Thursday, March 5, 2015

 

04th March 2015 - 21:47


by Beth Maundrill in Orlando

Aviation Specialities Unlimited (ASU) is demonstrating the new Observation Wide-Area Low-Altitude Sensor (OWLS) microgimbal at Heli-Expo 2015. 

Adapted for small UAVs, the new sensor is lightweight and also has the potential for use on manned aircraft.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 3/5/2015 4:38:00 PM in Trade Shows

 

 

 

By: Scott Emerine - ASU Media Contact

(ORLANDO, FLORIDA - March 5, 2015) United States, Boise, Idaho based Aviation Specialties Unlimited Inc., (ASU) announced today, from the Helicopter International Association (HAI) HELI-EXPO Convention in Orlando, Florida, that the company along with Vienna, Austria based Helikopter Air Transportation GmbH (HeliAir) obtained EASA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval on the civilian Airbus EC135 series.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 3/5/2015 3:34:00 PM in ASU News / NVIS Modifications

 

 

 

By: Scott Emerine - ASU Media Contact

(ORLANDO, FLORIDA – March 4, 2015) Aviation Specialties Unlimited Inc., (ASU) announced today, from the Helicopter International Association (HAI) HELI-EXPO Convention in Orlando, Florida, that the company once again sponsored a Whirly Girl Scholarship. Pilot Cristina Gonzalez from Puerto Rico was announced as the 2015 winner of the scholarship.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 3/5/2015 3:28:00 PM in ASU News / NVIS Training

 

 

Thursday, January 8, 2015

 

Night Vision Tech: The Big Picture
By Frank Lombardi

The benefits of night vision technology to the civil world have finally become tough to dispute, especially in the law enforcement and helicopter EMS roles.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 1/8/2015 6:23:00 PM in ASU News / Night Vision in the News

 

 

Monday, October 27, 2014

 

Argentine article regarding civilian uses for NVG's:

Note: Article is written in Spanish

http://en.calameo.com/read/00033920572776ce42865

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 10/27/2014 9:14:00 PM in ASU News / Night Vision in the News

 

 

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