Goodrich to provide A350 XWB video system

  • 15-May-2009 10:01 EDT
Airbus selected Goodrich Corp. to supply the external video system for the new A350 XWB commercial aircraft. Goodrich expects the award to generate more than $1 billion in original equipment and aftermarket revenue over the life of the program. Work will be performed by Goodrich’s Sensors and Integrated Systems teams in Burnsville, MN, and Toulouse, France. The external video system integrates all video information inside and outside the aircraft, processes it for display, and sends it to the flight deck. The system includes three externally mounted digital video cameras and two CMV (concentrator-multiplexer for video) avionics modules. The information is processed into high-quality video images viewable by the flight crew over the flight deck displays.
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