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Esterline Simulation Visual Systems Wins Contract from CAE For The U.S. Navy MH-60 TRPS Program

Esterline Simulation Visual Systems Wins Contract from CAE For The U.S. Navy MH-60 TRPS Program

(June 2, 2016) Esterline Simulation Visual Systems, a new business of Esterline Corporation (NYSE:ESL; www.esterline.com), has been awarded a contract by CAE USA to provide collimated display systems for the U.S. NAVY MH-60 Technical Refresh and Procurement of Simulators (TRPS) Program.

The total program includes nineteen TREALITY® solid mirror, collimated display (CD) systems that will be installed over a four-year period. Each display system includes support structures, light tightening enclosures, collimating optics, projectors, a projector control system, and an automatic alignment system.

Esterline’s line of TREALITY® collimated displays was designed using its world-class SimCAD software tool, which is recognized as the industry’s most capable and reliable collimated display design tool. SimCAD is optimized for both film and solid mirror collimator display design.

Ray Duquette, general manager of CAE USA, said: “We are excited to be working with the Esterline team again. This is a strategic win for both companies that will secure our preeminent place in the industry. We are highly confident in Esterline’s display system capabilities and look forward to a succesful program as we work together.”

Frank Timmermans, vice president and general manager of Esterline Simulation Visual Systems, said: “We have a good record of executing successful collimated display programs with CAE USA, and we will now apply our experience and expertise to making TRPS a success. We greatly value our partnership with CAE and the confidence they have in us.”

Mark Saturno, vice president of sales for Esterline Simulation Visual Systems, added; “Esterline is well known for delivering the highest performing, film mirror collimated displays in the industry, and we are very enthusiastic about providing our latest solid mirror CDs to meet the growing demands and performance expectations of end users”.