Simlat Announces Official Release of its 2nd Gen UAV Training System
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Simlat Announces Official Release of its 2nd Gen UAV Training System

(Israel, November 6, 2008) -- Simlat has announced the official release of its second generation UAV training system.

Simlat's second generation UAV training system is based on the ST1 technology, which serves as the core infrastructure of Simlat's line of training and simulation products.


This training system can be used for simulation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/Systems (UAV/UAS) and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions. The system provides high fidelity mission simulation capabilities for entry-level and experienced trainees by determining and planning the relevant scenarios for the specific trainee. ST1 technology is designed to provide the user with maximum flexibility in system deployment by ensuring interoperability, mobility, flexibility, and scalability.

The second generation system was developed based on lessons learned and feedback from users of the first generation system in the last three years. The system consists of a more comprehensive package, including terrain databases, target models library, documentation and training manuals, coupled with an improved user interface and sensor fidelity.

Simlat has confirmed that several second generation systems were already delivered to current and new customers this month and that Simlat's training simulators are already in use by more than 12 high end government and commercial users in 9 countries around the world.

"The release of the new generation of systems supports our goal to continue and generate the most effective and efficient mission training solutions for every type of UAV platform, payload, or mission. Our system enables UAV users to optimize their skills and proficiency and provides them with an advantage, while performing their respective mission objectives", said Moshe Ortasse, Chairman of Simlat.

Source : Simlat Ltd.

Published on ASDNews: Nov 10, 2008

 

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