Sikorsky S-92 Helibus uses Sanders display

Officials at Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. in Stratford, Conn., needed a sunlight-readable display for their S-92 Helibus helicopter. They found the technology they were looking for from Sanders, a Lockheed Martin Company in Nashua, N.H.

Dec 1st, 1997

Officials at Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. in Stratford, Conn., needed a sunlight-readable display for their S-92 Helibus helicopter. They found the technology they were looking for from Sanders, a Lockheed Martin Company in Nashua, N.H.

This S-92 display system consists of four multifunction 6-by-8-inch active-matrix liquid crystal displays (AMLCDs).

"We liked it for its brightness and cross-cockpit reading capability," says Ken Kelly, vice president of the S-92 Helibus program at Sikorsky. The pilot can call up the co-pilot`s information on his own display and vice-versa, he says.

Users can configure the Sanders integrated cockpit display subsystem with as many as five AMLCDs and one or two mission computers. The lightweight, high- resolution displays provide primary flight information, aircraft and engine status information, and navigation/weather radar data. An optional display is available for sensor information, such as moving map or forward-looking infrared data. - J.M.

For more information on the Sanders display subsystem, contact John Measell by phone at 603-885-2810, by fax at 603-885-2813, by mail at Sanders, A Lockheed Martin Co., NHQ 1-765, P.O. Box 868, Nashua, N.H., 03061-0868, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.lockheed.com.

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