The FAA, U.S Army, U.S Marines, U.S Air Force, U.S Navy, U.S. Coast Guard and other international governments, military and VIP aircraft fly with EVAS

Incidents
3
/day
In the US alone
8000+
EVAS Systems
protecting aircraft
An ever growing amount of aircraft safeguarded
from
Blinding
Smoke

Nothing is more
fundamental than being
able to see in order to fly.

The Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) provides a clear space of air through which a pilot can see flight instruments and out the front windshield for landing the plane in the event of blinding cockpit smoke.

Our mission is to provide the aviation industry with a trusted partner committed to the highest degree of safety in the event of cockpit smoke incidents. Fire extinguishers, goggles and smoke detectors are of no use if the pilot can’t see to control the aircraft. VisionSafe corporation is an ISO 9001 compliant corporation, as well as an FAA and EASA Authorized Repair Station. The EVAS system is FAA approved and certified for well over 100 aircraft type, and is used by thousands of Corporate, Commercial, Government, Cargo and Military aircraft across the world. Over 72% of the worlds cargo aircraft now fly with EVAS, due in large part to the hazards of flying with modern day electronic devices, we are confident that all passenger aircraft will follow suit, and this road will be paved by those pushing aviation safety into the future.

certified for well over 100 aircraft type, and is used by thousands of Corporate, Commercial, Government, Cargo and Military aircraft across the world. Over 72% of the worlds cargo aircraft now fly with EVAS, due in large part to the hazards of flying with modern day electronic devices, we are confident that all passenger aircraft will follow suit, and this road will be paved by those pushing aviation safety into the future.

Organization, Pilot Unions, and Government Agencies Recommend and Most Advocate for a Required Smoke Displacement System.

EVAS is certified on the following type of aircraft:
  • Boeing
  • Airbus
  • Gulfstream
  • Embraer
  • Bombardier
  • Dassault
  • and more OEMs.

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Pilot Unions such as CAPA and ALPA, Congressmen, Senators, and more have openly supported the use of Smoke displacement technology to aid in blinding smoke events on aircraft.

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The FAA released an INFO report indicating that on average over 900 declared emergencies leading to diversions due to smoke or fumes on aircraft happen each year….in the U.S alone.

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Currently, AC 120-SRACC contains references to smoke displacement and the need to ensure pilots can maintain visibility on the flight deck “to guide airlines in prevention and preparedness in the event of a flight deck smoke emergency.”

Under the Risk Control section of this document, paragraph 11.2.6 reads:

11.2.6 In the event that the other controls and mitigations listed above have not been effective, the crew may experience smoke in the flight deck that reduces visibility (protective breathing equipment is already required but does not necessarily provide visibility). There are means to displace smoke physically in order to make the flight critical instruments and electronic systems visible in the event of significant loss of visibility in the flight deck. To be most effective, a manufacturer should align any vision augmentation system with the capability and duration of the protective breathing system.

We hope that air carriers the world over do all they can to quickly address the critical safety issue that is at the core of safe flight - a pilot being able to see in order to fly.

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