These qualified fixed and rotary wing restraint systems include two, three, four and five-point harnesses as well as inertia reels including the Mobile Aircrew Restraint System (MARS) and the MA-16 inertia reel system – the industry standard for pilot and co-pilot safety.
The recently developed Integrated Mobile Aircrew Restraint System (IMARS), which allows for greater range over the MARS system through the use of a “track and trolley” system. Continuously innovating, Cobham’s Pretensioning Aircrew Restraint System (PARS) exemplifies the next generation in occupant survivability. Providing maximum protection without sacrificing comfort, these restraints increase occupant survivability for pilots, co-pilots, troops, and gunners. These restraint systems can be found on many platforms in the world including H-1, H-60, CH-47, CH-53, V-22 Tiltrotor, OH-58, and Apache helicopters.