These products, which improve the airline passenger experience by controlling light, glare, heat and noise entering the cabin, will be showcased to airlines, an important aerospace industry segment for Vision Systems.
Improving the passenger experience in the general aviation market, another major business segment for EDWs, will be Vision Systems’ focus next week at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition being held from November 1–3, 2016, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
Vision Systems noted that their products being exhibited this week are “dedicated towards regional and high-end commercial airlines.” Their EDWs have already been incorporated for the Dassault Falcon 5X, Epic E1000, Airbus Helicopters H175, RUAG’s refurbished Falcon 900 and the HondaJet HA-420.
Vision Systems’ SPD-Smart EDWs deliver unprecedented airline passenger benefits. By enabling users to precisely control the amount of daylight and glare coming through windows, passengers can instantly tune the tint to a comfortable level while continuing to enjoy views, rather than blocking their view with a shade. The system delivers many other practical benefits including a cooler cabin due to remarkable thermal insulation properties, and a quieter cabin due to acoustic insulation properties.
Recently, Vision Systems launched a new website, which features a new corporate video on their electronically dimmable window solutions using Research Frontiers SPD technology.