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Rockwell Collins’ Enhanced Vision System

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January 10, 2007

Rockwell Collins’ Enhanced Vision System

Rockwell Collins’ Enhanced Vision System

January 11, 2007 Rockwell Collins’ Enhanced Vision System (EVS) is to be offered to Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) operators in early 2008 and its capabilities are quite remarkable – the EVS presents an image of the external environment on the Head-up Guidance System (HGS) and head-down displays to enhance pilot situational awareness of terrain and the airport environment in low-visibility situations. When displayed on the HGS, EVS allows the pilot to descend below minimums, if the visual references to the intended runway are visible using the EVS.

Rockwell Collins has teamed with Max-Viz to complete the certification of EVS on the BBJ. Rockwell Collins will incorporate a Max-Viz multi-wavelength infrared sensor into the Rockwell Collins HGS. BBJ operators that upgrade to the new EVS system will require an upgrade to their HGS 4000, as well as the infrared camera.

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