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Falcon 8X business jets provisioned for EVAS Cockpit Smoke Protection

Dassault Aviation and VisionSafe teamed up early in the 8X process to validate EVAS for the new advanced jet.

VisionSafe Corporation and Dassault Aviation expressed a mutual commitment to providing an EVAS option on the 8X. The work has paid off, EVAS Cockpit Smoke Protection is now approved for installation on the 8X from the start of the line.

VisionSafe’s Vice President Jonathan Parker stated – “Dassault continues to demonstrate its forward-thinking view by adding the 8X to the existing Falcon Service Advisory. Dassault has consolidated its protection offerings under a single advisory.” Adding, “this is not just about the 8X, Dassault is expanding the Service Bulletin concept to include all the aircraft covered by the advisory and EVAS STC (7X, 8X, 900, 2000, and 50 series aircraft). Now any Falcon Jet operator will be able to either factory install EVAS on their new aircraft or have it streamlined with the service bulletin factory retrofit.”



FAA Approves VisionSafe System for Use on Gulfstream G280

EVAS cockpit smoke protection flying in more Gulfstream aircraft than any other.

VisionSafe today announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) for use on the Gulftstream G280. VisionSafe received the supplemental type certificate and PMA earlier this month.

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EVAS cockpit smoke protection ready to fly in Boeing 777 aircraft

VisionSafe Corporation has received Supplemental Type Certification (STC) for the Emergency Vision System (EVAS) Cockpit Smoke Displacement equipment applicable to the Boeing 777. The Boeing 777 is the latest aircraft to get FAA certified equipment and includes models 777-200, -200LR, -300, -300LR and the 777F.

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Dubai 747 Accident final report recommends continuous smoke protection for pilots

GCAA report: “mandate the implementation of vision assurance devices or technology for improved pilot visibility during continuous smoke”

VisionSafe is reminded today of the tragic loss of the lives of the UPS 6 flight crew. VisionSafe appreciates the hard and complex work done by the accident investigators who contributed to the investigation of UPS 6 accident and who helped GCAA conclude this phase of the process.

All too often we find that the focus on the critical instance that ultimately sets off a chain of events leading to accidents becomes the only focus of accident reports. We respect the need for this clarity and the requirement to draw conclusions. These are scientific reports and thus they require this objective and un-assuming approach.

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