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VIH Aerospace, a leading provider of helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services; announces it has completed installations of three supplemental type certified night vision systems for Helijet International, Incorporated.
Danny Sitnam, president-CEO at Helijet, explains that VIH Aerospace and its development partner, Rebtech Technologies were selected to perform the night vision installations for Helijet’s S-76C+ helicopters because of the level of confidence his team has in the reputation and depth of NVIS knowledge and expertise held by VIHA and Rebtech, as partners in designing and performing these upgrades.
VIH Aerospace and Rebtech are recognized leaders in the development and integration of NVIS systems for a wide variety of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft operating in emergency medical services, defense, and various other sectors.
The S76C+ night vision system lighting upgrade was managed and performed by the VIH Aerospace avionics team, in collaboration with Rebtech and Night Flight Concepts. The detailed project included analysis of the existing lighting configuration to determine upgrade requirements, and the subsequent design and installation of the night vision systems.
Helijet’s three Sikorsky S-76C+ helicopters are dedicated to supporting the British Columbia Emergency Health Service’s BC Ambulance Service.