This month’s highlights include:
Staking a claim in China – airframe manufacturers, avionics suppliers and crew trainers are all looking to exploit the opportunities that the Chinese civilian rotorcraft market presents. We look at the deals being done and who is currently winning the race to meet the ever-growing need for SAR, HEMS and police aviation in mainland China.
Simulation and training developments – Dr Joetey Attariwala spoke to the world’s leading developers of simulation technology to discover what challenges are being faced by the industry, and how they are evolving to meet the needs of civilian and military SAR and HEMS operators around the world.
Paris Air Show – a rundown of the announcements made by airborne special missions suppliers at the recent event at Le Bourget Airport.
We’ve also got insights from former Canadian SAR Tech Caleb Carr, who is now President and CEO of Vita Inclinata Technologies, and Charley Shimanski, President of the Air Rescue Commission for the International Commission for Alpine Rescue.
Last but not least, we interview Nicole Kunter-Hudson, CEO of Air Ambulance Technology, about celebrating a quarter of a century in the air medical interiors business.