Richard Hardin, founder of Cumberland Signal Labs, tweaks an instrument at his Main Street office in Chattanooga. His invention, which he
calls Flight Hub, helps to consolidate airplane wiring and add an additional level of safety and accessibility for pilots of older planes.
Richard Hardin, founder of Cumberland Signal Labs, tweaks an instrument at his Main Street office in Chattanooga. His invention, which he calls Flight Hub, helps to consolidate airplane wiring and add an additional level of safety and accessibility for pilots of older planes.
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published Friday, July 22nd, 2011
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The company builds a signal routing box that affixes behind the dashboard on airplanes. It provides a physical connection between different instruments.

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