Introducing the Vita Rescue System
BROOMFIELD, Colo., May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Vita Inclinata Technologies, which stabilizes loads and stops spin with the touch of a button, today launched the Vita Rescue System: its innovative, Army-tested litter stabilization system, now 60% lighter, and configurable for any current or future vertical lift rescue kit, including Stokes litter, SKEDCO, Rescue Bag, and more.
Vita's Stokes Litter configuration, formerly known as the Load Stability System-Litter Attachment (LSS-LA), received Army Airworthiness Release in November 2020 and is now expected to have full Airworthiness Release for some other configurations by November 2021.
"From an operational perspective, being able to execute hoists at full operational speed with no swing, no spin, and no taglines… that changes the rescue dynamic forever," said Bryce Anderson, VP of Army Programs for Vita and former PD MEDEVAC. "This brings rescue units speed, precision, and safety that we've never had before, no matter which rescue kit we use."
"Overwhelmingly, we heard that everyone loved the stabilization and precision control of our technology... but that not everyone has a Stokes litter, so could we please make other versions? We've now created a whole new customizable system, including our new stabilized Hoist Rescue for those of you running rescue ops on just the hook—which we'll start showing this Fall. Stay tuned," he added.
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