Rockwell Collins will be showcasing ground-based military operators, advanced avionics, and enhanced simulation and training solutions at the upcoming IDEX 2015 in Abu Dhabi.
Products include a new wearable version of the FireStorm Integrated Targeting System that provides a scalable targeting capability for use on foot in a mobile role as well as for static applications.
FireStorm Integrated Targeting System is based on joint fires system. It maintains full digital interoperability with a wide range of coalition aircraft and artillery systems, and has a new intuitive, convenient to use interface.
Another product at display will be cockpit concept for fighters and trainers with an integrated environment that enables the design, development, integration and testing of avionics, systems and training components.
The demonstration is augmented with the use of a high fidelity visual system providing the synthetic environment for both ‘out-the-window’ and sensor views.
Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics system for enhanced situation awareness and operational efficiency will also be displayed. The system integrates and displays essential flight information through graphically rich interfaces, including high-integrity head-up guidance featuring synthetic and enhanced vision, and the industry’s first touch-screen flight displays.
The simulation solutions display will include RealFires a scalable and transportable training solution for joint fires operators.
Simulation Solution, CORE simulation architecture will also be displayed. It's hardware/software system architecture allows third-party system integration and customization.
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