Next Generation Mission Solutions at Air, Space & Cyber 2016

Rockwell Collins will demonstrate next-generation avionics and networked mission communications including the F-35 helmet mounted display system developed by Rockwell Collins ESA Vision Systems, Pro Line Fusion® avionics, modernized airborne communications radios, Head-up Guidance System (HGS™), multispectral Enhanced Vision System (EVS) and wearable Firestorm™ integrated targeting system at Air, Space & Cyber 2016. The exhibition takes place at the Gaylord National Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.

“In order for warfighters to safely and successfully complete their missions, they must be securely connected and informed, whether on the ground or in the sky,” said Brad Haselhorst, vice president, Strategy and Business Development, Government Systems for Rockwell Collins.” At Rockwell Collins, we uniquely bring mission-critical avionics and aircraft systems together with robust ground-based systems and high-fidelity training, providing our customers with one source for managing all aspects of their operations.”

The following capabilities will be featured at the Rockwell Collins booth (#839):

F-35 helmet mounted display system

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  • World's most advanced helmet-mounted display system
  • Unsurpassed situational awareness, tactical capability and safety

Pro Line Fusion® advanced integrated avionics

  • Intuitive and easy to use for safer and improved flight operations
  • Upgradable for the next 20 years

Modernized airborne communications radios

  • Digital HF high-speed video, voice and data
  • ARC-210 Gen 6, featuring MUOS, Iridium, and Soldier Radio Waveforms

HGS™ and EVS

  • Head-up, eyes forward for maximum situational awareness
  • Improving safety and operational reliability in any weather condition

Wearable FireStorm™ integrated targeting system

  • Scalable for both mobile and static applications
  • Based upon the most widely used joint fires system in the world for the highest levels of accuracy and full digital interoperability with coalition aircraft and artillery systems

Source: Rockwell Collins
Date: Sep 16, 2016