Aerial Application

Night Vision Imaging System Integration for Agricultural Aerial Application, Mosquito Abatement, and Aerial Firefighting

Aerial Application Datasheet

See More, Spray More, and Sleep More with Night Vision 

Aerial applicators with night vision goggles (NVGs) are seeing more than ever before, maximizing productivity, and enjoying consistent flying schedules. To safely fly with NVGs, the FAA requires a pilot to be equipped with aviation-rated NVGs, Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) compatible lighting and pilot training. ASU can provide everything to get  your NVG operations up and running and turning night into day just as they have for more than 6,000 pilots and crews over the last 25+ years. From initial sale of goggle to the set-up of your cockpit to the training of your flight crew, ASU will guide you through every step of the process.

Night Vision Goggles


The AN/AVS-9 NVG is the leading night vision goggle in the civil aviation industry. The latest NVG incorporates un-filmed, auto-gated tubes provide the highest quality image in both low light and high light environments. **Now White Phosphor available**

Aircraft NVIS Modification

NVIS modifications are required to maximize visual acuity and safety. ASU has supported safe and sustainable NVG programs worldwide and modified more than1,400 aircraft for night vision operations.

NVG Pilot and Crew Training

NVG Initial, Recurrent, and Instructor Pilot Training – ASU has trained more than 6,000 pilots and crew. FAA certifications in Part 133, 135, 137 and 141.

NVG Inspections and Maintenance

FAA requires NVGs to be inspected and recertified every 180 days. ASU’s service center provides 180 day goggle certification, repair and maintenance.