Digital Projection’s E-Vision passes with flying colours

Digital Projection’s E-Vision passes with flying colours

Published: ASIA

CHINA: Digital Projection’s E-Vision series of projectors has been selected to upgrade two major air traffic control simulation centres of the Air Traffic Management Bureau of Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC/ATMB). The move comes as previous projectors for the sites were unable to meet colour contrast requirements or dark-field for night time simulation training.

Eight E-Vision 7500 WUXGA 3D projectors will be implemented into the first centre, creating a 360-degree projection environment. Meanwhile, in the second centre, smaller screen dimensions mean that eight E-Vision 6800 WUXGA 3D projectors will be used.

The CAAC/ATMB selected Digital Projection after a screening and comparison procedure. ‘The new projectors from Digital Projection outclassed the competition and we now have a simulation system that meets our full specification requirements,’ an official of the CAAC/ATMB commented.

Digital Projection’s international marketing manager, Mark Wadsworth, also discussed the deal. ‘As a leader in projection and system development, the company prides itself on the production of pioneering products that meet the most exacting standards in every market it serves. In pivotal training environments such as those of the CAAC/ATMB, it is reassuring to know that Digital Projection products exceed the customer’s operative expectations and succeed in meeting every standard necessary.’

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