tanino wrote:Thanks for the photo of the cockpit of the Super Hornet.
At Suckoy Team a single screen is not safety in case of malfunction, much better to have two singles pushed together in the event of default of any of them, fighting performance would not be affected. In Russia (and earlier in the Soviet Union there have been numerous studies (some still stumbled) on ergonomics combat workstation (advanced tech apart)
Regarding the discussion I agree that the data represented on the display are not a video game created by corporate Perception (example), beautiful, modern and effect, but do not correspond to actual use in flight and in combat.
But though: is there a point where for obvious reasons, russia must catch up: the Visual information of its pilots.
I think the basic point is unique: no one likes to be represented on the display old-analog dials instead of three-dimensional maps.
I read a year ago ,one Indian pilot comments about his view of more than ~5 combat jets
that he tested or allowed to be passenger , and he was able to see Russian planes and Europeans ,ones and American ones . he was testing plane performance ,and as i said ,
it was quite interesting how for him ,was important to have modern digital displays and
also the helmet too. He told about american planes (i think was F-15) that was hard to read
the panels with direct sun light and a bit difficult to have instant situational awareness. and he praised F/18 superhornets panels. So also a surprise . generally his favorite plane was the
rafale very modern avionics ,electronics and computers. he did not tested however Pak-fa or