The environments in which military operations occur have always been complex, and modern operations have only served to increase this complexity. Several military requirements and capabilities have speci?cally driven the development of electronic flight displays and other multi-function displays. Aspects such as attentional issues are critical in designing and evaluating symbology for helmet-mounted displays to enhance pilot operations in degraded visual environments.
Technological advances have significantly enhanced the design and engineering of an aircraft. These advances have contributed to make pilot systems additionally complex and hence have increased the demand on the human operator.
Asia-Pacific Multi-Function Display Market
The Asia Pacific Multi-function Display market report defines and segments the Multi-function Display market with analysis and forecast of revenue. The Multi-function Display market in Asia Pacific is estimated to grow from $1.96 billion in 2014 to $4.06 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 12.91% from 2014 to 2020.
The future of the multi-function display systems will be dominated by technologies such as LEDs, AMLCDs, and Synthetic Vision systems. The LED technology is predominantly used in avionics, since the advantages of LED over LCD are better performance over all ambient light levels, reliability, and performance over temperature. Synthetic vision is a technology that overlays points such as infrared (IR) for low light and poor weather flight, terrain data, enhanced navigation, flight path portrayal, and other data depending on the system that is de
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