I/ITSEC 2023: CAE unveils US Air Force digital F-16 cockpit
SCARS, a centralised enterprise solution which establishes a common open-systems architecture for US Air Force (USAF) simulators, platforms and the Joint Synthetic Environment, will enable all USAF simulators to leverage common applications, swiftly update and maintain evergreen modelling and simulation capabilities, and offer enhanced cyber resilience.
CAE USA has been the prime contractor on the USAF’s SCARS programme which has been established to integrate and standardize the service’s aircraft training simulators. The effort, currently in its fourth year,
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