Complex flight missions with large crews, diverse communication needs and multiple technologies require advanced and reliable communication management solutions.
To address these needs, Orbit Communications Systems has successfully integrated the company’s 3D Audio into Elbit Systems’ Helmet Mounted Display (HMD).
Elbit Systems’ HMD, displays flight data, sensors and 3D location-based information, and allows pilots to operate the aircraft’s sensors and missiles simply by looking at the target, and similarly, enable aircraft sensors and other relevant information to be spatially presented.
Suitable for operation in both day and night environments, pilots using Elbit Systems’ HMD have a decisive edge in mission effectiveness while enhancing situational awareness, precision, safety and survivability.
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The integration of Orbit’s 3D Audio into Elbit Systems’ HMD provides directional audio cues to ground and air threats in full correlation to the visual cues on the visor.
The combination of audio and visual cues allows pilots to pinpoint a threat more rapidly, in the space surrounding the aircraft, while radio separation improves situational awareness.
Orbit’s 3D Audio delivers a 360-degree clear audio experience with significant benefits for pilots, including increased situational awareness and flight safety, as well as reduced workload and fatigue.
Applications include radio separation, crew positioning, directional safety alerts and real-time threat alerts aligned to the pilot’s line of sight.
“We believe 3D Audio will become a standard feature in cockpits of the future,” commented Eitan Livneh, President & CEO of Orbit, said,
Orbit Communications Systems is wholly-focused on precision tracking-based communications – in the areas of satcom, telemetry and remote sensing – and provides an innovative solution for airborne audio management.
With certification by defense, government and commercial agencies, we deliver tailor-made, turnkey solutions at sea, on land and in the air.
(Learn More about Orbit, a leading provider of mission-critical communication solutions for land, sea and air platforms introduces its flagship airborne solutions: audio, video and satellite communication on board commercial airliners, mission aircrafts, fighters, UAVs and helicopters. Courtesy of Orbit Communication Systems and YouTube.)
Orbit offers a versatile portfolio of communication management systems for any fixed wing or rotary wing aircraft – from commercial airliners to fighter jets.
Fully digital and secure communication management systems handle all inbound and outbound communications, including public announcement, warning systems, radios and crew intercommunications.
Elbit Systems, an ‘ASTORS’ Platinum Award Winner for Best Federal Government Security Program, is an international high technology company engaged in a wide range of defense, homeland security and commercial programs throughout the world.
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