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DSEI 2021: Inzpire unveils new simulators

8th September 2021 - 06:00 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Holsworthy

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Inzpire sees virtual simulation as a significant boost to training. (Photo: Inzpire)

Inzpire's Mission Training Devices Division has added three new simulators that are due to be unveiled at this year's DSEI event.

The Mission Training Devices Division of Lincoln, UK-based Inzpire Ltd will be unveiling three new simulator systems at DSEI 2021 that address UAS, JTAC and rotary-wing training requirements.

The first is the Compact Agile Simulator Equipment (CASE) ISR/UAS, which is a deployable UAS simulator that has been designed to provide training for the pilot and sensor operator at the point of need.

CASE ISR/UAS can also integrate training for mission intelligence coordinators and can simulate a range of weapon and sensor payloads.

Based on Presagis’ UAV CRAFT software, the training device can represent generic fixed- or rotary-wing platforms. The system

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After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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