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Driver Enhanced
Vision System

Helps Drivers Navigate the Airfield Safely in Low Visibility


For ARFF & Airfield Vehicles

EagleEye™ Driver Enhanced Vision System (DEVS) provides rescue crews with essential information and situational awareness during challenging low and no visibility conditions. With its innovative combination of a moving map display and an optional infrared thermal imager, the EagleEye™ DEVS system empowers rescue teams to navigate safely to the scene of an accident, whether it's on or off the airfield.

Not limited to rescue operations alone, the EagleEye™ DEVS system can be easily installed in a range of critical airfield assets such as snowplows and "Follow Me" vehicles. This versatility ensures that these essential vehicles can navigate safely and efficiently, even in limited visibility situations. By equipping these assets with the EagleEye™ DEVS, airports and airfields can enhance their overall operational safety and maintain seamless functionality even during adverse weather conditions.

The Eagle Eye™ DEV’s solution meets or exceeds all requirements for FAA AC 150/5210-19A Driver Enhanced Vision System (DEVS) and AC 150/5210-25 Runway Incursion Warning System (RIWS).  The annual Support and Entitlements subscription includes the following to ensure 24/7 access to support, spares, software upgrades and CAD updates needed to keep your Eagle Eye™ solution up to date and always in compliance.

Moving Map Display

By integrating a moving map display, this advanced system offers real-time visual guidance, helping crews effectively plan their routes and make informed decisions on the go. 

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Enhanced Visibility

Additionally, the optional infrared thermal imager provides invaluable assistance by enhancing visibility and enabling detection of heat signatures, even in the darkest conditions.

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Versatile Installation

Can be integrated into various airfield assets, including snowplows and "Follow Me" vehicles, expanding the system's applicability and effectiveness.


Improved Situational Awareness

Empowers rescue crews and airfield personnel with critical information to make informed decisions and respond effectively to accidents and emergencies.

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Navigate Safely in Low Visibility

  • 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

  • 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

FAA AC 150/5210-19A states in Section 6 d. Equipment Repair. “The manufacturer must maintain an inventory of spare components to ensure that any failure can be repaired within a maximum of 10 calendar days.” Eagle maintains an inventory of spares for all DEVs systems with hardware procured from Team Eagle with a current support and entitlements subscription.  If an issued is determined to be hardware related, Eagle will send you a replacement unit within 48 hours preloaded with the GIS CAD imagery on file. It will be available until your unit is repaired or replaced (up to 60 days usage).  Units outside of 1-year manufacturer’s warranty are repaired/replaced at Customer’s expense.  Customer is responsible to remove faulty hardware and install loaner / replacement. 

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