Cape Canaveral, August 15, 2014 â€“ VDC Display Systems, a division of Video Display Corporation (NASDAQ:VIDE), announced that firm booked order backlog has substantially increased after being awarded new orders for delivery of an additional number of rugged High Resolution Visual Display System (HRVDS) for the US Army Common Driver Trainer (CDT) Program for Raydon Corporation of Port Orange, FL.
As part of a previous effort that began in November 2013, VDCDS developed and delivered High Resolution Visual Display Systems (HRVDS) for CDT systems for Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Variants for the Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation's (PEO STRI).
This additional award endorses VDCDS capabilities, quality and commitment to deliver a complete rugged display system in a short time frame and within stated budget.
The Visual System, when integrated with RAYDON's Common Driver Trainer system, is capable of simulating real world scenarios executing mission procedures in a tactical environment under normal and degraded conditions. The CDT system consists of virtual trainers, which will be used to train members of the armed forces in the operation of the combat vehicles being fielded to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Marcial Vidal, President of VDC Display Systems commented â€œWe appreciate the continued confidence that RAYDON Corporation has placed in our ability to successfully perform this type of work and look forward to continue working as part of RAYDON's team on this very important program.â€
About VDC Display Systems
VDC Display Systems, a division of Video Display Corporation (NASDAQ:VIDE), are specialists in the design and manufacture of projector systems for the simulation and training community. We work tirelessly in support of our industry through close partnership with systems integrators the world over. For more information, visit the
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About Video Display Corporation
Video Display Corporation designs, manufactures, markets, distributes, installs and provides a complete line of technologically advanced display products and systems for military, medical and industrial uses, with emphasis on high end training and simulation applications. We offer one of the best and most comprehensive customer support service, from basic components to turnkey systems used by government, military, space, medical, homeland security and commercial organizations worldwide.
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