Friday, April 12, 2024

Elbit Systems to showcase unique panoramic piloting solution at ILA Berlin 2018

Elbit Systems to showcase a modular mission helicopters package at ILA Berlin 2018 exhibition.

Elbit Systems Ltd. will showcase a modular package of solutions enabling the entire helicopter mission envelope, including: advanced tactical flight in Degraded Visual Environment (DVE), multi-role missions, Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) as well as training and simulation at the ILA Berlin 2018.

The unique panoramic piloting solution by Elbit System drew particular attention. Visitors to the company’s booth will be able to experience a virtual reality demonstration of the BrightNite system that enables intuitive head-up, eyes-out orientation flight in extreme low visibility conditions.


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This system is a multi-spectral end to end panoramic piloting solution that fuses multiple day and night cameras into one clear intuitive piloting picture regardless of external light conditions and delivers the landscape scenery directly to both eyes of the pilot. It includes 2D flight symbology, 3D mission symbology and Elbit Systems’ unique brownout symbology.

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An ultrawide Field of Regard display solution brings together the best of visual and synthetic panoramic vision to allow all air-crew members to be surrounded with a daylight–like picture from all angles.

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