EIZO Equips LFV En Route Centers in Stockholm and Malmö with New Monitors

Eizo Nanao Corporation (TSE: 6737) successfully completed two installations of more than 120 monitors for Swedish air navigation services provider Luftfartsverket (LFV) at its en route centers in Stockholm and Malmö.
The monitors installed are the 2Kx2K (28-inch) Raptor SQ2801, the 21-inch FlexScan S2100, the 24-inch FlexScan S2433W, and the 30-inch FlexScan SX3031W. LFV is using the FlexScan monitors for surveillance positions, test environments, and ATC simulation. Our ability to supply a wide range of monitors in different screen sizes and formats was instrumental in meeting LFVs needs for this project, said Christer Lindblom, president of Eizo Europe AB. As a specialist in visual display products, we can offer air navigation service providers high quality products for almost any installation requirement. The first installation was completed at the Malmö ATCC in November 2009 and consisted of the aforementioned FlexScan monitors. The second installation was completed at the Stockholm ATCC in March of this year and consisted of the FlexScan monitors and the Raptor SQ2801. LFV is a public enterprise with 1,400 employees and its primary task is to supply safe, effective and environmentally-friendly air navigation services to civil and military aviation customers.
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