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Synthetic Vision Coming To Aspen Evolution Flight Displays

Evolution Synthetic Vision Will Be Available In Q1, 2011

Aspen Avionics will be adding Evolution Synthetic Vision to its Evolution 1000 Pro Primary Flight Display (PFD) in Q1, 2011. The feature will be available as a software upgrade to Evolution Flight Displays in the field and an option to new Evolution PFDs from Aspen. Priced at $2,995, Aspen tells us that the Evolution Synthetic Vision will be the lowest-priced, certified synthetic vision product available.

“The combination of the high-resolution Evolution Flight Display screen with the detailed Jeppesen three-arc second terrain data used in our products makes for a very realistic synthetic vision representation,” said Brad Hayden, Vice President of Marketing for Aspen Avionics.

“As with all of our products, we are offering the feature at a price that will be very compelling for our  customers.” Evolution Synthetic Vision can be purchased through Aspen authorized dealers.



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