Navy contracts Aydin for display program

ATLANTA, March 25 (UPI) -- The U.S. Navy has received a delivery of ruggedized monitors from Aydin Displays Inc. as part of the Common Display System program.

U.S. company Aydin Displays, a subsidiary of Video Display Corp., announced its first delivery of First Article Units to the Navy approximately two months ahead of schedule.


The Navy contracted Aydin Displays to supply its 24-inch rugged flat-panel monitors to support ship modernization as part of the CDS program.

"This significant accomplishment is a milestone achievement representing an important part of Aydin's future," Art Mengel, Aydin Displays president, said in a statement.

"The CDS displays are specifically designed to meet the stringent shock, vibration, and temperature requirements of the U.S. Navy while providing superior visual performance under all conditions."

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