Universal Avionics completes initial development of Aperture

Oct. 21, 2022
Ongoing developments of Aperture will expand capabilities to include added video/sensor channels, low latency video aggregation and manipulation, and the generation of synthetic imagery, AviationPros reports.

TUCSON, Ariz., - Universal Avionics (UA) has completed the development of the first Aperture visual data management solution as it readies series production for a major avionics OEM and is seeing strong interest from aircraft manufacturers and operators. The initial release of the product line connects eight video streams to four independent users, enhancing safety and improving decision-making for flight crews and mission specialists, AviationPros reports. Continue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

21 October 2022 - Introduced last year at NBAA-BACE 2021, Aperture is now available for installation. UA’s first agreement will see a large avionics OEM deliver Aperture to new aircraft currently in development as part of their flight deck offering

This release of Aperture can process eight video inputs and supports four video outputs with near-zero latency, at the highest level of integrity in commercial aviation (Design Assurance Level A). Imagery from an Enhanced Vision System (EVS) camera and other sensors will be presented in the flight deck to enhance situational awareness of the flight crew.

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Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor
Intelligent Aerospace

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