Klatt Works and AMETEK Ameron sign partnership for SAVED masks


Press Release - Klatt Works and AMETEK Ameron
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Klatt Works, Inc., manufacturer of the ‘SAVED’ integrated augmented reality display inside a commercial aircraft crew oxygen mask, and AMETEK Ameron announced a new partnership to perform installation of SAVED into customer oxygen masks with full mask overhauls, or as OEM equipment.

The SAVED (Smoke Assured Vision Enhanced Display) system is a high-resolution display fully integrated into pilot and co-pilot emergency oxygen masks.  SAVED provides real-time imaging of the aircraft’s HUD and forward-looking cameras inside the oxygen mask.  This affords the crew the ability to fly, navigate, and land the aircraft even in extreme smoke emergencies.

AMETEK Ameron brings significant added value to the partnership with its extensive capabilities in the manufacture and overhaul of oxygen systems, large breadth of oxygen system experience, and excellent customer support with a worldwide network of service and support. SAVED provides a significant safety margin for freight carriers and will be extended in several versions for commercial carriers and business aircraft.  This partnership will allow the two companies to best support differentiated customer needs and markets.

Adam Brammer, Ameron divisional vice president and business manager, said, “We strongly believe that this partnership will provide the global customer base with a product that will hugely improve the safe operation of their aircraft. Ameron’s strong legacy of design, development, and manufacture of aviation safety products, as well as our high-class global service footprint, complements the capability and innovation that Klatt Works and the SAVED system provides.”

Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance and ANTAVIA AMETEK MRO have signed an extension to their multi-million-dollar aircraft component maintenance contract. For more than 20 years, Air France Industries has relied on ANTAVIA’s quality and service for the maintenance of their aircraft components. This renewal marks the continuity of a longstanding cooperation.

“We highly value the strategic partnership we have with the Air France Industries KLM E&M teams. It has not only been a pleasure working together over the years, but a real win-win combination. We have jointly developed programmes to keep costs under control while continuing to deliver the highest quality. We are deeply committed to providing the best service to them in the years to come. We look forward to strengthening further our robust communication and close working relationship which will support their future requirements through this extended agreement,” said Laurent Bouissou, managing director at ANTAVIA AMETEK MRO.

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