Boost Human External Cargo Systems (Boost Systems – www.boostsystems.ca), a global industry leader in the provision of the most advanced, fully-certified, Human External Cargo (HEC) Systems and services for the rescue, utility, public safety and defence sectors is exhibiting at Heli-Expo 2020 (Booth #2436) in Anaheim, California from January 28th – 30th, 2020.
“Over the past five years, Boost has experienced significant growth via interest and adoption of our products and services in the global Human External Cargo (HEC) marketplace; including both operators and OEMs,” states Derek Thomas, President of Boost Systems. This has required us to remain proactive in developing and expanding upon our industry-leading FAA, EASA, CAAC and Transport Canada certified HEC systems and training, as well as in addressing requests for consulting on various programs being conducted by our domestic and international customers.
This increasing level of customer-focused activity has made it necessary for us to expand our business development coverage, as well as to develop a new comprehensive and interactive website. The completely redesigned website (www.boostsystems.ca) includes new HEC content and features, designed to provide customers and operators with easy to navigate information and resources targeted at increasing awareness and access to our industry-leading HEC products and services that enhance our customer’s mission readiness and effectiveness.
The Boost Systems Team is excited to meet with operators and OEMs at HeliExpo 2020. “Our focus at HeliExpo is to meet with existing and potential new customers to discuss their HEC operations and challenges so that we can work collaboratively with them and provide the opportunity to experience the benefits of our fully approved HEC Dual Hook systems” says Thomas.
Boost System’s HEC systems for the AS350, AS355, H125, Bell 206L, Bell 407 and MD500 are fully-certified and compliant to the latest FAR 27.865 and FAA AC133-1B HEC standards (including optional approved PCDS), and provide the highest level of safety and reliability available to the industry.
Additional helicopter HEC Systems under development by Boost Systems include:
Bell 212 and Bell 412; the MD 500 series and the EC-145/BK-117/BO-105 helicopters.
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