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Esterline Showcases Technology Portfolio at Farnborough 2018

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Esterline’s display includes interactive exhibits showcasing cockpit displays, helicopter simulators, aircraft connectivity and human machine interfaces.

Esterline Corporation, a leading specialty manufacturer serving global aerospace and defense markets, will have a new look during this year’s Farnborough International Airshow event, and will feature some of its key technologies. 

“We’ve been working hard to maintain and grow Esterline’s position as a technology leader in our industries and ensure great customer experiences through all Esterline touchpoints,“ said Curtis Reusser, Esterline’s Chairman, President and CEO.  “We look forward to giving Farnborough Airshow attendees valuable interactive experiences as we welcome visitors to our Booth #1180 in Hall 1.” 

Interactive displays featured on Esterline’s booth: 

  • On show for the first time at Farnborough is Esterline’s Helicopter Demonstrator featuring an extensive range of the company’s core avionics capabilities as well as the TREALITY® TD-522 Helicopter Simulator Transportable Dome.  Integrated with this display are Esterline’s Connectivity Solutions including PilotView® Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) and Aircraft Information Server (AIS);
  • A Cockpit Demonstrator showcasing:

-Advanced Displays with the latest technology in use on the Comac C919, Smart Displays with an open system for the most demanding applications, and a helicopter mission display with optional touchscreen;

-Innovative overhead touchscreen panel for the Gulfstream G500/G600 Symmetry flight deck, the only one of its kind flying today; and

-Primary and secondary flight controls, found on leading military and civil aircraft worldwide.

  • Also making their debut at Farnborough are Esterline’s next generation Harm’s Way Controllers (HaWC™), innovatively engineered for evolving manned and unmanned ground, airborne and maritime applications.

When given the opportunity to highlight just one of the featured products, Jean-Marie Bégis, Director of EFB and Aircraft information Systems with Esterline Avionics Systems, said, “The PilotView® AIS addresses the ever increasing data sharing, application hosting and secure connectivity requirements associated with cockpit, cabin and aircraft maintenance applications and systems today. It addresses the critical pre-requisite aircraft inter-domain security between these wired and wireless systems.”

Michel Potvin, President for Esterline Avionics Systems, added, “Our Integrated Helicopter Solutions (IHS) are highly flexible, allowing for multiple levels of modernization, from a minor upgrade to a full avionics suite.  Our goal is to optimize situational awareness for our commercial and military customers to help ensure mission success.”   

See Esterline’s full range of products, experience the interactive exhibits, and meet the company’s senior executive team at the Farnborough International Airshow in Hall 1, Booth 1180.

Related event:
16
July
2018
United Kingdom, Farnborough, Show Centre, ETPS Rd, Farnborough, GU14 6FD.


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