Nir-Or, a subsidiary of IMCO Industries Ltd., is highlighting the next generation of its Large Area Display (LAD) 20″ X 8″ for glass cockpit at the ongoing Dubai Airshow.
As a prime system integrator, Nir-Or, which is based in Israel, specializes in integrating hardware and software solutions into real-time embedded systems for the defense sector, focusing on LCD displays for glass cockpit, avionics systems, and Rugged Computer Systems.
LAD (Large Area Display) is a main flight display with full dual-redundant screens showing both avionics panel and other flight or mission-specific operational features. Specially designed for airborne applications, LAD provides a dynamic viewing range, from full sunlight reading to night operation with NVG compatibility. It also supports multiple video inputs to meet mission needs.
Alongside the LAD Display, Nir-Or will present other leading displays and solutions at the Dubai Airshow, including Large Area Display Demonstrator for the Black Hawk, a glass cockpit program for ALH helicopters, and AH–64 Apache Gunner display that was specially upgraded for the Israel air force.
“Offering a complete and advanced turnkey project for defense applications at Land, Air, and Naval, Nir-Or is happy to present its cutting-edge displays’ technology that was uniquely designed for airborne applications at the Dubai Airshow,” said Nir-Or’s CEO, BG. (Ret.) Roy Riftin.
Nir-Or designs, develops, manufactures, and integrates electronic systems and products for a vast range of defense applications in the land, air and naval domains. The company’s solutions include Multi-dimensional Situational Awareness, AI-powered, Video systems (Video Servers, Ruggedized Displays and Camera Clusters) for APCs and other designated military platforms.
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