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Honeywell Unveils 360 Display for Multiple Markets at AUSA

Honeywell Unveils 360 Display for Multiple Markets at AUSA

Honeywell’s groundbreaking 360 Display is poised to make a big impression at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting and Expo on Oct. 10th to 12th. Designed to meet the specific needs of pilots and ground vehicle operators in a wide range of use cases, the wearable 360 Display provides unprecedented situational awareness.

“This exciting new 360-degree display was designed to meet military standards of ruggedness and performance, but it’s also ideal for commercial pilots, heavy equipment and crane operators, law enforcement, firefighters, search and rescue personnel and anyone else who needs to operate an aircraft or ground vehicle in hazardous or low-visibility conditions,” said Julie Heck, Sr. Director of Offering Management for Military Avionics.

The new display uses the latest augmented and mixed reality technologies to deliver advanced levels of situational awareness, operator effectiveness and safety, she added. “We previewed the 360 Display with hundreds of helicopter pilots and military and civilian vehicle operators,” Heck said. “The feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Operators were impressed with the intuitive displays and low latency that the display delivers.”

Unlike competing technologies, the Honeywell 360 Display simulates natural vision with a high-resolution, ultra-low-latency view of what’s really going on around the aircraft or vehicle. The lightweight display is designed for extended use and, won’t cause nausea like some other systems.



Honeywell 360 Display for Aviation

The aviation version of the display is a wearable visor that uses augmented reality to provide civilian or military pilots with a high-resolution 360-degree view that seamlessly matches the view outside the cockpit.

It also provides traffic callouts and flight instrumentation in the pilot’s field of view, making the Honeywell 360 Display ideal for flying at night, in bad weather or in congested airspace. The display improves safety, pilot confidence and aircraft utility.


Honeywell 360 Display for Rugged Ground Vehicles

Operators of military or civilian ruggedized vehicles can use the display to safely maneuver in low visibility or hazardous conditions. It improves situational awareness, reaction speed and survivability by increasing visibility and reducing the need to consult vehicle instruments.

The rugged ground version is a helmet-mounted display that uses real-time outside high-resolution camera feeds to create a mixed-reality view and provide operators sensor information within their immediate field of view.


Honeywell will be demonstrating the 360 Display during the AUSA Expo. Please visit us at Booth #2603 in Hall B or contact your Honeywell representative for more information. 

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