AeroSimulators’ vision, driven by its employees’ experience in military and civilian operational and training organizations, is characterized by a holistic approach, ensuring that its simulators optimize multi-crew and Crew Resource Management training. The expanding use of synthetic training devices is driven by their inherent ability to maximize training efficiency in a wide variety of simulated environments and roles. This diverse range of operations requires the provision of training capabilities encompassing such missions as Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS), Search and Rescue (SAR) and Law Enforcement (LE), as well as Line Orientated Flight Training (LOFT). The interoperability and tight integration of AeroSimulators’ range of aircraft, mission and equipment simulators, together with the ability to integrate third-party mission training solutions is designed to satisfy our vision of a cost effective, holistic training solution in these varied missions.
While AeroSimulators' legacy flight simulation devices have predominantly revolved around certified procedural training devices, the Company has expanded its product portfolio to leverage its experience into the production of non-certified, lower cost Flight Mission Trainers (FMT). These devices are designed to effectively and realistically provide training to the differing skill sets found in a multi-crew, multi-mission environment. As all of our product lines can be physically integrated, networked or used as stand-alone devices, operators now have access to a more flexible, cost-effective and efficient training solution, bringing together aircraft, sensor, mapping, downlink and searchlight systems.
Simulators have been developed for the following aircraft:
- Bell 206/OH-58