To allow helicopter pilots navigate under poor visibility conditions (such as fog or heavy rain) helicopters are equipped with several imaging sensors, which can be viewed by the pilot in a helmet mounted display. A typical sensor suite includes both a low-light-television (LLTV) sensor and a thermal imaging forward-looking-infrared (FLIR) sensor. In the current configuration, the pilot can choose on of the two sensors to watch in his display. A possible improvement is combine both imaging sources into a single fused image which contains the relevant image information of both imaging devices. The following images illustrate this application.