Sunday, 11 May 2014

Skylens wearable HUD gives pilots augmented vision

Flying by the seat of your pants through a dense fog while trying to land on a runway that’s (hopefully) where you think it is may sound like the stuff of nightmares, but modern technology can help reduce the risks. Elbit Systems' new Skylens is a wearable head-up display for commercial pilots that is designed to give a better view of proceedings. According to the company, it’s an easy-to-install system capable of giving pilots augmented vision that can help them navigate through fog and darkness... Continue Reading Skylens wearable HUD gives pilots augmented vision

Section: Aircraft

Tags: Aviation, Display, elbit, HUD, Wearable

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