Multi-Video Support & Touchscreen Capabilities

Increase Visibility & Situational Awareness

Simultaneous Multi-Video Support

Modern mission displays must integrate with both new and old Video Distribution Systems (VDS) and allow for operator multi-tasking. Talon monitors have customizable I/O configurations and resolutions for a seamless install no matter how complex the VDS might be. 

Our Talon monitors provide flexible visibility for operators by providing multi-view windows of both live video and moving maps. Talon Monitors support multi-window configurations to view simultaneous video inputs such as Picture-by-Picture and Picture-in-Picture. 

32" Rugged Display
Talon RGD3202W Picture-by-Picture
MIL-STD Display
Talon RGD3202W Picture-in-Picture

LCD Advancements for Missions

There is no time to spare in mission-critical situations. Operators rely on the monitors to provide easy-to-read information without diminishing the accuracy of the data shown or the performance of the monitor itself. Talon monitors can be optimized for use in both high brightness and/or in very dark environments. Talon LCD screens can be customized with surface coatings such as Anti-Glare coating to help alleviate the stress on the operator’s eyes and provide a better image quality to make accurate decisions.

Military-Grade Touchscreen

A monitor’s panel is made of up several layers including the touch screen, filters, bonding material, and the liquid crystal cell unit. Combining them is an extremely sensitive process. To ensure the highest quality and long-term performance, we assemble our monitors in an ISO Class 1 clean room. EIZO offers projective capacitive (PCAP), surface capacitive, and resistive capacitive touchscreen options to meet the various needs of the defense and aerospace market. 

PCAP touchscreens are the most commonly used type of touchscreen function in the rugged market due to the solid optical bonded layer which results in an intuitive and accurate touch experience. PCAP touchscreens can be used with or without gloves, requires low touch pressure from the user, and operates well in direct sunlight.

Resistive capacitive touchscreens detect a change in pressure and electrode voltage. There is a small air gap in between the layers. This does raise risks for screen glare and reduced image quality. This type of touchscreen can be used with either a glove, hand, or stylus.

Surface capacitive touchscreens are often used in large LCD panel applications such as naval navigation systems. Surface capacitive touchscreen detects only one contact point at a time, cannot be used with gloves, and does not support multi-touch capabilities.