AD Aerospace, part of the AD Group, will be exhibiting its aircraft video systems for safety and security at the MAKS 2011 exhibition in Moscow this August alongside United Interiors International, its agents for Russia, the CIS and Baltic States, in hall 3, stand number B29.
“This region is extremely important for AD Aerospace, as airlines here take the safety of their passengers and crew very seriously so are very open to the use of video systems to increase on board security.” said Mike Horne, managing director of AD Aerospace. “The region is also growing very strongly with a resurgent aircraft manufacturing sector and a large number of young dynamic airlines.”
AD Aerospace’s FlightVu Video Systems offer airlines and airframers the most efficient and cost effective way of increasing safety and security throughout an aircraft. Examples of where video can be used to increase security include cockpit access, baggage / cargo security, passenger cabin surveillance, in case of air rage, and perimeter security for parked aircraft. FlightVu equipment is STC’d across a wide range of commercial airliners and is available as production options on Boeing, Bombardier, Eurocopter, COMAC and AVIC aircraft.
The International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2011 is a leading international air show demonstrating Russian technology and providing the ideal opportunity for international companies to do business. Aircraft and aerospace products from all over the world are displayed along with experimental systems and prototypes which cannot be shown outside of Russia.