Displays

Graphics and video
Graphics and video
Displays

Rugged, reliable displays for the harshest ground & aerospace environments

Our high-definition (HD) displays are designed for use with the industry's most popular sensors, including forward-looking infrared (FLIR) and long-range daylight video cameras. Readable in all light conditions, these rugged displays provide anytime readability to ensure you won't miss a moment of the action, no matter your application. With leading-edge functionality, including multiple video inputs, picture-in-picture, quad view, and video freeze-frame, our displays are ready for many roles, including moving map or quad view operator displays, and are ideal for use with our fully integrated video management system (VMS).

Airborne Vehicle Display Unit (AVDU)
Ideal for large video systems with several video inputs, on-screen VMS control, and built-in video processing functions such as quad-view and picture-in-picture.
Surveillance Vehicle Display Unit (SVDU)
Perfect for medium-sized video system applications and for direct connection to computer systems that only require a single input and no additional processing.
Ground Vehicle Display Unit (GVDU)
GVA and VICTORY-aligned displays developed specifically for ground vehicles where there is less incident light, an increase risk of sand and water in the air, and a prevalence of gloved display use.
Reversing Vehicle Display Unit (RVDU)
SWaP-optimized displays designed for non-mission critical applications, such as vehicle reversing and equipment monitoring.

Reduce latency end-to-end with reliable, low-latency video systems

To ensure the safety and security of warfighters and equipment inside and outside the vehicle, visual information must be accessible as close to real-time as possible. Seamlessly integrating all components of an end-to-end video solution, and reducing latency, is critical to increasing situational awareness.

Smartphone-like touchscreens in defense and aerospace

With a touch-based user interface, users who grew up in the age of smartphones and tablets can intuitively make selections, enter information, and interact with systems with no need for a space-consuming mouse or keyboard. Training times are typically lower than with traditional user interfaces and, with no peripheral components to juggle and manipulate in tight spaces, warfighters are free to concentrate on the task at hand.

Modern rugged touchscreen displays give operators critical visibility

With the role that rugged display products play in defense and aerospace systems, it’s easy to focus on advances in screen technologies and enhancements in display resolution. But, it’s equally important to consider the impact of technology advances behind the screens. By combining the right set of technology advances in the right way, it’s possible to develop a mission display that delivers everything operators need.