Increasingly, business aircraft operators make new technologies buy their way onto their aircraft. Combined visions systems (CVSes), ones that offer both a synthetic vision guidance system (SVGS) using a digital database and an enhanced flight vision system (EFVS) using infrared and visible light sensors, have potential to deliver that cost benefit. Rockwell Collins, along with Dassault and others, is developing CVS equipment that could enable flight crews to fly below published instrument ...


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