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Technical Representation

Manufacturers of components improving aviation safety often do not know the inside of the industry. Because aviation is one of the most regulated and complex industries in the world, the intricacies of regulations, operator’s specifications, and laws can be overwhelming. Instead of this being a barrier to entry of a safety product have SOS help with the introductions, compliance and support around the world. Knowing the right people can make all the difference in having a new safety product accepted.

“We have worked with Safety Operating Systems for over 1 year and have enjoyed a great working relationship with principals John Cox and John Ransom. We had a new product designed for use in the aviation industry and we engaged SOS to help us navigate the complexities of both the regulatory entities as well as actual potential users. We have reached initial sales within that year and our progress could not have happened without the guidance and help from SOS. We found the organization to be indispensable to achieving our goals.”

 

—Michael Gilchrist, Highwater Innovations

 

“Working with Captain Cox and his team at Safety Operating Systems has been invaluable to Inflight Warning Systems. Our success in introducing a new safety technology to the industry wouldn’t have been possible without the experience and guidance provided by SOS. Their research and knowledge of the industry, as well as the introductions to key industry leaders was a primary factor is our success.Inflight Warning Systems, Inc. looks forward to working with John and his team at SOS as we grow in the future.”

 

Joseph Barclay, MRAeS
President – CEO
Inflight Warning Systems, Inc.