By Company (Elbit)


August 2017

April 2017

January 2017

New FAA Rule Opens the Door to Widespread Use of Infrared Aircraft Landing Systems

Enhanced Flight Vision Systems (EFVS) with both cooled and uncooled FPAs

December 2016

Elbit Consolidating EVS Businesses in U.S. and Israel

Cooled and uncooled for commercial aircraft pilots

February 2016

FAA Guidance on Synthetic Vision Systems (SVS) is Another Step toward Combined EVS/SVS

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an Airworthiness Circular with guidance for obtaining airworthiness approval for installation of a Synthetic Vision System (SVS) – which the FAA calls a “Synthetic Vision Guidance System (SVGS)” - in aircraft.

December 2015

September 2015

DIR Technologies Introducing New Thermal Imaging System for On-line Package Inspections

DIR Technologies (Haifa, Israel) is introducing a new thermal imaging system for 100% on-line inspection of induction-sealed bottles used in Food, Cosmetics and other industries.

The I2VS (Induction Integrity Verification System) Lite verifies the aluminum foil seal at the top of bottles, such as those containing vitamins and packaged food.

The system is a follow on to the company’s standard I2VS system which is used in the pharmaceutical industry.

The company makes use of both cooled and uncooled FPAs to view the integrity of the seal at rates up to 400 bottles per minute (which is as fast as the induction sealing machines are capable of heat sealing prior to inspection.)

July 2015

April 2015

July 2014

November 2013

August 2013

July 2013

March 2013

December 2012

April 2012

November 2011

October 2010

March 2010

November 2008

Aircraft EVS

Market Separates into High and Low Ends

April 2008

July 2007

January 2006