Manitoba Air Services Branch orders additional MAX-VIZ EVS-1500s
March 25, 2009, Portland, OR - Max-Viz announced the sale of six additional EVS-1500 dual field of view infrared sensor systems to the Government of Manitoba Air Services Branch.
March 25, 2009, Portland, OR – Max-Viz announced the sale of six
additional EVS-1500 dual field of view infrared sensor systems to the
Government of Manitoba Air Services Branch of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
These EVS systems are planned to be utilized in conjunction with CL-215
fire suppression bombers and spotter aircraft.
Elliott Troutman (President) of Max-Viz stated, “We are pleased with
the Government of Manitoba Air Services Branch’s continued integration
of our next generation EVS-1500 systems into their fire suppression
mission. The continued enhancement to both their safety and
operational effectiveness will have a dramatic positive impact on their
program, and Max-Viz is proud to be a part of that continual
) designs and markets the smallest, most reliable, popular and
affordable Enhanced Vision System. Max-Viz is the only company
dedicated solely to EVS. The systems use real-time infrared sensors,
signal processing, and a cockpit display to provide flight crews with
actual images of terrain, runways, taxiways, aircraft and other
potential obstacles much better than the naked eye during poor
visibility conditions such as light fog, haze, smoke, brown / whiteout,
light precipitation and darkness. Max-Viz EVS simply improves
situational awareness, pilot confidence and operational safety.