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7 Evolution Helmets


Evolution Helmets based in Melbourne, Florida, manufactures high-end, lightweight helicopter and airplane helmets for all applications, including EMS, law enforcement, aerial application, and utility. The EVO 052 is the lightest NVG-compatible helmet in the world, while the EVO 252 is fast becoming the most popular. Helmets are built to order and also come, based on preference, with either the Bose A20 or Lightspeed Aviation ANR systems.


There are over 20 colors to select from and numerous options that include dual impedance, oxygen receivers, NVG- compatible visor, and built-in battery pack holder. The EVO line of helmets also come with innovative features such as a 400-pound pull-strength magnetic chin strap, gradient lenses, quick- disconnect cords, and the ability to change from a fixed-wing to rotary-wing configuration with just a quick change of the cable system.


Evolution Helmets, made in the USA, come with the best warranty in the helmet market.


www.evolutionhelmets.com


8 MD302 SAM®


Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics’ MD302 Standby Attitude Module (SAM) is the first digital standby display to provide attitude, altitude, airspeed, slip, vertical trend, and interfaced heading information in an advanced 2-inch format. The high-definition, two-screen display complements the flight deck and provides a seamless transition from the primary flight displays to the standby display during an emergency situation.


SAM is extremely light, weighing just 1.6 pounds. The compact, self-contained device offers a unique two-screen display featuring selectable horizontal and vertical orientation. This allows for flexible cockpit installation without extensively rearranging existing equipment.


SAM is designed to fit in less panel space than a standard set of 2- or 3-inch mechanical instruments, and contains a built-in battery that provides over one hour of emergency power in case of aircraft electrical failure.


www.flySAM.com


9 Tiger Tugs Typhoon


Tiger Tugs, a leader in helicopter tug technology, is introducing its most innovative and ground breaking design yet. The Typhoon is the first helicopter tug of its kind, and it is revolutionizing the way helicopters are handled on the ground. This tug is unique because it is a true omnidirectional vehicle capable of driving in any direction. It not only can drive forwards and backwards, but also sideways and in any compass direction. It also can rotate 360 degrees about its center.


With its full wireless remote control capability, operators gain a new level of visibility, safety, and freedom not offered by any other tug. The Typhoon’s all-electric drive and state-of- the-art motive system provides total positive control, redundant safety features, and an unbelievably smooth ride.


With the Typhoon, operators can stack more helicopters in a given hangar than previously possible. It has opened new possibilities for operating helicopters off super yachts, and could make easy work of moving helicopters in tight spaces on offshore platforms.


www.tigertugs.com


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