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Aero India 2019: Indian-Slovakian JV in military simulation
Bangalore-based Axiscades, with Slovakian company Virtual Reality Media (VRM), have announced a collaborative effort focused on the latter company’s Level D full flight simulators at Aero India 2019.
The Indian company will, under the terms of this agreement, undertake a majority of the design and production of the VRM simulator, and will be the partner to supply subsystems for future civil and military simulator programmes.
According to a press release, the JV will involve the supply and integration of the 6 degree-of-freedom electric motion system, the collimated display system and database modelling of designated buildings/airfields.
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