A new product combination designed for a more rugged, lighter, comfortable mission experience with the new ASU aviation night vision helmet mount and battery pack known as the Aeronox® along with the Aspida™ carbon Paraclete Aviation Life Support helmet with the Kairos™ Retention Assembly, and ASU white phosphor night vision goggles.
The new White Phosphor Night Vision Goggle is the first technological breakthrough in aviation goggles since the Generation III goggle was introduced.
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Green Phosphor Night Vision Goggle.
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WABNET’s wireless aviation router brings affordable connectivity onboard. Aviation Wifi allows crews using their own tablets to make and receive voice calls, send or receive messages, emails, and stay current with their operational services. Finally, an affordable solution is available to meet the growing demand from airlines on any type of aircraft, even regionals.
Connectivity will improve management of medical emergencies in flight, diversions or in any crisis situation.
ASU's OWLS combines a compact night vision sensor with an image stabilized microgimbal enclosure that can be designed to perform surveillance, reconnaissance, target detection, and target tracking from airborne and manned platforms.
The use of Hand-held fire extinguishers containing Halon in Aircraft will become prohibited end of 2025 and you will need to replace all them.
ADS-B out is now mandatory for all A/C or helicopter flying within any airspace.
New Premium Economy Class (A330-300)In the main cabin of the main floor on the aircraft, the change consistof the removal of 10 per cent of the Economy Class Seats between door 2and door 3 and the installation of new developed Premium Economy Seatsinstead. The new seating will have a greater pitch a...
Manufacture of Replacement Crew Door Window Assembly in accordance with Aeronautical Accessories, Inc. Drawing List Report No. AA-99027, no revision, dated March 23, 1999, or later FAA approved revision, and installation per Report No. AA-99029, no revision, dated March 18, 1999, or later FAA approved revision.
Installation of NVIS aircraft lighting modification for a Bell 214 Helicopter. Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) modifications are required to maximize visual acuity and safety while operating an aircraft with night vision goggles (NVGs).
ASU offers nearly 40 STCs covering more than 80 makes and models of rotary and fixed-wing aircraft.