The Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) is the common digital cockpit avionics architecture for rotary wing aircraft for the U.S. Army.

Initially developed for the US Army Special Operations forces (MH-47G, MH-60L/M), CAAS cockpit has also been selected for the USCG (MH-60T, MH-65E), Marine One (VH-60N), Marines (CH-53K) as well as by CH-47F Chinook in over eight countries.


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Boeing to Upgrade 17 Spanish Chinook to CH-47F, 03-Jan-19 : #Chinook Boeing will upgrade Spanish Army Chinook Fleet to the CH-47F with deliveries starting in 2021

US Army Chinook Support Contract, 09-Nov-18 : #Chinook Rockwell Collins awarded 5-year contract to upgrade and repair the Common Avionics Architecture Systems (CAAS, the glass cockpit) on the US Army’s CH-47F Chinook fleet

Australian Army CH-47F Support Contract, 11-Jun-18 : #avionics Rockwell Collins extends to 2020 support for avionics and simulators of the Australian Army CH-47F Chinook fleet

US Coast Guard MH-65E Avionics Upgrade, 01-Mar-18 : By the end of 2019, US Coast Guard Dolphin fleet to start getting upgraded to MH-65E type with a new avionics CAAS architecture from Rockwell Collins similar as of the MH-60T

US Army CH-47F’s Cockpit Support Contract, 16-Nov-16 : Rockwell Collins won support contract for 1910 units of its Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) cockpit for the US Army’s CH-47F helicopter fleet through 2021

Rockwell Collins CAAS for India CH-47F Chinook, 28-Mar-16 : The Boeing Company has selected Rockwell Collins to provide its Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) for India s 15 CH-47F Chinook helicopters

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