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award presented to Air Evac Lifeteam again in recognition of the safety culture and atten- tion to detail of our teams,” added President and CEO Seth Myers. “Our safety program is a collaborative effort and we’re honored to receive the recogni- tion.”

demonstrate a helicopter acci- dent rate that is less than half the total of the average accident rate of HAI operator members. Director of Safety Dave

Hardin added, “I want to con- gratulate each and every employee for the hard work and effort in ensuring the safety of our crewmembers and those entrusted to our care. “The fact that we received

this recognition is a testament to the hard work and efforts of each and every employee of Air Evac Lifeteam,” he added.

In a letter from HAI

President Matthew Zuccaro, he stated, “You can take great pride in the face that you have met the requirements for this award. You achievement not only reflects favorably upon your organization but HAI members and the entire international helicopter community as well. “Because of your efforts to

reduce accident risk, the heli- copter industry is better pre- pared to meet the challenges currently before us and those of the future.”

Air Evac Lifeteam operates 91 air ambulance bases in 14 states and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems. For more information about Air Evac Lifeteam services, call 1-800-793-0010 or visit


Distribution Center Max-Viz®

, Inc. announced

today that its general aviation Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS) will now be made available directly to Airframe OEMs, Avionic OEMs and Avionics and Repair Centers. These sys- tems had previously been avail- able to the general market only through an exclusive distribu-

tor. Max-Viz Enhanced Vision Systems provide pilots with an affordable solution that “turns night into day®

”, improve visi-

bility through dust, smoke or poor weather conditions and have been certified on more than 200 aircraft models. The general aviation products

are the EVS-600 (dual sensor, fused image of thermal back- ground with visible runway & taxiway lights) and the EVS-100 (single sensor, thermal back- ground). These systems come in a single, self contained, sealed, aerodynamic unit weighing less than 1.5 pounds (23 oz.). The EVS-600 is available now on factory new Cirrus SR20 and SR22 aircraft equipped with the Perspective Integrated Flight Display (EVS-600) and is expected to be available on new aircraft from other general avia- tion manufacturers before the end of the year. The EVS-600 and 100 are also available to existing aircraft using STC’s that are available on all Robinson Helicopters.


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