Fixed Position Indicator


Displays the attitude of an aircraft relative to a fixed direction in space

The solution involves an external element which contains an element free to rotate within it. The external element can be fixed to a structure, for example the cabin of an aircraft, which under certain conditions can assume any orientation in space. The internal element, on the other hand, thanks to a suitably positioned concentrated mass, tends to assume a given orientation depending on the earth's gravitational attraction.

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