Legion Training, Roy Aircraft Pick ENSCO’s Avionics Display Toolkit for UAS Simulation Module

display systemENSCO will supply an application development toolkit for cockpit display systems to Legion Training and Simulation LLC and Roy Aircraft and Avionic Simulation Inc.

The aircraft training firms will incorporate ENSCO’s IData graphical displays toolkit into a Virtual ENvironment Operations Module for unmanned aerial systems, ENSCO said Monday.

The IData and VENOM offerings will be on display at AUVSI 2014 from Tuesday to Thursday at the Orange County Convention Center in Florida.

ENSCO offers a range of avionics safety, critical mission engineering, software, programmable hardware and vision products to customers.

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