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DO-375 - Electronic

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  • DO-375 - Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for a Combined Vision Systems for Helicopter Operations
  • This document addresses Combined Vision Systems (CVS) technologies applied to helicopter operations. While RTCA DO-315x / EUROCAE ED-179x and DO-371 / EUROCAE ED-249 documents are not specialized for a particular type of platform or mission, they were mostly written with fixed-wing platforms and operations in mind. The present document is oriented specifically towards helicopter platforms and operations. It defines performance standards for CVS over head down and transparent displays, which intended function is to provide a supplemental view of the external scene and visual references to the pilot. Such a CVS does not provide “additional operational credit’ and is not intended to change the helicopter’s existing operational capability or certification basis. The pilot(s) is expected to follow the existing operational procedures and adhere to all published minimums. This document is technically equivalent to EUROCAE ED-255.
  • DO-375-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-213
  • 1/16/2019