Aero Dynamix announces the delivery of certified NVG cockpit upgrades for three MD500 helicopters owned by a Latin American military operation. The NVG-equipped helicopters will be used primarily as training assets for night vision operations.
The NVG upgrades encompass internal NVIS avionics modifications, edge lit panels, instrument overlays and all other internal and external illuminated components. These upgrades are designed to achieve a balanced cockpit that is optimized for both night and daylight readability performance.
“The adoption rate of night vision technology in Latin America is impressive,” says Tonka Hufford, Aero Dynamix’ Director of Operations, “and we are proud to be the NVIS lighting vendor of choice for many of these owner/operators.”
About Aero Dynamix, Inc.
Aero Dynamix is the industry leader and principle innovator of integrated Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) solutions for commercial and military aircraft. The company specializes in complete and fully integrated cockpit modifications for night vision applications and has completed over 500 STC cockpit upgrades. Aero Dynamix headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Euless, Texas.
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