Bombardierâ€™s Vision Flight Deck recently entered service on a Global 5000 jet. The aircraft was handed over late last month to Formula 1 champion Niki Lauda, a longtime Bombardier customer. Bombardier partnered with Rockwell Collins to develop the flight deck, which incorporates synthetic imagery on a head-up display. The technology was certified as part of the Pro Line Fusion avionics suite. The Vision Flight Deck was awarded FAA certification in late February, and previously had received ...
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