Elbit Systems wins F-35 cockpit display deal
Elbit Systems of America has secured a contract to develop a cockpit display replacement unit for the Lockheed Martin F-35 aircraft, the company announced on 6 June.
The development contract is for the Technology Refresh 3, Panoramic Cockpit Display unit.
Elbit Systems of America already provides power amplifiers, structures and sustainment work for the F-35. Together with Rockwell Collins, it also provides the F-35 Helmet Mounted Display System, through their joint venture Rockwell Collins ESA Vision Systems.
Raanan Horowitz, president and CEO, Elbit Systems of America, said: ‘Elbit Systems of America continues to demonstrate that we are a trusted and highly-capable partner for the F-35 programme. We are committed to ensuring the success of our customer and the pilots who depend on our equipment to accomplish their mission.’
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