Newsletter #367 | News
Air Medical Resource Group Accepts Delivery of NVG Upgrade from Aero Dynamix
Aero Dynamix, Inc. (ADI) announce their selection by Air Medical Resources Group (AMRG) as Night Vision Systems provider for their EMS helicopters
Aero Dynamix, September 16, 2016 - Euless, TX - Aero Dynamix, Inc. (ADI) is very proud to announce their selection by Air Medical Resources Group (AMRG) as the preferred NVIS solution provider on their EMS rotorcraft.
"We are extremely pleased to be working with AMRG and to be a part of their known excellence and contributions in the EMS community" said ADI's Chief Operating Officer Tonka Hufford.
Currently, ADI has been awarded a contract to provide FAA approved NVG STC modifications for the fleet of AMRG’s new Airbus H125 aircraft of which five have been successfully completed on schedule thus far.
In addition to the current H125 effort, ADI is also working with AMRG on their new additions of H130 aircraft and providing a new STC for this configuration. The NVG modifications are comprised of a combination of internal lighting modifications to OEM equipment, replacement of illuminated panels and additions of NVG compatible overlays.
“AMRG operates a diverse fleet of aircraft and we look forward to the new partnership with Aero Dynamix. Aero Dynamix has continued to provide unsurpassed customer service and support along with providing the best NVIS solution in the marketplace,” said Nathan Word Vice President of Maintenance for Air Medical Resource Group.
About Aero Dynamix: Aero Dynamix Inc. is located in Euless, Texas and is the industry leader in NVG cockpit modifications as well as illuminated panel technology. Aero Dynamix currently holds 31 NVG cockpit Supplemental Type Certificates covering 37 aircraft models along with 5 EASA STC’s, JCAB, and ANAC validations. AS9100 & ISO 9001. MIL-DTL-7788 QPL qualified for Illuminated panels. www.aerodynamix.com.
About AMRG: Based in Salt Lake City, AMRG provides emergency care and air transport to patients requiring transport from rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas throughout the western and central U.S., as well as Puerto Rico and Hawaii.
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