Following an extensive reconfiguration and customizing, AeroBrigham has announced the recent Bell 407 delivery to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) that encompasses the city of Orlando, Florida. The work for the law enforcement equipment and avionics integration was performed at the AeroBrigham main facilities on the Decatur Municipal Airport just north of the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex.
Among the many features of the OCSO aircraft is the installation of a HeliSas autopilot, extensive Garmin avionics to include a Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (HTAWS), VisLink HDX 1100 Downlink System, L3 Harris MX10 Thermal Imaging Camera, TrakkaBeam A800 Searchlight, Spider Tracks X Aircraft Tracking and Flight Data Monitoring System, SHOTOVER ARS-700C Moving Map System and many other complements to improve safety and mission effectiveness. An extended instrument panel was installed to accommodate the sophisticated law enforcement and tactical equipment configuration. AeroBrigham also provided the custom interior appointments as well as a custom exterior paint scheme.
AeroBrigham provides complete maintenance, repair, overhaul, completion and reconfiguration services for both helicopters and airplanes at their main facilities in Decatur, Texas. The company will expand their capabilities in February 2023 when they add a 45,000 square foot hangar on the Decatur, Texas municipal airport. The current facility will be dedicated to fixed wing support, while the new facility will be utilized solely for helicopter support and will include modern aircraft paint capabilities. Additional information regarding AeroBrigham and their extensive capabilities can be found by visiting www.aerobrigham.com