certified products, we are committed to some distinct goals for the program that we think you’ll appreciate: 1) a high quality installation, 2) an affordable installation, and 3) an excellent customer experience.

To that end, we are excited to announce the first expansion of Authorized Dynon Installation Centers .

These new Dynon Authorized Installation Centers grow the installation network to more locations across the US, with installation now available in Montana, Tennessee, Minnesota, and Arizona . Adding to the existing installation centers in Texas and Alaska , more pilots than ever now have access to Dynon Certified equipment. Learn more about how to schedule your install at the Dynon Dynon Certified Website .
We realize that many of you are anxious for a Dynon Certified system, may not be near one of our initial installation centers, or may prefer not to wait for an available slot for installation. As an alternative path, aircraft owners may still purchase the Certified SkyView HDX system and the STC Authorization directly from Dynon and arrange for installation themselves at a qualified installer. 
Upcoming Aircraft Approvals
As we expand our STC’s approved model list, we are now publishing the aircraft that we project will be approved through mid next year. Note that some of these aircraft will have product elements approved in phases, and our plan continues into 2019 and beyond with even more aircraft. Next up: V35B Bonanza approval is expected soon.

Note that this is our projected schedule: The timeline of certification projects of any type with the FAA are beyond any company’s direct control.
Additional Information

For the latest information about Dynon Certified and our SkyView HDX system, visit our website at .

April 1, 2018

Dynon Announces Out of This World STC Addition

Dynon is excited to announce the first expansion of its SkyView HDX Approved Model List STC to OV-100 series spacecraft. This achievement comes only weeks after the successful approval that allows SkyView HDX to be installed into many models of certified Cessna 172 aircraft.

After a weeks long refurbishment process that included the installation of a Dynon-designed VTOL-enabled, scramjet-assisted, Vibranium-powered hybrid propulsion system, Space Shuttle Enterprise launched from a floating platform just off of New York City’s Pier 84. Many New Yorkers in the area were reportedly unimpressed. On-orbit, Dynonauts proceeded with a complete check-out of its avionics and propulsion systems.

Following a full shakedown of SkyView HDX, the Dynon Autopilot commanded the vehicle to perform a re-entry burn, culminating in the first ever carrier-arrested, autopilot controlled autolanding on the deck of the USS Intrepid. Despite the record-breaking achievements, local New Yorkers were still reportedly unimpressed. The orbiter is now back on public display on the Intrepid.
John Torode, founder of Dynon said, “I always knew we were a bunch of space cadets. Boy, was that neat! What’s next?”

This is the second use of Dynon equipment in spacecraft: Dynon’s first space missions occurred over a decade ago, when a Dynon EFIS-D10 provided lightweight backup electronic flight instruments in SpaceShipOne’s multiple flights into space.

March 14, 2018


SkyView HDX is now STC Approved!

We're excited to share that we've just received our first Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for our flagship SkyView HDX system. The STC’s Approved Model List (AML), which initially covers many Cessna 172 models, ushers in a new era of truly affordable, safety-enhancing integrated avionics systems for type certificated aircraft.

The initial STC is for the installation of a full suite of Dynon avionics, allowing pilots to remove the vast majority of their legacy instrumentation, including their vacuum pump. The SkyView HDX system provides complete primary flight instrumentation, including synthetic vision and angle of attack, and complete engine monitoring with CHTs, EGTs, fuel flow, fuel computer, and lean assist. Also approved is Dynon’s fully-integrated two axis autopilot, which features IFR approach capability when SkyView is integrated with a compatible navigator. The approved installation also includes a Mode S Transponder with 2020-compliant ADS-B Out, Navigation and Mapping with Flight Planning ADS-B Traffic and Weather display, and Electronic Flight Bag features. Backup primary flight instruments are provided by a Dynon EFIS-D10A.

Approved Model List

The initial Approved Model List (AML) covers Cessna 172F, 172G, 172H, 172I, 172K, 172L, 172M, 172N, 172P, 172Q, 172R, and 172S models. Approval does not restrict the operational use of the aircraft, and allows for flight in both IFR and VFR. Dynon will be seeking additional approvals for both single and twin-engine aircraft in the coming months.

Pricing and Availability

Pricing for the certified/PMA versions of approved Dynon products will be the same as existing experimental/light sport products. The STC for Cessna 172 aircraft is priced at $2,000. The first installations will be available in the coming weeks via US Sport Aircraft + Thrust Flight in Texas, Merrill Field Instruments in Alaska, and a Dynon-affiliated facility in the Pacific Northwest.

Additional Information

For more information about Dynon Certified and our SkyView HDX system, visit our website at .