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Rockwell Collins to Demo Advanced Avionics and Communications for Military Mission Success at Seoul ADEX 2015

Rockwell Collins will showcase the latest in communication and avionics technology at this year’s Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition. Attendees are invited to the Rockwell Collins exhibit (Hall D, Stand D89) to discover why the company is leading the way in helping bring mission success to militaries around the world.

“We have continued to create strong relationships with our Korean military customers and this event is another great opportunity to build on that momentum,” said Jim Walker, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific, for Rockwell Collins. “We’re looking forward to showcasing our technologies that provide pilots with the highest levels of situational awareness along with communication solutions that enable mission success.”

The advanced technologies on display at the Rockwell Collins exhibit include:

CAAS cockpit for CH-47 helicopters
CAAS is the only open, customizable fielded and proven integrated Army cockpit system. With more than 80% of the world's CH-47's flying CAAS, risk is eliminated and service and support is unmatched.

Pro Line Fusion® integrated flight deck demonstrator for helicopters
Visitors can “fly” the rotary wing avionics solution that features advanced graphical interfaces, intuitive icons and easily configurable multi-function display windows. Pro Line Fusion makes it easy for pilots to keep their eyes forward.

TruNet™ networked communications solution
TruNet is the first family of software defined radios that ensures connectivity between all ground and air elements for unique mission requirements.

In addition, attendees can learn more about Rockwell Collins communications, navigation and simulation and training systems.

Source : Rockwell Collins - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: Oct 14, 2015


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