April 1987
Image Technology;Apr1987, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p132
Trade Publication
The article offers updates related to image technology. A US$1 million contract to provide information system for the two Boeing 747 aircrafts, which are built as replacements for the official flight of the U.S. president, has been awarded to British company Curtis & Green Ltd. Roy Milner, chairman and managing director of Kodak Ltd., will retire in May 1987. Vistek Electronics Ltd. has introduced a monochrome video monitor with an optically flat 17 centimeters tube.


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