June 2016, Van Nuys, CA—IEE, manufacturer of enhanced displays for military applications, will be exhibiting at the EUROSATORY exhibition in Paris, France June 13-17th. In addition to an array of smart and flat panel displays, IEE will be featuring a new 12.1-inch ground vehicle display. IEE designed the smart-touch display, referred to as a Control & Display Unit (CDU) with next-generation ground vehicle architectures in mind.
“Combining the flexibility of networked infrastructure and time critical video processing, the IEE CDU meets the needs of our ground vehicle system customers,” said Steve Motter, Vice President of Business Development for IEE. “In addition, all of our products excel in technical performance, durability, competitive pricing and customer support.”
Key Display Features include:
Low Latency Video Processing
The use of distributed video in today’s ground vehicles requires the use of low latency “Glass to Glass” solutions (minimizing processing time from the sensor to the display). This is critical in applications such as targeting or driver’s vision enhancements. The IEE CDU’s hardware-intensive video processing provides low-latency display of any of seven inputs, spanning a wide range of formats. Graphics/symbology overlay, image manipulation and Genlock synchronization are functions of the integral video processor.
The importance of networking in intra- and inter-vehicle communication is recognized by initiatives such as Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA – UK DEF STAN 23-09), LAVOSAR, NATO GVA (NGVA – STANAG 4754), and the US VICTORY Architecture. The IEE CDU’s Gigabit Ethernet connections allow for networked distribution of digital video information and data among Vetronics displays and LRUs. The use of networked open architecture standards is key to obtaining the objectives of interoperability and optimization of size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C).
COTS Open Architecture
Through the use of internal COTS elements, IEE’s CDU is capable of being selectively configured to meet the I/O and processing requirements of each specific application.
- 12.1” High Bright XGA AMLCD display
- Armored resistive 5-wire touch-screen
- Intel x86 dual-core processor
- High performance video and graphics processing
- Low latency video selection from multiple sources
- Frame grabber image capture
- Modular scalable design to match system architecture/li>
- MIL-STD 810; MIL-STD 461; MIL-STD 1275
IEE is exhibiting in Hall 5 - Stand H73 at EUROSATORY, June 13-17th in conjunction with Ginsbury Electronics. IEE has supplied rugged displays in partnership with Ginsbury for programs and platforms such as the Astute Submarine, Chinook Helicopter, Cutlass (UK Bomb disposal, Type 23 upgrade). Stop by or make an appointment with Steve Motter by calling toll-free 1-800-422-0867, ext. 327, or email firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail).
About Ginsbury Electronics:
Established in 1979 and located in Rochester, Kent, Ginsbury Electronics is a specialist displays and power component distributor and integrator for commercial, retail, industrial and military clients throughout the UK and Europe.
Celebrating its 70th anniversary, Industrial Electronic Engineers, IEE, is a trusted provider of enhanced displays for military and industrial applications. From rapid prototyping of custom designs to full-scale production runs, IEE produces innovative displays with advanced features like multi-mode backlighting, optically bonded touch- screens and lightweight, ruggedized enclosures. IEE’s direct control of critical process steps reduces costs, decreases production lead times and improves life cycle management. IEE display products are distributed worldwide. Go to http://ieeinc.com/.
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