Rockwell Collins showcases advanced avionics, simulation and training and communications solutions
At Aero India 2013, Rockwell Collins will showcase its advanced avionics solutions for India, and discuss its continued investment in the region through steady growth, strategic alliances and commitment to build on existing customer relationships.
Company representatives from the region will also be on hand to demonstrate the latest military communication technology.
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The Rockwell Collins exhibit (Hall E, Stand E1.9.1) features a series of interactive and live product demonstrations that reflect the company’s expansive offerings for its customers in India and around the globe.
Exhibit highlights include:
- Virtual Avionics Procedures Trainer (VAPT) – The VAPT is based on Rockwell Collins' advanced CORE™ simulation architecture and features a modular, expandable and configurable combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology, PC-based hardware and Rockwell Collins re-hosted avionics software.
- Rotary wing synthetic vision demonstration – Rockwell Collins is developing a 3D synthetic vision-based imagery system that will be used with multifunction radar. Rockwell Collins is fusing radar data with terrain and obstacle data to produce an integrated 3D view of the operational environment.
- FlexNet™ radios – Available through a strategic agreement with Rockwell Collins and Thales, FlexNet software defined radio systems are modular, open architecture, hardware and software systems that host a customized, high-data rate, networked waveform. The waveform provides military forces with a mobile network capable of simultaneous voice, data and video communications.
- Engine Instrument Display System – Rockwell Collins will display its Engine Instrument Display System (EIDS) capabilities with an iPad demonstration. EIDS replicates existing engine indicators while providing rapid identification of engine warnings through high-contrast color changes.
Source : Rockwell Collins, Inc. (NYSE: COL)