|Embraer flight deck with the Rockwell Collins HGS 3500 Head-up Guidance System (Photo: DigiLens)|
“We are extremely pleased that our long-time customer and licensee Rockwell Collins is now in production at their manufacturing site,” said DigiLens CEO, Chris Pickett. “DigiLens technology is now in operation with pilots around the world. This success demonstrates our ability to license and transfer our technology, as well as showcase the overall maturity of the DigiLens displays.”
DigiLens’ augmented reality (AR) display technologies are manufacturable and can be integrated into HUDs for light to mid-sized aircraft. In addition to the waveguide for HGS-3500, DigiLens’ augmented reality (AR) display technologies are delivering data through glass for automotive users with AutoHUD, motorbike and bicycle smart helmet users with MonoHUD and professional smart glass users with EyeHUD.
DigiLens is a leader in holographic waveguides used for augmented extended reality (XR) displays. The company has developed a patented optical platform and photopolymer technology that delivers best-in-class solutions using a unique, low-cost contact-copy manufacturing process. DigiLens enables OEM partners to design and build XR-enabled devices for the global automobile, enterprise, consumer, avionics, and military industries. Based in Sunnyvale, CA, DigiLens investors include industry leaders UDC Ventures, Samsung Ventures, Niantic Labs, Sony Innovation Fund, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation, Continental AG, and more. For more information about the company, please visit www.DigiLens.com.