Military Embedded Systems

UAE B-250 aircraft will integrate Rockwell Collins' Pro Line Fusion avionics


November 13, 2017

Mariana Iriarte

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Image by Rockwell Collins

DUBAI. Calidus officials selected Rockwell Collins to provide its Pro Line Fusion for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) B-250 light attack aircraft with multi-role capabilities. The aircraft was launched at the Dubai Airshow and is designed for combat and asymmetric warfare.

Pro Line Fusion will enhance the aircraft’s multi-role mission of basic and advanced flight training, counterinsurgency (COIN), close air support (CAS), and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR).

“The fully integrated Pro Line Fusion cockpit provides a flight deck that connects the aircrew to the aircraft, battlespace and the mission in an unprecedented seamless way,” says Talel Kamel, managing director for Rockwell Collins in the Middle East, Turkey and North Africa. “The system is highly intuitive for pilots just learning the basics of flight or for advanced aircraft maneuvering.”

The Pro Line Fusion system features advanced graphical interfaces integrated with a digital Head-Up Display (HUD), intuitive icons, easily configurable touchscreen and multi-function display windows, all leading to enhanced situational awareness during all phases of flight and in different flying conditions.

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