Sandel Avionics win patent case against Honeywell

Sandel Avionics had its third and final win in its appearance in Delaware Federal Court, responding to allegations of patent infringement by Honeywell International concerning aircraft terrain warning systems. The weeklong trial concluded December 5, 2008 when a jury ruled in favor of Sandel.   Sandel is now free to continue to manufacture it’s TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System).


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