moving map display

moving map display
A display in which a symbol, representing the aircraft, remains stationary while the map or chart image moves beneath the symbol so that the display simulates the horizontal movement of the aircraft in which it is installed. In some cases, the map or chart remains stationary while the symbol moves across the screen.

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