New surveillance technology enters cockpit.
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Macro-Blue, Inc., a manufacturer of tactical cockpit displays for use in aviation law enforcement, has announced its next generation displays for aerial surveillance, the company said.
The MB Q-series displays are engineered with the new Macro-Blue Advanced Graphics Processor Platform designed to bring superior intelligence to passively displayed camera or mapping system videos.
These "Q" series displays are a quantum leap in technology--displaying 4 video signals simultaneously--offering the Tactical Flight Officer a combination of up to 4 videos on one screen. Every MB Q display comes standard with 4 3G-SDI inputs (high-definition digital video) to support an HD camera and mapping system. The remaining SDI inputs allow for plug-in sensors such as less expensive tail boom, hoist or skid cameras.
Macro-Blue, Inc. manufactures high-definition, tactical cockpit displays for the Airborne Law Enforcement industry. MB displays are designed for optimal readability in sunlight and NVG operation. These feature-rich displays are engineered and manufactured in the United States, using military grade components and connectors for optimal reliability and performance.
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|Date:||Jul 25, 2017|
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