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Latest News From Nova

Nova Systems at AusRail Plus 2015

Nov 27, 2015

Our team of Rail specialists have had a productive time at AusRail Plus in Melbourne over the last week. Led by our Rail Business Development Lead, Iain MacDonald, and our local contacts Mark Bennet and Kristen Raby, the team showcased our Engineering Systems and Safety Assurance services, along with our key innovation tool FIRME, designed for remote workforce support on iphone or tablet

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GVH Aerospace Delivers EASA CVR/FDR STC for Dassault Falcon 20

Nov 1, 2015

GVH Aerospace successfully delivered a Cockpit Voice Recorder/Flight Data Recorder solution to a major special missions operator in the United Kingdom as an EASA STC. The STC allows the operator to retrofit their fleet of 15 Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft with CVR/FDR that exceeds the ANO Scale P and S5 requirements, and provides a means for flight data monitoring. GVH Aerospace provides solutions globally to our customers supporting aircraft avionics, cabin interior and special mission upgrades and modifications.

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PM Shows Support For Nova Systems

Oct 28, 2015

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has recently showed support to Nova Systems by recognising them as a very strong South Australian Defence and Innovation business led by CEO Jim Whalley.
Listen to the 891 ABC Adelaide Interview here

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GVH Aerospace Delivers Repeat Order of Aeromedical System

Oct 15, 2015

GVH Aerospace completes the delivery of a repeat order of our cutting-edge AeroStretcher aeromedical evacuation system to a major aeromedical provider in Australia. The AeroStretcher system is compatible with multiple fixed wing aircraft and helicopters, and fundamental to the improved patient transfer and EMS capability of our customers, whether it is a dedicated air ambulance or quick role-change conversions. Contact us for more details.

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GVH Aerospace Modified Isolation Pods Critical to Ebola Patient Transfer

Oct 15, 2015

GVH Aerospace’ modification of the isolation infectious diseases containment unit was mentioned in the recent Aeromedical Society of Australiasia annual conference in Darwin, Australia. The modified isolation containment units is crucial to enable patient transfer from road and air, from Africa back to Australia for care. Exercise Uplift was conducted by Queensland Health Department to test the process of transferring Ebola patient via air and road.

GVH Aerospace’ modified isolation containment units have been delivered to multiple healthcare services in Australia and New Zealand, and enables safe and effective retrieval of suspected Ebola patients via air and road transport means.

Photograph courtesy of Queensland Health Department

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