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PRODUCTS & SERVICES


www.uasc.com


Gain confidence, security and safety on every flight using the latest advancements in satellite-based navigation from Universal Avionics’ SBAS-capable Flight Management Systems (FMS).


The SBAS-FMS provides centralized control of aircraft navigation sensors, lateral and vertical flight guidance and steering, fuel management, database management, and flight planning. In addition, the SBAS-FMS reduces pilot workload, improves situational awareness, and offers a path to NextGen and SESAR capabilities including localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV), automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) out, required navigation performance (RNP) / area navigation (RNAV), and more.


Certified on over 50 aircraft types, the SBAS-FMS combine the benefits of advanced programming, compact and lightweight packaging, and installation flexibility. Four models provide the ability to select the optimum system to meet the desired features and capabilities that match your aircraft equipment and interface requirements. Universal Avionics’ 4-inch and 5-inch FMS flat panel control display units are night vision goggle-compatible.


“Having operated Universal Avionics’ equipment for over 30 years now, I’ve found that the company really dedicates themselves to the helicopter industry. Universal’s FMS has all the functions that a helicopter operator could possibly need like building and storing multiple flight plans. At the same time, the FMS works in the simplest form. It’s user- friendly, yet extremely accurate.”


— John Dempsey, chief helicopter pilot (retired), R.O.P. Aviation Inc.


www.boostsystems.ca


Boost Human External Cargo Systems is the leading innovator for the helicopter human erxternal cargo (HEC) market by developing dual-hook HEC and personnel carrying device systems (PCDS) for the global market.


Augmented by development and delivery of HEC and Hoist Training programs, Boost Systems offers the highest standard of safety, versatility and reliability to HEC operators including:


• Search & Rescue-High Angle Rescue • •


Law Enforcement-Border Security Firefighting and Wildfire Suppression


• Power Line & Maintenance-Oil & Gas


All Boost Systems’ HEC products are Supplemental Type Certified & compliant to FAR 27.865 & FAA AC133-1B HEC standards (including PCDS products - employed across all helicopter models for HEC & Hoist operations).


Available HEC Systems include: AS350/AS355/H125 - Bell 206L/212/407/412 - MD500 series helicopters.


Boost Systems also now offers its latest contribution to HEC system operations— the Bell 212/412 dual hook HEC system!


“Our Bell 407 helicopters are equipped with Boost Systems’ Human External Cargo dual hook systems - and we couldn’t be more impressed with the superior quality, performance, and enhanced safety they offer...the product is second to none! Boost’s 5-star experience begins with prompt attention to our HEC requirements, ease of system installation, HEC training, and after-sale customer support. Our team highly recommends Boost Systems’ HEC products and services.”


— Morgan Lohman, president, Lohman Helicopter LLC


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Nov/Dec 2020


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