Night Flight Concepts to showcase solutions at AMTC
Oct. 17, 2011, St. Louis, Mo. - At this year’s Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC), Night Flight Concepts is pleased to announce it will showcase innovative night vision goggle solutions that enhance pilot and crewmembers safety and performance in Emergency Medical Services to ensure mission success.
Night Flight Concepts delivers a wide range of products and services that help rotary and fixed wing EMS and SAR organizations address critical night vision goggle (NVG) requirements. As Adam Aldous, President of Night Flight Concepts noted, “Our cutting-edge night vision training products, training courses and maintenance services meet our customers’ needs providing innovative, more effective and efficient ways to train, implement and maintain night vision competency. Ultimately this enhances our capacity to help our clients improve operations and achieve mission objectives.”
Air Medical Crewmembers Train with NVIOTM Night Vision Goggle (NVG) CBT
Night Flight Concepts will feature NVIOTM Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Computer-Based Training (CBT), the innovative night vision training product that leverages advanced simulation and synthetic environments to provide a flexible, self-paced e-learning option for night vision training and maintenance support. In providing an effective, efficient and affordable new way to augment existing night vision programs, NVIO is used by organizations like REACH Air Medical Services to help optimize operations.
Vicky Spediacci, Director of Operations for REACH commented on NVIO: “We have been extremely impressed with the entire NVIO computer-based training program for Night Vision Goggle training.” Spediacci explains. “At REACH, we feel that this training provides us with high-quality course content, ability for self-paced learning, along with unbelievable graphics. This computer-based training system allows for much more operational flexibility with our training program without sacrificing content. The course content clearly meets, and exceeds, all FAA regulatory requirements.”