Although flying is something we take for granted today, it involves extremely complex engineering and development know-how. This is another area in which the use of new technologies such as virtual and augmented reality is steadily increasing. For example, pilots from the Defence and Space sector have the most important data on speed and outside temperature projected directly onto the visor of their helmet. This provision of important data works interactively with the line of sight via head-up displays, for example, and so they have real added value for the pilots without distracting them significantly.
Have we made you curious? On the corporate tech blog “EDAG TECH INSIGHTS”, there have already been exciting articles from the technology world of the EDAG Group to discover for some time. As a subsidiary of the EDAG Group, there is now also an article from EDAG Aeromotive, which provides engineering experts with exciting insights from precisely this aviation world.
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