Korry has been a trusted name in human-machine interface (HMI) solutions since 1937 when the company created the first lighted cockpit controls for the developing military and commercial aircraft industry.
The Korry product team continues this tradition as it develops the crew station of the future, providing state-of-the-art switches, cockpit controls, night-vision filters, and high-performance KDM displays.
Every Korry solution integrates our expertise in optics, electronics and software, mechanical packaging, mechanism design, and human factors. In addition, we continually perfect our own proprietary materials and processes for leading-edge performance.
This image shows 80 years of Korry HMI solutions beginning with the Boeing 307 Stratoliner that entered service in 1938 to the Gulfstream G500 that entered service in 2018.
Technologies & Capabilities
Korry expertise is centered on superior human-machine interface products offering balanced lighting solutions for all cockpit needs.
Korry embeds industry leading optical performance into all of our illuminated products. NVIS and secure lighting solutions enable the warfighter to meet operational needs.
Korry supports certification of our products with processes following the guidelines of ARP-4754. Our software development process complies with RTCA DO-178B/C and hardware development process complies with RTCA D0-254. Several products have received TSOA including our weather radar family of controllers.
Korry houses a complete range of test engineering expertise and test lab facilities that specialize in addressing compliance to commercial and military aerospace environmental and EMI/EMC standards. Capabilities include environmental testing to RTCA D0-160 and MIL-STD-810 and EMI/EMC testing to RTCA D0-160 and MIL-STD-461.
Korry integrates fully certified (TSO'ed) Small Form Factor, Modular Open Architecture and Platform Computing solutions into our products. These solutions support a variety of Airborne Computing applications.
Korry operates as a certificated air agency (repair station) under FAA regulation 14 CFR Part 145, Certificate No. KE7R393J. The repair station is also approved under EASA Supplement EASA.145.4618 as an EASA Part 145 operation. Our repairmen are certified under 14 CFR Part 65 to facilitate Issuance of Airworthiness Certification (8130-3 form) for return to service of repaired articles.
Human Machine Interface
Korry integrates HMI solutions that define the look, feel and performance into all of our products. These products provide state of the art optical performance that is balanced across all flight deck zones.
Korry is committed to the highest standards of business ethics. Korry’s Export Compliance Program was established to ensure compliance with the Export Administrative Regulations (EAR), the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and related laws and regulations.
Leading Sales Managers, Global Sales Reps and Distributors are available to assist with your requirements for quality HMI solutions.
Founded by Boris Korry in 1937, and located in the heart of the Pacific Northwest aviation corridor
First product, a warning lamp indicator, produced for the 307 Stratoliner
Company ramps up shipping indicators for the B-17 and B-29 bombers
Commercial aviation takes off increasing company fivefold to over 100 employees
First catalog is published as the product line continues to expand – Korry product on virtually all US built aircraft
Korry 496 garterspring technology introduced for high performance switch panels – an industry first
433/434 and 427/428 series are launched driving the standard for aviation switches & annunciators