DRS and PureDepth introduce first wide-screen multi-layer display technology to military and aerospace markets

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., 12 April 2006. PureDepth Inc. has introduced the world's first 30-inch wide multi-layer display (MLD) screen module with a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels. This technology was introduced by DRS Technologies Inc. at the U.S. Navy League Sea-Air-Space Exposition in Washington, D.C. DRS holds a license agreement with PureDepth to market and supply advanced display systems to U.S. Army and Navy customers.

Apr 12th, 2006

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., 12 April 2006. PureDepth Inc. has introduced the world's first 30-inch wide multi-layer display (MLD) screen module with a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels. This technology was introduced by DRS Technologies Inc. at the U.S. Navy League Sea-Air-Space Exposition in Washington, D.C. DRS holds a license agreement with PureDepth to market and supply advanced display systems to U.S. Army and Navy customers.

PureDepth MLD technology is an LCD layered, multi-dimensional viewing solution that enables users to simultaneously view two separate fields of data. By overlaying two or more separate image planes within a single monitor, MLD provides true depth of vision that significantly enhances the visual experience with faster response to time critical data.

"With this product, users can visually synthesize critical, real-time information from separate feeds of data at the same time in a single display device with multi-dimensional alerting," says Richard S. Danforth, president of DRS's command, control and communications (C3) business unit. "We consider this a significant technology advantage for command and control organizations that track time-sensitive information 24/7."

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