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Mon, Mar 27, 2017

3D Audio Now Standard With Orbit's Orion Airborne Audio Management System

Boosts Pilots' Situational Awareness, Reduces Workload And Increases Flight Safety

Orbit Communications Systems has announced that 3D Audio is now being offered as standard with the Orion airborne audio management system.

Orion's 3D Audio delivers a 360-degree clear audio experience with significant benefits for pilots, including increased situational awareness and flight safety, as well as reduced workload and fatigue. Applications include radio separation, crew positioning, directional safety alerts and real-time threat alerts aligned to the pilot's line-of-sight.

3D Audio technology uses advanced binaural and psycho-acoustic principles to provide directional audio delivered into the ears of the pilot, so that the spatial position of the sound source can be located.

"We are seeing increased demand for 3D Audio across the industry and believe it will become a standard requirement in future airborne audio systems," stated Max Gadot, Director of Product Marketing, Airborne Communication Solutions at Orbit. "The excitement shown by pilots who experienced Orion's 3D Audio capability encouraged us to include it as a standard feature today."

(Infographic provided with Orbit media release)

FMI: www.orbit-cs.com/white-paper-3d-audio

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