Hot on the heels of Governor Deval Patrick trying to destroy the aviation industry in Massachusetts, Avidyne, our only local avionics company, which was founded by an MIT alum, has suffered the loss of their largest customer, Cirrus Design. Route 128 is high tech, but apparently Olathe, Kansas is higher tech. Garmin has sewed up nearly every new certified aircraft design with its G1000 system. A Garmin glass panel is now standard on more or less every plane from the Chinese-built $130,000 Cessna 162 Skycatcher right up through the $4 million light jets. The one big thing that Garmin was missing was synthetic terrain, a featured offered by Microsoft Flight Simulator for $39, in experimental airplanes for $2,000, by Chelton as part of a $90,000 retrofit system and as of a few weeks ago by Garmin as a $10,000 option.