Collins Aerospace Systems, a unit of Raytheon Technologies Corp., has launched Panorama HiLite, a new solid mirror display system that brings accuracy, lightweight design and an extended 300-degree Field of View (FOV) for side-by-side crew training. Modular and motion capable, Panorama HiLite offers operators the flexibility to select the right configuration for their particular training needs that leads to reduced setup time and minimal maintenance.
“The mirror display technology in Panorama HiLite is a revolutionary step forward in clarity and enables a wider field of view, giving crew the most realistic and immersive training experience available,” said Nick Gibbs, vice president and general manager, Simulation Solutions and Services for Collins Aerospace.
Panorama HiLite builds on the existing Collins Aerospace Panorama system, extending FOV from 225 degrees to 300 degrees horizontal. The design is retrofittable to all 11-foot Panorama systems that have been fielded over the past twenty years.