Recent developments in glass technology and how they are applied to LCD (liquid crystal displays) may have a profound change in aircraft cockpits. As pilots we are always faced with new (and improved) technologies to safely operate our aircraft.
Today most glass cockpit instrumentation is done on CRT (cathode ray tube) displays, but these advancements in LCD technology may begin to replace CRTs in cockpits.
What this means for pilots is that they are going to need to be aware of the effects of polarized aviator sunglasses on their ability to see LCD panels. Non-polarized aviator sunglasses will be the norm because they do not distort LCD display views.
Advancements in glass are going to change the way we operate our aircraft - are you ready?
Check out these changes at the latest blog post at RandolphAviatorSunglasses.com:
“Glass Cockpit Advances”