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Not only is ASU adding infrastructure and staff, they are also adding new products. ASU introduced the Ecliptus, a GoPro ® with night vision and remote recording abilities that can be used by both aerial and ground- based operations. ASU also created the OWLS, a night vision gimbal that can be affixed to light aircraft and drones. Today, ASU has numerous other products currently in testing that will debut later in 2018 or early 2019. “ASU is positioned to help operators around the world. Our mission of safety is no longer just our mission — it is a worldwide endeavor. This year we have conducted meetings all over the world and in the com- ing months we will meet with key leaders in Europe for a series of discussions. We look forward to advancing the mission that our founders endeavored to create. This will not only carry ASU into the future, but will advance the entire aviation industry,” said Winkel. AJAC-NW_AerospaceMag4.75X4.75ad_03-2018.indd 1 4632 W Aeronca Street Boise, Idaho 83705 Phone: (208) 426-8117 4/2/18 3:49 PM JUNE | JULY 2018 ISSUE NO. 3 25