Esterline Simulation Visual Systems, a business of Esterline Corporation announced that it has been awarded a follow-on contract by CAE USA to provide glass-mirror collimated display systems for the U.S. Navy MH-60 Technical Refresh and Procurement of Simulators (TRPS) Program.
The total program includes nineteen TREALITY® solid mirror, collimated display (CD) systems that will be installed over a four-year period. Each display system includes support structures, light tightening enclosures, collimating optics, projectors, a projector control system, and an automatic alignment system.
Esterline’s line of TREALITY® collimated displays was designed using its world-class SimCAD software tool, which is recognized as the industry’s most capable and reliable collimated display design tool. SimCAD is optimized for both film and glass-mirror collimator display design.
Mark Saturno, Vice President of Sales for Esterline Simulation Visual Systems, commented: “Esterline continues to lead the way with high-performing, yet cost-effective visual display solutions for simulation. We invest heavily in product development to meet ever increasing demands for enhanced visual performance and lower total costs of ownership. Our new glass-mirror CD is a great example of this, and we are excited to deliver this solution to the market.”
Peter De Meerleer, Vice President of Strategic Marketing and R&D for Esterline Simulation Visual Systems, commented: “Esterline is commited to offering the best simulation display systems to its simulation customers for all their applications. We are pleased to complement our portfolio of film-based TREALITY® CD-Series products with these new glass-mirror collimated display systems to also offer collimation for applications with very large fields of view. Our new glass-mirror collimated display systems have been ergonomically optimized to provide the best-in-class training.”
Esterline Simulation Visual Systems is pleased to offer itsTREALITY® brand simulation and training product line. The TREALITY® brand promotes the design, development, manufacture and world-wide support of market leading, high-performance visual systems for military and commercial simulation solutions.
Source: Esterline Technologies Corporation
Date: Nov 28, 2016