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NATO Trials Help Improve Degraded Visual Environment Flight Systems

The first priority is taking advantage of enroute precipitation and whiteout hover and landing opportunities. The second priority is obtaining qualitative evaluations from experienced Swiss and German test pilots in DVE. Subsequent technical interchanges will discuss requirements, methodologies and the ability to incorporate them into future DVE-M solutions. AMRDEC”s presence at the NATO flight trials,

Degraded Visual Environment Mitigation Helping to Build All Weather Fight Capability

YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz. — A science and technology program designed to increase the capability and safety of the aviation fleet achieved a major milestone Sept. 15 during testing here. The Degraded Visual Environment Mitigation Program held a VIP Day for the NATO Yuma Flight Trials. The dust and brownout testing is the first time

Army Working to Develop and Demonstrate Degraded Visual Environment Technologies

YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz., 11 Nov. 2016. U.S. Army helicopter aviation experts are moving forward with a program to use synthetic vision technologies to enable rotorcraft pilots to take off and land in degraded visibility environments (DVE) from blowing dust, snow, or other conditions that make it difficult to see. Officials of the Aviation and