Rockwell Collins Unveils New Head-Mounted Display Platform for Defense Trainees

Rockwell-collins - ExecutiveMosaicRockwell Collins has launched a head-mounted display system that works to provide training scenarios to defense trainees through the integration of the user’s real-world view with a virtual environment.

The company will make the Coalescence system available in 2017 with a plan to begin production in 2018, Rockwell Collins said Monday.

Rockwell Collins also plans to equip Coalescence with increased positional tracking volume and new depth sensing platforms.

Nick Gibbs, vice president and general manager of simulation and training solutions at Rockwell Collins, said the Coalescence system seeks to reflect the company’s five decades’ experience in research and development related to training and simulation.

 

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