Simlat to deliver UAS training system to CASR
Simlat has revealed that it has recently been awarded a contract to provide a highly advanced UAS training system to Saint Louis University’s Centre for Aviation Safety Research (CASR). The company made the announcement 20 June 2012.
Under the contract, Simlat will supply its full-crew trainer, the C-STAR, which includes high-fidelity flight simulation for pilot training, as well as realistic and diverse mission simulation for payload operator training.
According to the company, the C-STAR includes advanced scenario generation tools incorporating Hartech's SSG, and its configuration enables both generic and platform-specific training, customized to the Williams Aerospace Taurus UAS.
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