The constant ground speed mode operates like an automobile's cruise control.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for Ground Speed
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The operator has the ability to control maximum ground speed through the use of virtual gears to provide flexibility in various machine applications.
The continuously variable gear ratio of the variator also enables the engine to run at a more efficient operating range independent of machine ground speed.
Shanghai has embraced this technology and provides the first commercial maglev passenger service to and from its new Pudong International Airport, reaching unprecedented ground speeds of more than 275 mph in daily operation (twice as fast as AmtrakÕs fastest commuter train).
The plane itself made the record books for flying at a ground speed of 1,488 miles per hour - the fastest speed ever recorded for a commercial airliner.
The 982-mile flight was made in a Cirrus SR22 aircraft with an average ground speed of over 150 knots - 172 mph.
Powered by a Cummins 99-hp, turbo-charged diesel engine with high torque * Load capacity rated at 3,850 pounds * Lift capacity of nearly 12 feet * Features vertical-lift linkage to provide consistent forward reach throughout the lift cycle * Available two-speed drive offers ground speeds to 12.
A two-speed drive is available, which offers ground speeds up to 12.