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HANGAR TALK Industry news relevant to your business


the state/county health departments. All guests entering the MDU must adhere to UA’s safety plan, which includes requirements for


facial masks, social


distancing, and the completion of proper cleaning and disinfection protocols.


Universal Avionics Introduces Mobile Demonstration Unit


Universal announced


Avionics its


(UA) immersive


recently Mobile


Demonstration Unit (MDU) is now on the road. The company’s new demonstration platform brings its products directly to customers, with the first event scheduled next week in Scottsdale, Arizona. Teaming with authorized dealers/integrators and FBOs across the United States, UA is hosting live, on-location demonstrations of its most innovative avionics solutions in a comfortable, private, and socially distanced setting. The MDU delivers premiere ‘on the go’ service to customers with no crowds or endless standing lines, providing personalized on-site one-to-one demonstrations of the latest technologies available for aircraft today: • Localizer


Performance with Vertical


Guidance (LPV) for improved safety, and savings in time and money.


• Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) to fly head-up and overcome extreme weather and low visibility.


BY THE NUMBERS


UA continues to closely monitor COVID-19, and the company is following the current guidance set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and any local requirements set forth by


• Data Communications for simplified communications and access to preferred routing.


• Integrated Display System to streamline flight deck operations.


• Interactive Synthetic Vision System


(i-SVS) for a ‘head-up/head-down’ flight deck solution with an innovative gaze-control concept.


“The Mobile Demonstration Unit is


further evidence of Universal Avionics’ continuous drive for innovation,” said Marc Bouliane, UA vice president of business development, marketing, and services. “Our team reacted swiftly to this year’s unfortunate events and developed a fully portable demonstration system,” he added. “Visitors will be able to experience firsthand our newest products, confident that we are simultaneously ensuring their wellbeing.”


Vertical Aviation Technologies Inc. Purchases Type Certificate 1H2


Vertical Aviation Technologies Inc. recently announced the purchase of Type Certificate 1H2 from Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. Type Certificate 1H2 is the FAA design approval for S-52 series helicopters originally developed and certified by Sikorsky, and will be used to reenter the commercial market with the new S-52L. “This is a step forward with the history of the S-52.” says Brad Clark, president. “For 33 years we’ve been


The approximate industry audience for Rotorcraft Pro Media Network (RPMN) digital offerings. Due to the impact of COVID-19, Rotorcraft Pro temporarily suspended printing and mailing issues until 2021, but still offers free digital versions of our magazine through email, mobile apps, and our website. Visit rotorcraftpro. com to secure your free digital subscription and to explore other ways we support rotorcraft pros.


36 July/Aug 2020


450,000 3


The number of Mount Adams, Washington, climbers rescued by a helicopter (call sign “Dustoff”)


from the


Yakima Training Center and the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office this past July 4 holiday. Two of the climbers showed symptoms of hypothermia and the other had injuries.


27


The age of a man arrested during a night police action in Dundee, Scotland.


A


spokeswoman said police helicopter and ground units responded to a report that the man had been seen in possession of what was believed to be a firearm. One alarmed resident described the heavy police response “like something you would see in an American cop program.”


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