Enhance your glareshield and free
up space for new avionics

Sierra’s exclusive glareshield upgrade is all about visuals You can’t find this highly functional modification for Cessna jets anywhere else! We at Sierra have perfected a method for getting more out of your glareshield. Our technique adds valuable space for new avionics while putting vital annunciator information directly in your line of sight.

This upgrade helps you see better — and it looks good, too
Our glareshield modification includes black Ultratech covering, but other covering options are also available to match your Cessna Citation interior. After modification, the glareshield can be returned to you as a kit for field installation, or our expert technicians can install it for you.

Infrared imaging ideally suited to Cessna jets

These low-cost, new-generation infrared systems were developed to improve the pilot’s forward vision, and by extension his or her situational awareness, in nighttime and other low-visibility conditions that are otherwise unsafe for your Cessna Citation.

These low-cost, new-generation infrared systems were developed to improve the pilot’s forward vision

GAViS keeps you at your best,
even in the dark

The GAViS system is a single LRU that provides video to a head-down display, affording you top-quality aircraft performance when you wouldn’t otherwise be able to see. It’s mounted much like an antenna, which means there’s no need for extra equipment like windows or fairings. That means this upgrade helps you see clearly, without raising the cost of ownership of your Cessna jet.

Weighing less than four pounds, the unintrusive system displays a field of view of 30 degrees horizontal by 22.5 degrees vertical. The hardware is tough, capable and affordable, and it makes your plane viable even in conditions that would otherwise make for very unsafe flight.

Max-Viz EVS-1000 gathers
information about runways,
terrain and obstacles

See through haze, smoke, snow, rain and darkness with this tail-mounted system that uses uncooled, long-wave infrared sensors to “show” you what you can’t otherwise see.