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ON FINAL APPROACH
MAX-VIZ Announces Forward Vision to
Continue as Exclusive Distributor of General
Aviation EVS-100 and EVS-600s F
Max-Viz, Inc., manufacturer of the EVS-100 for installation on its 2009
EVS-100 and dual-wave length EVS-600, Sweepstakes Cirrus. EVS systems--com-
announced today that Forward. Vision monly known as infrared or thermal imag-
will continue to be the exclusive sales ing cameras--present a real-time picture
channel and customer support provider to outside the cockpit to offer the pilot a on the display. Forward Vision CEO Pat
aftermarket and selected OEM’s for the view that penetrates haze, fog, smoke and Farrell added, “We’ve made significant
EVS-x00 product line to General Avia- precipitation 8 to 10 times farther than the strides this year in bringing EVS into
tion. Max-Viz president and CEO Elliott unaided human eye. In flight, pilots can mainstream use by virtue of the numerous
Troutman said ”Forward. Vision. was our use EVS to avoid clouds, fly between lay- STC’s now available for its certified in-
number one customer for EVS-100/600 ers, and note detailed ground features out stallation on production airframes.” Far-
products during 2009. We look forward of the night landscape. EVS offers day- rell noted STC’s cover well over 75% of
to their continued growth and to the pro- time safety advantages as well, allowing a the light aircraft fleet, including Cirrus,
liferation of this life saving technology clear view to the pilot in reduced visibility Cessna, Beech fixed-wing, and Robinson
throughout the General Aviation market.” such as smoke, haze or even thin fog. The rotorcraft. He added, “And we have more
Troutman pointed to Forward Vision’s EVS 100 provides an infrared 40° x 30° STC’s on the way. We believe all pilots
numerous successes in marketing the field of view; the EVS 600 adds to that can benefit from this proven technology
product to a wide audience, citing as a no- the ability to distinguish visible light fused to help them “see” better in reduced visi-
table example AOPA’s selection of the to the infrared image and presenting both bility. “

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