With its sale of the first MULTIBASE system to Spectrum Aeromed, AUTOFLUG has successfully entered the market with its crash-proof, modular pallet solution. Combined with the purchase of four pallets for use in C130 by an unnamed end customer, further equipment intended for use on the pallets was also procured. An essential component of the configurations being aimed at is the PTU developed by Spectrum Aeromed, an ideal complement to the potential of the MULTIBASE.

The pallet solution AUTOFLUG MULTIBASE is a modular concept for making cargo planes and helicopters ready for take-off more quickly. For this, the individual pallets are already completely equipped on the ground and thus only have to be brought into the cargo area once the plane has arrived. Whereas previously several days were needed to change the set-up on larger transport aircraft, putting the pallets in only takes a few hours at the most. Because the factor of time plays a central role, especially in critical missions such as e.g. in medevac deployments, the MULTIBASE system provides decisive advantages here. Furthermore, pallets can be prepared for different purposes, substantially increasing the multi-role capabilities of the aircraft used. At this year’s International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA) in Berlin, from 22 – 26 June, AUTOFLUG will be presenting the MULTIBASE solution in many configurations in a separate tent on the open-air area (Static S3-100), directly under the wing of the A400M. In addition, it will for the first time be possible to see a MULTIBASE in original size in many conceivable application-specific variants (Hall 4 – Booth 252) using AR glasses.

“Modularity and flexible configuration were the decisive criteria for our customer in choosing the MULTIBASE. For more than 30 years, Spectrum Aeromed has been developing ambulance equipment for aviation. We are very proud to have found a first-class partner in AUTOFLUG, who understand how to implement our individual customer requirements in the best possible way. Spectrum Aeromed is the proud first customer of an innovative family of products which is currently needed more than ever”, says Thomas Redder VP International Sales Spectrum Aeromed.

“With Spectrum Aeromed, we are happy to have gained a first customer who, like us, has an excellent knowledge of the market and together with us has found an optimal solution for their end customers”. Alexander Bode, SVP Marketing and Sales of AUTOFLUG also stated that further orders for the pallet solutions are expected within the year. He added that intensive talks were already being conducted with further potential users.

About Spectrum Aeromed
Spectrum Aeromed is a leading global designer and manufacturer of custom air medical and air ambulance equipment for fixed and rotor-wing aircraft. Spectrum Aeromed’s modular and custom-built air medical equipment is used by all segments of the aviation industry, including charter services, private/VIP operators, royal families, emergency medical services (EMS) and search and rescue (SAR) operations, hospitals and corporations, as well as domestic and international military and government entities. The company is qualified to produce specialized life support solutions for air, ground, and marine support applications. Spectrum Aeromed holds more than 90 Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) covering more than 450 models of aircraft. Spectrum Aeromed is headquartered in Fargo, ND with a 17,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.

About AUTOFLUG
THINKING SAFETY – AUTOFLUG is true to this motto. A medium-sized family firm now in the third generation, AUTOFLUG has been a leading provider of products and services since the early days of aviation, specially focusing on rescuing people and ensuring their safety. As a globally recognized supplier and service partner of the international aviation industry and for defense technology, the company with approximately 250 employees develops, produces and services a wide range of textile, mechanical and electronic components and systems, among others. AUTOFLUG, based in Rellingen (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany), has decades of experience and expertise in the areas of rescue and safety, ergonomics, textiles, mechanical systems, precision engineering, electronics, software as well as measurement and control technology.

The AUTOFLUG range of products and services comprises:
• Cabin solutions for helicopters, transport aircraft and land vehicles with a key topic of safety seat systems
• Fuel measuring and control systems as well as auxiliary fuel tank systems for aircraft and land vehicles
• Maintenance and repair of Martin-Baker ejection seats for the
• German Air Force
• Harnesses and restraint systems for aircraft and land vehicles
• Protective equipment for pilots, such as NBC and anti-G suits
• Personal survival packs (PSPs)
• Rescue parachutes, brake parachutes and recovery parachute systems
• Technical / logistical support: Technical logistics, technical documentation, training solutions, obsolescence management

AUTOFLUG GmbH
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www.autoflug.de

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