EagleEye™

EagleEye™

The EagleEye™ DEVS system combines a moving map display with an optional infrared thermal imager to give rescue crews the information and situational awareness they need to safely navigate to the site of an accident, either on or off the airfield in low and no visibility conditions.  EagleEye™ DEVS can also be installed in snow plows, “Follow Me” vehicles, and other airfield assets critical for having the capability to navigate safely and expeditiously in limited visibility.

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EagleEye™ DEVS is fully compliant with the FAA Advisory Circular 150/5210-19A and contains imbedded Runway Incursion Warning System (RIWS) logic compliant with the FAA Advisory Circular 150/5210-25.

Overview

The EagleEye™ DEVS system combines a moving map display with an infrared thermal imager to give rescue crews the information and situational awareness they need to safely navigate in low visibility conditions to the site of an accident on the airfield. Optional off airfield coverage is also available.  EagleEye™ DEVS can also be installed in snow plows, “Follow Me” vehicles, and other airfield assets critical for having the capability to navigate safely and expeditiously in limited visibility.  Additionally, a wireless data link allows vehicle crews and command center to exchange critical information in order to react to changing situations and save lives.

Moving Map Display

  • Large touch screen display
  • Dual screen or dual system option for vehicles operated with multiple personnel
  • Automatic display allows for hands off operation
  • Operator can zoom in and out, on maps, aerial photos and line drawings for safe navigation
  • GPS, DGPS, or WAAS GPS to determine vehicle position with five times the accuracy and ten times the update rate of a traditional GPS (accurate to +/-60 cm (2 feet))
  • Imbedded Runway Incursion Warning System (RIWS) logic to assist operators when approaching Runway Holding Markings, Runway Safety Areas, and ILS Critical Areas
  • Ability to create geographic zones to avoid areas of constructions and other obstacles
  • Several option display modes for operator’s viewing preference
  • Audible directions guide a driver without the need to look at the screen
  • Routes can be programmed into the system to avoid unsafe areas and for most efficient routing
  • Computer generated “Smart Routes” can guide the vehicle on hard surfaces

Command & Control

The EagleEye™ Command and Control data link operates with the latest wireless technology allowing high data rates and high-speed internet access. This allows for an easy interface with other emergency systems installed at your airfield. With this system, base stations or other vehicles can see each other’s locations in real-time. A digital white-boarding capability allows your fire chief to draw on the map and send out the rescue and fire-fighting plan with the push of a button.

In-Vehicle Document Storage and Retrieval

The EagleEye™ system is designed to retrieve any digital documents that you may require in-vehicle at the push of a button. Common documents include the schematic drawings of various aircraft to quickly identify fuel locations and puncture points, hazmat documents for identifying potential chemicals and standard operating procedures for handling these situations, CAD drawings for electrical, plumbing, gas lines, structures, and much more.

Infrared Thermal Imager

The Infrared Thermal Imager allows drivers to safely navigate in zero visibility and in nearly any weather conditions. The electronic image can be displayed on either the EagleEye™ DEVS display screen or on an optional heads-up display so that drivers do not have to take their eyes off the road to navigate. This visibility enhancement allows the driver to navigate safely, spot people and wreckage thus avoiding any obstacles en route to the accident.

Additional Features/Benefits

  • AIP funding eligible as per 150/5210-19A
  • Wide camera field of view reduces camera panning requirement on the move
  • Moving map display with vehicle location
  • Audible voice and on-screen warnings alert drivers to upcoming turns or existing obstacles (buildings, construction, edge of pavement)
  • Moving map image can be produced using aerial photos, topographical maps, drawings and any other imagery
  • Waypoints and crash site location can be placed on map for easier low visibility navigation
  • Windows-based operating system and full-featured computer allow display to be used for a multitude of other purposes within the vehicle (data look-up, scene Command & Control, etc.)
  • Wireless data link system with white boarding for emergency rescue planning
  • Improved automatic vehicle location tracking for situation commanders
  • High data transfer rates between vehicles and the command center allows quick passage of vital information
  • Full internet access from within the vehicle
  • Capability to add inspection modules for hydrants, fuel farm checks, Part 139, and more