News and Insights
Operational Loads Monitoring was developed for the United States Forest Service (USFS) to support their fight against wildfires across the US. The USFS uses our ALERTS system to monitor and analyze the performance and strain on its fleet. We provide customized ALERTS hardware and software to the USFS, giving them the tools to record an amazing amount of … Read More
Our customer Seed Hawk unveiled their latest seeding technology, the iCon Wireless Control System, at the Farm Progress Show. We were thrilled to be with them in Regina, Saskatchewan for the big announcement. The metering accuracy and wireless blockage control technology will be equipped on all 2016 Seed Hawk seeding systems. You can read the full announcement on … Read More
The Corporate Cup is organized annually by the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce to promote physical fitness, and of course a little friendly competition among local businesses. We definitely broke a sweat competing in activities such as basketball, rock climbing, tug of war and bicycling. Our “competition makes you faster, collaboration makes you better” mentality definitely paid … Read More
Avionics News recently visited with Nicholas Butts, software team lead for Appareo Systems, to learn more about his experience as a pilot. To see the article online, visit Avionics News.
In 2013, an Alaska State Trooper, helicopter pilot and a snowmobiler were the victims of a fatal helicopter crash after a rescue mission. Little was known about the cause of the accident until the Vision 1000 that had been installed in the helicopter was recovered at the crash site. It was used by the National … Read More
The editors of Flying Magazine have once again selected Stratus for an Editors’ Choice Award. The first-generation Stratus won the award in 2012, and now the Stratus 2 has received the 2013 honor. The award is shared between collaborators Appareo (which engineered and manufactured Stratus), ForeFlight (which integrates the ADS-B data into its industry-leading app) and … Read More