Simlat, General Dynamics form UAS partnership
Simlat Ltd. today announced the establishment of a partnership with General Dynamics Information Technology, a leading IT and training service provider. Through the partnership, Simlat will offer its cutting-edge UAS training & simulation systems, which support various platforms and payloads and have been implemented in more than 20 countries across the globe.
General Dynamics Information Technology has certified more than 6,000 US Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps service members to operate unmanned systems through over 1,000,000 hours of training. The companies will jointly display the Simlat ISR Multi-Purpose Advanced Classroom Trainer (IMPACT) at AUVSI North America 2011 in Washington D.C. from August 16th to August 19th.
"Simlat is proud to collaborate with such an esteemed business partner as General Dynamics IT," says Avigdor Berlin, Head of U.S Business Development at Simlat. "We have recently expanded our activity in the U.S, and now offer our comprehensive UAS training & simulation solutions to this leading U.S organization. Simlat's generic, customized, or integrated training systems complement General Dynamics Information Technology's extensive experience in unmanned training to truly provide customers with an unmatched training solution."
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