Decatur, Texas-based aircraft MRO, completion, and support provider AeroBrigham has purchased the SkyDisplay head-up display (HUD) division from MyGoFlight. The HUD was developed by the late founder of MyGoFlight, Charlie Schneider, who spent years bringing the SkyDisplay HUD to market at a cost far lower than any other HUD product.
SkyDisplay holds approvals for installation in numerous aircraft under an approved model list supplemental type certificate. They include Cirrus SR piston singles and SF50 Vision Jet; Beechcraft Bonanzas, Barons, and King Air 300s; Cessna turboprops and light jets; Embraer Phenom 100; Mooney M20; Pilatus PC-12; Piper Twin Comanche, Cheyenne, and Malibu Matrix; and Daher TBM 700 and 850.
Under the new company name AeroDisplay, AeroBrigham plans to continue the development of the HUD, including configurations for additional Part 23 airplanes, as well as Part 27 helicopters. For rotorcraft, the HUD will add engine, external load values, and other critical information to its display, according to AeroBrigham. AeroDisplay also offers integration with thermal imaging systems, including the Astronics Max-Viz enhanced flight vision system.
AeroDisplay operations will remain in the Denver area. “Our goal is the continue the development of this game-changing safety enhancement and continue the legacy of our friend Charlie Schneider,” said David Brigham, co-owner of AeroBrigham and AeroDisplay with his brother Danny Brigham.