The Future of Helicopter Cockpit Technology


February, 2014


Available on Demand!

 

Avionics magazine has taken notice recently that the world’s largest avionics companies are increasing their development of advanced technologies—once reserved for air transport and corporate jets—for helicopters. Thus, ahead of Heli Expo, we want to gather the industry’s top experts in this area for a webcast discussing the latest developments and challenges to implementing these systems into the next generation of helicopter cockpits.

By doing this, we believe we can get answers to the following questions and more:

  • What are avionics companies doing to provide more measurable benefits for adding synthetic vision systems to rotorcraft cockpits?
  • What technologies do helicopter pilots need more of in their cockpits to improve situational awareness for offshore, search and rescue and other applications?
  • Are there avionics systems currently available for fixed wing only that need to be transferred to helicopters?

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Hear from these speakers:

  Dennis McCall
Director of Operations, Air Methods
 

Bill Stone
Aviation Product Manager,
Garmin

 

Grady Dees
Director of Technical Sales,
Universal Avionics

   

Moderator:

  Woodrow Bellamy
Community Editor, Avionics Magazine

 

What equipment do I need?
For the audio connection:
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For the Internet connection"

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  • Internet connection: Dedicated high speed connection of 600kbps+

  • Hardware: AUDIO: Sound Card with speakers; VIDEO: Screen with 1024x768+ resolution support

  • Media playback: Adobe Flash Player 10.1+ (In addition to having a properly installed Adobe Flash Player your system must permit live Flash streaming); Apple iOS http streaming enabled browser (Apple iPad and iPhone only); Android http streaming enabled browser (Android 4.0+ running Google Chrome browser).

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Questions?
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