The Tactical Synthetic Vision System (TSVS) processes information from multiple sources into a single 3-D display, allowing air crews to observe tactical information in a format that is easy to interpret and intuitive to use.
TSVS combines data from multiple sources
Users can change the perspective to analyze the environment from different vantage points, i.e., inside the aircraft from the pilot’s view or outside the aircraft, including viewing the scene from above or below the ocean surface. TSVS allows operators to change the viewing angle to maximize situational awareness of a given environment.
TSVS uses databases to create a visual picture similar to what the flight crew would see out the window in good weather during daylight. This essentially allows flight crews to see through low visibility/poor weather conditions.
TSVS provides pilots with a clear 3-D image of
TSVS is the first display to integrate tactical data link information with urban feature data. This provides enhanced situational awareness by allowing users to highlight buildings or other structures to make them easier to identify during periods of high workload.
The Tactical Synthetic Vision System is an ITAR restricted Product. This has been approved for distribution.
Quality Management System for aerospace products and services (CERT-0074905)
Synthetic Vision Systems Data Sheet