Curtiss-Wright's enhanced rugged LCD touchscreens for airborne surveillance platforms launched at ALEANews
July 22, 2014
PHOENIX, AZ. Curtiss-Wright Corporation announced at the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) show an enhanced and improved family of rugged touchscreen LCD displays designed for use onboard airborne surveillance platforms.
The AVDU3000 is a 12.1" LCD display and the larger AVDU3600 is a 14.1" LCD display. Both displays feature sophisticated control and video handling capabilities designed specifically for the demands of airborne law enforcement applications such as patrol, surveillance, and search and rescue. These user-configurable touchscreen displays enable flight crewmembers to control the aircraft’s video recorders and switches without having to divert their eyes from the screen.
Paired with Curtiss-Wright’s AVDU4300 17” LCD display, which is already deployed on platforms worldwide, these displays provide enhanced sunlight readability, fully bonded optical construction, and full night vision (NVIS) compatibility to airborne platforms.
“We’ve enhanced the reliability and feature set on our industry-leading touchscreen HD LCD displays, built rugged from the ground up for optimal performance in airborne surveillance applications,” commented Lynn Bamford, Senior VP and GM of the Defense Solutions division.
For more information, visit www.curtisswrightds.com/vms.