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15 April 2008 A digital head-up display system as part of an integrated autonomous landing system concept
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Considerable interest continues both in the aerospace industry and the military in the concept of autonomous landing guidance, and as previously reported, BAE Systems has been engaged for some time on an internally funded program to replace the high voltage power supply, tube and deflection amplifiers of its head up displays with an all digital solid state illuminated image system, based on research into the requirements for such a display as part of an integrated Enhanced Vision System. This paper describes the progress made to date in realising and testing a weather penetrating system incorporating an all digital head up display as its pilot-machine interface.
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Paul L. Wisely "A digital head-up display system as part of an integrated autonomous landing system concept", Proc. SPIE 6957, Enhanced and Synthetic Vision 2008, 69570O (15 April 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.793806
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