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Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April 2008 1560 Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 www.diamondaircraft.com KNOW NO BOUNDS Synthetic Vision – Real Safety Introducing.

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1 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS Synthetic Vision – Real Safety Introducing Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology on Diamond Aircraft Pilot Briefing

2 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS Synthetic Vision - available now on DA40 XLS Diamond Stars

3 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT Overview Garmin SVT displays terrain as though looking out of the window, which is a major improvement by itself, but SVT does much more, too: The Flight Path Marker shows the projected position of the aircraft based on the GPS position and velocity vector. TAWS alert coloring highlights potential terrain hazards in yellow or red Obstacles contained in TAWS database intuitively enlarge as aircraft approaches A zero pitch line helps pilots determine their altitude relative to terrain. All SVT terrain above the zero pitch line is above the current aircraft altitude and could pose a threat to the flight path. Traffic is represented in 3D, with symbols that change size relative to range to better assist pilots in see-and-avoid efforts Airport signs, runway designations and bodies of water from the TAWS database are clearly displayed with enhanced SVT graphics Result: another great safety- enhancing technology

4 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT interface – page 1 Zero Pitch Line The line not always aligned with the terrain horizon Terrain above the aircraft altitude will appear above the zero-pitch line and terrain below the aircraft altitude will appear below the zero-pitch line Terrain Coloration Same as plan-view moving map Conflict symbology is indicated by changing the color of the ground to correspond to the color of the terrain alert for an area around the alert Flight Path Marker (FPM) Position is projected from GPS- derived position Altitude is projected forward along GPS-derived velocity vector FPM is invalidated when Ground Speed < 30kts or SVS invalid

5 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT interface – page 2 Runways Runway data superimposed on terrain data Includes runways designations and thresholds Surfaces and labels visible if either runway end within 2nm of airplane Runway borders have white outline for improved visibility If runway is in flight plan, it has additional highlight Water Large bodies of water (oceans, major rivers/lakes) Terrain conflict symbology indicated by changing color of water to correspond to the color of the terrain alert Traffic 3-D representations of corresponding symbols on plan-view map page Traffic not depicted if within 1000-ft laterally of planes current location Coloring: same as symbol shown on plan-view moving map

6 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT Interface – page 3 Obstacles Consists of 3-D representations of corresponding symbol used on plan-view moving map Depicted if highest point is within 1000ft vertically of aircraft Color: Grey, if not alerted by FLTA Yellow (Caution) or Red (Warning), if alerted by FLTA

7 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT Interface – page 4 Horizon Heading Marks Depicted immediately above zero-pitch line 30-degrees increments Airport Signs Depicted as translucent rectangular box and sign post Depicts identifier if airport is within 8.5nm range of airplane Not shown if behind primary flight instrument tapes or HSI

8 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT – Pathways – page 1 Overview –Intended to provide greater awareness of the aircrafts position relative to the desired path –Three dimensional depiction in primary field of view –Secondary source of navigation information: Pathways will be removed when primary navigation information (CDI, VDI) is not available

9 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS Pathways - details Pathway displays – en route, VNAV legs, WAAS approach, ILS approach, arrival & departure procedures Pathway elements: –Rectangles are spaced no more than 1000m apart; scale in height and width with approach deflection, –Aligned with vertical axis and horizon –Number of elements: On course no more than five Off course number proportional to the course error –Color: consistent with the currently active navigation aid as indicated on the HSI GPS approach ILS approach

10 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS SVT available immediately on new DA40 XLS & CS New DA40 XLS & CS delivered from the factory after April 11 are eligible to receive SVT as an option Option price: $9,995 Retrofit – compatibility, availability and pricing – will be announced over the next several months. SVT will be available as an option on the D-JET (different pricing), and on other Diamond aircraft down the road.

11 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS Contact your local Diamond Representative John Armstrong Regional Manager Phone:

12 Garmin SVT for Diamond DA40 April Crumlin Sideroad London ON N5V 1S2 KNOW NO BOUNDS Synthetic Vision – Real Life


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