With its highly intelligent combination of military grade software, hosted on powerful COTS hardware, GECO (Air) offers powerful avionic, mission and training capabilities. The use of an application or ‘app’ based modular architecture approach combined with a rugged tablet device quickly and easily transforms both modern and legacy aircraft cockpits.
GECO (Air) is a full touchscreen solution, easily operated with a gloved hand, that can be hand-held, knee-mounted or platform-mounted and has the capability of acting as an additional cockpit MFD (Multi-Functional Display), either stand alone or integrated with the aircraft. The flexibility of Inzpire’s system means that it can be incorporated at a fraction of the cost and far more rapidly than traditional aircraft software and hardware upgrades. GECO (Air) is also a fully featured EFB; interactive and intuitive it can be accessed during all phases of flight. By adding ‘apps’ such as ‘Vcalcz’, safety critical performance calculations are always readily available.
By adding our emulation ‘apps’ such as ‘RADAR’ and ‘Targeting Pod’, training can be significantly enhanced and ‘downloaded’ from much more expensive platforms. All of these features can be easily added without the need to compromise on the capabilities already listed. Because of GECO’s ‘app’ based approach, capabilities can be added as and when safety, operational and training requirements dictate.
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GECO (Air) Fixed Wing
GECO (Air) Rotary
GECO (AIR) For the Royal Jordanian Airforce
IN AUGUST 2015, INZPIRE DELIVERED THE GECO (AIR) SYSTEM TO THE ROYAL JORDANIAN AIR FORCE FOR USE BY ITS F-16 FLEET. THE RJAF IS NOW ABLE TO CAPITALISE ON THE OUTSTANDING BENEFITS THAT GECO (AIR) BRINGS FOR SITUATIONAL AWARENESS, SAFETY and mission effectiveness ON ITS FAST JET FORCE.
Inzpire first delivered GECO (Air) to the RJAF in 2013 for use across its helicopter force. Having been impressed with the benefits of the System, the RJAF requested a series of trials to assess the utility of GECO (Air) on its F-16 fast jet fleet. The trials examined GECO (Air) moving map suitability for a high performance fast jet aircraft, system ruggedness in the F-16 cockpit environment and functionality required for the demanding single-seat environment associated with the F-16’s operational missions.
GECO (Air) met or exceeded all the RJAF’s requirements and was delivered in August 2015. The System has been employed extensively on operations and Inzpire continues to work with the RJAF to meet their emerging requirements.