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Esterline CMC Electronics

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Esterline CMC Electronics (CMC) has achieved an international reputation for innovation and excellence in the design, manufacture and support of electronics products for the aviation market. CMC’s focus is on delivering innovative cockpit systems integration and avionics solutions to its commercial and military customers worldwide. Its principal locations are in Montreal, Quebec; Ottawa, Ontario; Chicago, Illinois; Xenia, Ohio; and Kortrijk, Belgium. CMC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Esterline Corporation, a specialized aerospace and defense company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington with over 13,000 people worldwide.

CMC’s leading-edge military and commercial avionics include navigation and flight management systems (FMS); global positioning system (GPS) receivers; satellite communications antenna systems; Doppler velocity sensors; electronic flight bags (EFB), aircraft information servers and tablet connectivity devices; enhanced vision system (EVS) sensors; head-up displays (HUD); microelectronics; and an extensive range of high-quality display products. These include modules and control assemblies, video displays, smart displays, and avionics software and application services.

Esterline CMC has successfully performed cockpit upgrades for the C-130 class of military air transport aircraft. Its system integration experience includes C-130 cockpit upgrades for international customers including air forces in Austria, Brazil, Chile, Dubai, the Netherlands and Saudi Arabia.

CMC’s Cockpit 4000 integrated avionics suite provides a cost-effective, advanced military aviator training solution to air forces around the world.

The Cockpit 4000 has been selected by Beechcraft for the T-6B trainer for the U.S. Navy, the T-6C export version and the AT-6 armed version; by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) for the versions of the KT-1C trainer selected by the Turkish Air Force and Peruvian Air Force; by Patria for the upgrade of Hawk Mk51 and Mk66 trainers for the Finnish Air Force; and by IOMAX for the light-attack turboprop Archangel aircraft selected by the U.A.E. Air Force and Air Defence.

CMC’s Cockpit 4000 NexGen avionics suite bridges the training gap from basic and advanced trainers to front-line fighters. This integrated, next-generation cockpit solution features a large area display with touchscreen technology as well as an all-digital, raster capable HUD. Its innovative, configurable avionics provide optimum life-cycle benefits and cross-platform training flexibility. 

Contact info

600 Dr. Frederik Philips Boulevard, Montreal QC, H4M 2S9
Contact: Janka Dvornik
E-mail: Janka [email protected]
Phone: +1-514-738-3113
www.cmcelectronics.ca

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