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									Contact: Lisa Sasse           545 Island Road
EVAS™Worldwide
Phone 201 995 9571
                              Ramsey, NJ 07446
                              www.evasworldwide.com          EVAS™Worldwide
Fax 201 995 9504




 Press Release
EVAS™ Smoke protection to be standard on the new
Gulfstream 650. This will be the 1st Aircraft Certified with EVAS™
Smoke Protection Standard and 1st to Meet FAA Recommended
Standards for Cockpit Smoke.
The new Gulfstream-650 due in 2012 has “designed in” vision technology that allows pilots to
see in dense smoke. No other aircraft offers smoke protection as standard equipment.

    Savannah, GA & Ramsey, NJ - 2 June 2008: EVAS™ Worldwide announced today, that the
Gulfstream G650, due to enter service in the second half of 2012, will have the Emergency Vision
Assurance System (EVAS™) as standard equipment. EVAS™ allows pilots to see in continuous dense
smoke. With EVAS™ protection included as standard equipment, the G-650 will be the first factory
delivered aircraft to meet FAA recommended standards for cockpit smoke. Until now aircraft
manufacturers have chosen the minimum standard over the FAA’s recommended standard. FAR part
25 advisory materials recommended that aircraft be built with systems to address continuous smoke. In
fact, the FAA’s own aircraft were retrofitted with the EVAS™ system in order to raise them up to
recommended standards. Additionally, more than 3000 EVAS™ systems have been delivered.
    “Finally after more than 15 years since the FAA recommended smoke protection – Gulfstream will
make it standard” commented EVAS™ COO, Jonathan Parker.
    The Emergency Vision Assurance System is the only cockpit smoke protection system that is
certified to effectively defend against heavy and continuous smoke emergencies in the cockpit.
EVAS™ is certified for use in dozens of aircraft types by FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, and China’s
CAAC.
    The FlightSafety Foundation ranks these type emergencies as the third highest cause of fatalities.
Smoke of unknown origin is also the #1 cause of diversions for ETOPS flights. The Air Line Pilots
Association in-flight fire project report concluded that there were more than 1,100 in-flight smoke and
fire incidents in a 10-month period, causing 360 emergency unscheduled landings, due to smoke,
fumes, or fire on board aircraft. The numbers of smoke related emergencies aboard aircraft have
continued to rise, numbering between 3 & 4 emergency diversions and landings a day within North
America alone.
    EVAS™ is manufactured by the VisionSafe Corporation and is sold by EVAS™Worldwide,
Ramsey, New Jersey. For more information contact Lisa Sasse, EVAS™Worldwide 201-995-9571 or
visit them on the web at www.EVAS™Worldwide.com.

								
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