Enhanced vision for pilots

  • 22-Dec-2008 11:15 EST
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Perspective EVS, developed by Max-Viz for Cirrus Design Corp., is a multisensor system that blends visible light with traditional infrared imagery. Designed for installation on SR20, SR22, and Turbo aircraft, the system offers advantages to pilots during taxi, takeoff and climb, en-route, approach, and landing. In particular, “seeing” clouds at night and avoiding potential icing conditions, turbulence, or thunderstorms are invaluable benefits of the system.
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