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Laser-phosphor projector from Belgian company Barco selected for USAF Joint Simulation Environment program.

| 2022

Barco, a Belgian technology company that specializes in digital projection and imaging technology, announced that the Barco F70-4K6 projector is part of the Collins Aerospace visual display solution on the USAF Joint Simulation Environment (JSE) program. The Barco F70-4K6 laser-phosphor projector will provide the optimal combination of resolution, brightness and the lowest acquisition and life-cycle cost to the program.

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An artist's rendering showcases a Joint Simulation Environment station. The 412th Electronic Warfare Group is currently reconfiguring Building 1020 in order to install a JSE simulator in preparation for the construction of a 70,000 square foot facilty (Picture source: U.S. Air Force graphic illustration couresty of 412th Electronic Warfare Group)

JSE is a scalable, expandable, high fidelity government-owned, non-proprietary modeling and simulation environment to conduct testing on fifth-plus generation aircraft and systems accreditable for test as a supplement to open-air testing. The overall goal of the JSE is to allow the testers and engineers the capability to test multiple platforms during the developmental and operational testing phases of a platform.

The Barco F70-4K6 is driven by the powerful Pulse image processing electronics and a high-brightness laser-phosphor light engine. The open architecture interface to Barco simulation projectors allows Collins Aerospace to extend their dynamic EP-series of image generators and display control tools into the projector for seamless real-time performance in various conditions such as time-of-day and atmospheric-related conditions.

“We are very excited to have been selected for this program,” says Dan Czajkowski, Director, Simulation at Barco. “High-performance training in an environment such as this demands not only high fidelity and a proven performance of the visual system, but also the expertise and unique ability to leverage the technologies so that it performs at its best. We continue to lead the industry and deliver unsurpassed price/performance value to our customers”, Dan concludes.

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