INTRODUCING AIRLINER PRIMARY DISPLAY UNITS

INTRODUCING AIRLINER PRIMARY DISPLAY UNITS

October 03, 2019

https://www.concordaerospace.com/products/airliner-primary-display-unit

 

A UNIVERSAL DISPLAY SOLUTION FOR  ALL SIMULATORS PROJECTS

BUILT WITH GENUINE AIRCRAFT COCKPIT AND HARDWARE: 

 

Concord Aerospace partnered with several display technology giants in order to research solutions and we are very happy to share our new product with the entire sim community after almost 2 years of research, development and testing.

Concord Aerospace Airliner Primary Display units are the best glass cockpit display unit solution in the market today. Specifically designed to fit directly into the real aircraft cockpit, our displays provide the ultimate realism for flight trainers utilizing the genuine aircraft frame and instrument panels as their foundation. Out internal image generation solution for the display units create a "better than the original hardware" image quality. At the end of our development process, we had several pilots who could not tell them apart from the original units when it comes to the image depth and feel. 

Available for professional trainers as well as high-end enthusiast projects, our Airline Primary Display Unit is a cost effective and is a plug and play solution.

 

Product link:  https://www.concordaerospace.com/products/airliner-primary-display-unit

 

Contact us for any further questions at contact@concordaerospace.com

 

 



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