“The slim, lightweight and narrow design is excellently suited to the kind of technical task we are continually addressing,” said Andrea Girolin, manager and CEO of AMS Heli Design LLC., based in Denison, Texas, in a statement explaining why he has decided to purchase new safety seats from Autoflug.
The cooperation agreement signed at the HAI Heli-Expo in Atlanta covers a term of six years, for the time being, and also includes joint approvals (STCs) for different helicopter models of the manufacturer Leonardo.
Left to right: Bjoern Kanstorf, Alexander Bode, Michael Paschold from Autoflug, and
Andrea Girolin, manager and CEO of AMS Heli Design LLC. Autoflug Photo
AMS Heli Design, LLC has announced the receipt of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) supplementary type certificate (STC) for a new lightweight, quickly removable emergency medical services advanced life support system (ALSS) interior for Leonardo AW119 and AW109 helicopters.
Andrea Girolin, chief executive officer for AMS Heli Design, said the ALSS interior has been developed with doctors’, nurses’, and paramedics’ feedback and with the new technology by extensive use of composites and advanced materials, and it can be removed in less than 10 minutes for cleaning and quick change purposes.
AMS Heli Design, LLC has announced a revolutionary concept for helicopter shipping that will allow shipment of helicopters in standard 40-foot containers with the tailboom installed, providing incredible savings in shipping costs.
“When we had to deliver two AW119Kx EMS to South Africa, we conceived the idea and developed a mobile shipping platform with an integrated lifting device which allows shipping in a standard 40ft container with tailboom installed in order to save time and money,” said Andrea Girolin, CEO of AMS Heli Design. “The outcome was impressive for the easy operational use and for the shipment itself that becomes much easier. Furthermore, time saving is massive and there are no disassembly/reassembly tools required.”
AMS Heli Design, LLC has announced the delivery of two Leonardo AW119Kx helicopters outfitted with the AMS Heli Design lightweight EMS interior to South African Red Cross Air Mercy Service (SARCAMS).
The helicopters, formerly operated by REACH Helicopter, have been retrofitted with AMS Heli Design’s new lightweight EMS interior at the company’s hangar facility in Denison, Texas, and included a number of additional services such as structural repairs from the removed interiors, periodic maintenance, disassembly for overseas transport, and containerized delivery.
AMS Heli Design, LLC has announced a revolutionary concept for neonatal air transport, the Neonatal Transport Deck.
The deck is made entirely of carbon fibre materials, allowing it to weigh only 26 pounds. The system can accommodate any type of isolette thanks to adapting mounts and incorporates five equipment rails that allow safe transportation of medical equipment and a unique versatility.
The system also incorporates six retractable handles which can be opened either 90 or 180 degrees — making the deck movement and transport both easy and safe.
South African Red Cross Air Mercy Service (SARCAMS) has received two Leonardo AW119Kx helicopters from AMS Heli Design, which the Texas, US-based company has outfitted with its AMS Heli Design lightweight EMS interior.
The aircraft were previously operated by REACH helicopters before being retrofitted by AMS Heli Design at the company’s hangar facility in Denison, Texas. As well as the outfitting, the company also carried out structural repairs from the removed interiors as well as periodic maintenance, disassembly for oversees transport, and containerized delivery.