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DSEI 2017: Smart displays deliver compliant solutions

29th August 2017
Mick Elliott

An array of smart and flat panel displays that address a variety of applications across Ground Vehicle, Naval, and Airborne markets will be shown by IEE at the Defense Security Expo International (DSEI) exhibition in London (September 12-15). Open Architecture (OA) Systems, and Open Standard Video and Data Interfaces address customer needs for modularity and reuse, to deliver compliant and cost-effective solutions.

A highlight of IEE’s Ground Vehicle Displays is the 12.1in. Control Display Unit, (CDU) utilising networked open architecture standards to achieve interoperability and optimisation of size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C).

Standards such as Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA—UK DEF STAN 23-09), LAVOSAR NATO GVA (NGVA—STANAG 4754) and US VICTORY, emphasise the importance of networking in intra- and inter-vehicle communications.

“IEE’s objective is to provide competitively priced, high-quality display solutions that meet the needs of our customers all over the world,” commented Steve Motter, Vice President of Business Development at IEE. “Part of meeting customer needs is providing modular products designed with the flexibility to quickly and easily accommodate custom applications.”

For the Airborne market, IEE will be showcasing a new square aspect ratio display 3 ATI Line Replaceable Unit (LRU), that addresses the ongoing need for Instrumentation and Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) replacement.

The 3 ATI is available in a variety of I/O configurations, including Ethernet, RS-232/422, 1553, ARINC 429 and ARINC 818. IEE’s field-proven avionics replacement displays have made them a display of choice for a variety of military aircraft platforms.

IEE will exhibit with Solid State Supplies/Ginsbury Electronics. IEE has supplied rugged displays in partnership with Ginsbury for programs and platforms such as the Astute Submarine, Chinook Helicopter, Cutlass (UK Bomb disposal, Type 23 upgrade).

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