Aydin Displays delivers rugged flat panels for U.S. Navy CDS program

U.S. Navy officials needed rugged, flat-panel monitors for the Common Displays System (CDS) program.

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U.S. Navy officials needed rugged, flat-panel monitors for the Common Displays System (CDS) program. They found their solution at Video Display Corp.’s Aydin Displays Inc. subsidiary in Birdsboro, Pa.

Aydin Displays Inc. won a multiple-year contract to supply the U.S. Navy with 24-inch rugged, flat-panel monitors for the CDS program. The Aydin displays are being incorporated into the Navy’s CDS consoles in support of DDG and Aegis Modernization.

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Displays in the CDS program are being employed across platform systems on Navy surface ships, submarines, and aircraft.

CDS solutions are designed to offer an open architecture, standardized interchangeable components, minimal lifecycle costs, and the ability to handle frequent technology updates, says a company representative.

Intended for a service life of 30 years, the CDS displays must also meet the Navy’s current and future needs for open systems, security features, and cost effectiveness.

For more information, visit Aydin Displays Inc. online at www.aydindisplays.com.

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