CAE has experience in building, designing and integrating every type of flight simulation display system on the market. This expertise in high-resolution display systems continues to push technological innovation to the limit. By using a combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment and years of experience, CAE display systems achieve unparalleled levels of clarity and brightness.
CAE offers display systems ranging from simple direct view displays optimized for basic training devices through wide angle, wrap-around collimated displays and full field-of-view (FOV) dome displays for visualization that immerses the trainee in the simulated environment.
The basic characteristics of the display - resolution, field-of-view, brightness and contrast - are optimized to meet the most rigorous training scenarios. Landing and takeoff for pilot training, complex combat scenarios, air-to-air, air-to-ground and ground-to-ground engagements, air-to-air refuelling, hovering and armoured vehicle operations all form a part of CAE's extensive experience in meeting simulation requirements.
Displays are delivered using a range of projector technologies and models, matching capabilities with specific program requirements to optimize the view seen by the trainee. These include the latest liquid crystal on silcon (LCoS) or DLP® technology based projectors to provide high fidelity imagery with low maintenance effort and lifecycle cost.
CAE is one of the largest producers of collimated displays in the world. Our continuous collimated displays have been a standard CAE offering for many years, both as part of a complete visual system or on a stand-alone basis
The Rear Projection Mosaic (RPM) display is ideal for fast-jet tactical training requirements. It ensures the efficient use of system resources by concentrating very high-resolution imagery at the front and sides of the cockpit, where the pilot's attention is concentrated.
CAE's dome displays are ideal for helicopter, tactical and full mission training scenarios which often dictate the need for a larger field-of-view than a collimated display can provide. CAE supplies both fixed and motion-based compatible dome display systems for a wide range....
CAE offers the option of either simulated or stimulated night vision goggles (NVGs). NVG training is an increasingly critical skill in flight simulation training. While the approach of stimulating standard-issue goggles is sufficient for some applications, other uses require accurate portrayal of NVG effects...