CHARLOTTE, N.C. Feb. 22, 2011 Victoria March 1-6, 2011
Goodrich (Stand 3C16) will be demonstrating mission critical guidance, navigation and stabilization products; including updated TERPROM Terrain software, designed to increase flight safety and tactical awareness for both fixed wing and helicopter platforms, along with MEMS (micro electro-mechanical system) based inertial sensors.
Advanced ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) data collection and dissemination systems will be on display, including the Goodrich DB-110 dual-band EO-IR (electro-optical infrared) long-range sensor for fastjets and large UAVs. Goodrich will also be displaying the Embla VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) UAS (unmanned aerial system) in the indoor UAS flying arena at various times throughout the show The Embla is integrated with an autonomous, adaptive flight control system and stabilized micro gimbal developed by Goodrich.
More information about the Embla and the integrated Goodrich products can be found at the Goodrich stand (3C16), at the SYPAQ stand (2C15) and in the Unmanned and ISR Showcase area.
Goodrich is teamed with SYPAQ who provide systems integration for ISR products and offer full ILS (Integrated Logistic Support) packages for the systems.
Goodrich technical teams will be on hand throughout the show for expert demonstrations and to answer questions on usage and various deployment techniques. Visitors to the booth will get a chance to interact with these innovative products, and even get a chance to test fly some of the latest software applications.
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SOURCE Goodrich Corporation