We are improving the availability and performance of our customers' aircraft systems throughout their lifecycle.
We are also active in improving aircrew safety with the help of new personal flight equipment.
We continuously work in close cooperation with our customers in research and product development. Product development enables us to solve our customers’ challenges and build new capabilities. Together with the Finnish Defence Forces, we have developed several products to improve operational reliability, aviation safety and aircraft system performance. We have deep expertise in aviation systems as well as complete capability to design, manufacture and test military aviation equipment.
Our internationally commercialised products include the Insta Pilot’s Breath Air Monitor (IPBAM), a hypoxia early warning solution for aircrew. The Insta ANR, an active noise-reduction system.
Insta Pilot's Breath Air Monitor, IPBAM, was developed to save aircrew lives.
Insta Pilot's Breath Air Monitor is a hypoxia early warning system that reduces the risk of physiological events (PE's). IPBAM alerts the user in low oxygen or pressure conditions by haptic indication to the breathing mask and by visual indication on the IPBAM main unit.
Insta ANR reduce the risk of hearing damage, improve radio and intercom intelligibility and improve aircrew performance by reducing the effects of noise on focus and decision making.
December 12, 2019
The U.S. Air Force successfully tested Insta Pilot’s Breath Air Monitor, IPBAM, on F-16 aircraft this fall and has wrote an article about testing.
October 31, 2019
Leading aviation experts in Finland have established a globally unique partner alliance, AiRRhow, with the aim of making Finland a leader in aviation...
October 11, 2019
The SAFE Association arranges the annual SAFE Symposium at 14-16.10.2019, in Reno, Nevada in the United States of America. 57th annual SAFE Symposium...
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