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New Display Enables 'Naval Bridge of the Future'

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Hatteland Display, a global provider of display and computer solutions for naval and professional maritime applications will show its new 20 inch XRD (Xtreme Rugged Marine Display) during Sea-Air-Space 2018.
Hatteland Display's latest tested and approved naval displays join a suite of established innovations on its booth, including the unique Series X 55" Ultra High Definition Tactical Table and 32" Series X Multi Vision Display, both of which feature high quality 4K resolution, large format panels capable of displaying data from diverse sensors and systems at the same time.
Hatteland Display's new generation HM 20T22 XRD and other 20" variants are ready for installation on any type of naval vessel and are more than capable of withstanding the stressful environment they will be used in. While the HM 20T22 XRD's inbuilt ability to withstand high shock levels is a key requirement for customers, all HM 20T22 XRD variants are designed with features demanded by systems integrators and naval users. They can be delivered, with or without capacitive touchscreens and multi-touch, installed in a console or rack-mounted, and be ordered with foldable or fixed handles. Additionally, all models can benefit from a unique optical bonding process for enhanced viewing clarity and longer life, in addition to ECDIS calibration.

Also at Sea-Air-Space is Hatteland Display's new Tactical Table, an innovative solution for collaborative command & control on the bridge. It provides the screen size needed to integrate multi-data while ensuring that it is easy to read and manipulate, using 40-point touch screen control. A flexible solution, it can deliver data from a wide variety of sensors and sources on board, making it a highly configurable option capable of planning and supporting operations on diverse littoral platforms. Crucially, its 4K resolution ensures that multiple data types can be easily viewed under all conditions. As one of the most reliable and feature rich decision support and control systems available for naval users, the Tactical Table offers unmatched brightness and contrast, and high reliability, providing more clarity, detail and functionality for bridge officers to operate their vessels safer and more effectively.

Offering the same multi-data possibilities as the Tactical Table, the 32" Series X Multi Vision Display on show at Sea-Air-Space is a new flagship solution designed to give bridge system designers and systems integrators a contemporary technology foundation for developing new approaches to ergonomics and operations on the bridge. Also featuring a high quality 4K resolution panel, this second generation Series X system has the potential to radicalize the way naval vessels are operated, by enabling a 'glass bridge' configuration with custom layouts, providing touchscreen operation for all on board equipment including navigation, automation and strategic systems.

"The diverse suite of new technology we are showing at Sea-Air-Space 2018 all adhere to the high quality design and manufacturing inherent in Hatteland Display products, which contributes to an extended operational lifetime and subsequently low overall costs," saidBrede Qvigstad, Sales Director - Head of Naval & Defence, Hatteland Display. "Our newest XRD range is a pure naval vessel workhorse designed and tested to provide information and control in all situations, while our 4K products shine the spotlight on a new generation of bridge systems that through innovative use and integration of data can enhance C3 and strategic capabilities significantly."

Apr 9, 2018

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