MHM Publishing, publisher of Vertical, Vertical 911 and Canadian Skies magazines, is pleased to announce that it has joined the 2012 NightCon Conference as a media sponsor.
Scheduled for Sept. 20 and 21 in Dallas, Texas, the second annual NightCon aims to bring together the night vision industrys top decision-makers, educators and equipment providers to provide operators with the latest information about night vision imaging systems/night vision goggles (NVIS/NVG). The interactive two-day conference will feature an open session, panel forums, vendor displays and educational presentations on topics including NVIS maintenance, NVG operations and enhanced visual systems (EVS).
Were excited to help sponsor this important event, said MHM Publishing co-owner Mike Reyno. Night vision imaging systems can offer tremendous safety benefits to helicopter and fixed-wing operators, but knowing how to use and maintain them correctly is essential. NightCon is an ideal way to share the latest safety-critical information with end users.
NightCon is presented by the Rotorcraft Pro Media Network in cooperation with event co-producers Night Flight Concepts and Aviation Specialties Unlimited. For more information about the event, visit www.nightcon.com, or call Lyn Burks of Rotorcraft Pro at 877-768-5550 ext. 1.
About MHM Publishing
MHM Publishing is a family-run publishing firm employing a core 14-person staff, with nearly three dozen contracted, regular contributors. With a focus on aviation magazine titles, MHM publishes Vertical magazine for the North American civil helicopter market, Vertical 911 for the parapublic helicopter industry, and Canadian Skies for the Canadian aviation market.
The MHM family of aviation magazines, along with the as-it-happens exclusive online coverage provided on the Vertical and Canadian Skies websites, remains committed to delivering current and relevant stories from the front lines of the aviation industry. From timely news and key insights, to stunning photography and unique stories, MHMs team of contributing editors travel the world to bring readers the stories that affect their operations.