Israel's Nir-Or (Stand 100) is showcasing at the Dubai Airshow the next generation of its Large Area Display (LAD) with dual-redundant screens showing both instrument panel and other flight or mission-specific operational features. The LAD is a 20- by 8-inch main flight deck liquid crystal display (LCD).
A prime system integrator focused on LCD applications and a subsidiary of Israel’s Imco Industries, Nir-Or specializes in combining hardware and software solutions into real-time embedded display systems for the defense sector.
The new LAD, designed for airborne applications, provides a dynamic viewing range from full sunlight reading to night operations with NVG compatibility, supports multiple video inputs, and features an illuminated bezel keyboard with optical multi-touch screen functionality, said Roy Riftin, Nir-Or’s CEO.
The Nir-Or exhibit at the Dubai Airshow includes displays developed for and provided to the Israeli Air Force for its F-16 and F-15 fighters and a gunner display specifically upgraded for its AH-64 Apache helicopters. Nir-Or is also presenting other displays and solutions at its stand, including a LAD demonstrator for the Black Hawk helicopter and a glass cockpit program for India’s Dhruv advanced light helicopter.
Nir-Or also provides multi-dimensional situational awareness, AI-powered video systems with video servers, ruggedized displays, and camera clusters for armored personnel carriers and other military platforms.