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06:17 AM, February 5, 2014
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Rockwell Collins will showcase its next-generation radios in addition to MultiScan ThreatTrack weather radar, the EVS-3000 enhanced vision system and the HeliSure family of products for helicopters at the Singapore Airshow 2014 taking place Feb. 11-16.

Rockwell Collins will be highlighting the next generation Talon RT-8400 international software defined radio, which provides next generation fully exportable secure communications, and the 721S VHF-UHF radio, an Ethernet-based command and control system that employs open system standards to deliver superior interoperability.

The company's newly formed Information Management Services division, ARINC, the 2013 acquisition, will also be exhibiting at the show. The company representatives will be demonstrating the latest ARINC Direct Flight Planning and International Trip Planning applications on mobile devices; airport self-service check-in technology; and a running video presentation of the company’s aerospace capabilities.

The company exhibit will have EVS-3000 features the latest in enhanced vision technology. The latest in Rockwell Collins’ long history of cockpit display enhancements is the new electronic Engine Instrument Display System (EIDS).

In addtion, a product demonstration of the HeliSure family and Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics will be featured. HeliSure is the only completely unique portfolio that combines 3D visualization, displays, sensors and databases together to provide unprecedented situational awareness for helicopters.

An interactive look at Rockwell Collins’ award-winning Venue cabin management and entertainment system with features that include high definition video, iPod docking stations and programmable switch panels, as well as the latest version of the company’s Airshow 4200 3D moving map and in-flight information system.

Demonstrations of the Rockwell Collins Virtual Avionics Procedures Trainer (VAPT) with CH-47/C-130/KC-135 configuration. The VAPT is based on Rockwell Collins' advanced CORE simulation architecture and features a modular, expandable and configurable combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology, PC-based hardware and Rockwell Collins re-hosted avionics software.

“The Singapore Air Show continues to be of growing importance for our company because of the vast opportunities that exist on both the commercial and military side of our business in the Asia Pacific,” said Colin Mahoney, senior vice president, International & Service Solutions for Rockwell Collins.

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