EVAS has been widely adopted among operators of Private Jets, with over 3000 EVAS units having been installed between Gulfstream, Bombardier and Dassault aircraft.
The Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) has been widely adopted by those who fly on private jets. EVAS is available for the majority of medium to long range aircraft types as either standard equipment or on the options lists.
After numerous incidences of smoke impeding pilots vision, and with catastrophic loss as a result, VisionSafe corporation came up with the solution. Bombardier, Dassault Falcon Jet, and Gulfstream Aerospace have designated EVAS as standard client option for their prestigious line of jet aircraft.
Well over 2000 ETOPS aircraft are EVAS equipped.
Certified for use on 10 OEMs and over 120 Aircraft Type.
EVAS is equipped on over 1000 Gulfstream Aircraft.
After thorough evaluation and review Gulfstream awarded VisionSafe as supplier of the year. Gulfstream has also designated EVAS as a standard equipment on the G650 and as standard client option for the rest of their prestigious line of aircraft.
David Dalpiaz shares why EVAS is so important
An overview of the Emergency Vision Assurance System