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Glass cockpits have an Integrated Flight Deck, which is an electronic display that includes the necessary navigation and communication equipment as well as the airspeed, altitude, and elevation instruments for the aircraft. On the flight deck, there are other displays and controls for engine systems, aircraft systems, and aerial surveillance.
The purpose of the glass cockpit or flight decks is to lighten the user’s load and improve situation awareness with displays that provide flight data and the state of the aircraft equipment.
The InSight Display System is a flight deck solution that integrates radio control, electronic charts, and embedded synthetic vision with enhanced mapping capabilities. InSight requires fewer external Line Replaceable Units (LRU) than conventional avionics systems, which results in reduced avionics weight and wiring for your aircraft and lower installation costs.
The Global aircraft integrated flight deck market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
An integrated flight deck called AeroVue was created from Honeywell’s Primus Epic and Primus Apex avionics systems, which set the standard for large business jet and air transport avionics worldwide. For retrofit into Part 23 class III and IV and Part 25 aircraft, AeroVue has been specially designed.
The system replaces all of the outdated mechanical equipment and offers two major flight displays: one for the pilot and co-pilot, and a shared multi-function display. It also includes radios, an ADS-B compliant transponder, the industry-leading SmartView synthetic vision system, a flight management system, and an autopilot. Weather radar, an XM weather receiver, radar altimeter, traffic alert, and the EGPWS ground proximity warning system are also available.
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