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Max-Viz And PAS England Receive First Export Statement Of Integration Approval From Department Of Commerce


Max-Viz, Inc and Police Aviation Services (PAS) of England have received a Statement of Integration (SOI) export license from the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) allowing significantly quicker and more streamlined export of Max-Viz Enhanced Vision System technology abroad to civilian users through the PAS facility in Cheltenham, UK. Bob Yerex, VP Sales for Max-Viz states, “Max-Viz can now ship to support PAS EVS programs for civil customers in over 36 export exempt countries almost imme- diately, compared to previous delays of between 2 and 6 months for individual program export applications.” “This SOI allows Max-Viz to compete on a level playing field with compara- ble foreign suppliers with lead times from receipt of order to delivery responsiveness equiva- lent to current domestic pro- grams”. “We are working with


most of our integration cus- tomer base to get them aligned under the same type of SOI cer- tification to provide each of them with this same competitive advantage” states Dylan Anderson, CFO at Max-Viz. PAS is part of the Specialist Aviation Services Group (www.specialist-avation.com) and operates and maintains over 30 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. “As an EASA approved design organization active across Europe and the Eastern hemi- sphere, PAS is well placed to develop STCs and provide EVS


kits for much of Max-Viz’s export market. We see great potential for the use of EVS as an enhancement to safety, not just within our own operations, but across a broader range of users and our design capability compliments the responsiveness provided by the grant of this export license,” added Nigel Lemon, Sales Director at PAS. Max-Viz (www.max-viz.com) designs and markets the small- est, most reliable and affordable Enhanced Vision Systems for aircraft. The systems use real- time infrared sensors, signal


processing, and a cockpit dis- play to provide flight crews with actual images of terrain, run- ways, taxiways, aircraft and other potential obstacles much better than the naked eye can see during poor visibility con- dition such as light fog, haze, smoke, brown / whiteout, light precipitation and darkness. ◆


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