Head up or head down: Debate avionics displays with Avionics Intelligence and Avionics Europe

Head up vs. head down displays for pilots
Head up vs. head down displays for pilots

AVIONICS INTELLIGENCE REPORT, 23 Oct. 2012. Avionics Europe Conference Director and Executive Editor Courtney E. Howard unveils an exciting addition to the conference program for 2013 in Munich, and calls for industry participation.

The staff of Avionics Europe 2013 announces a new and exciting addition to the conference program.

The 2013 event, to be held Feb. 20 and 21, 2013 in Munich, will feature an interactive panel discussion on a hotly debated topic: head up vs. head down displays.




 

Which next-generation visual landing tool provides the optimal flight path control accuracy?

Avionics display engineers and executives, industry pundits, and pilots are encouraged to weigh in on, and even debate, the subject of head up vs. head down displays, not only during Avionics Europe, but also in a pre-show Webcast series brought to you by Avionics Intelligence. (Details to come soon.)

Prepare your avionics display questions and comments, and keep an eye on the Avionics-Intelligence.com website and e-newsletter for upcoming details!

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Head up vs. head down displays for pilots
Head up vs. head down displays for pilots

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