Simlat selected for UAS training & simulation contract
Simlat has announced that it has been selected to provide a high fidelity UAS training system to an undisclosed Large Scale Synthetic Environment lab. Under the contract Simlat will provides its C-STAR (Full Crew Training System) simulator.
C-STAR includes the high fidelity simulation of UAS generic platforms and payloads, all in a high end 3D environment, including 3D terrain and modelled targets. The simulator is designed to provide training for UAS pilots and payload operators, and supports diverse training goals, from learning the basics to mission rehearsal and experimental operation.
According to the company, the focus on flexible architecture and scalable design also allows the training system to easily run collaborative training sessions via DIS/HLA standard protocols and technology.
Roy Peshin, Simlat CTO, said: ‘We are pleased to have Simlat's systems integrated in a cutting edge lab, involving manned/unmanned exercises. This emphasizes Simlat's interoperability, allowing the UAS training system to take part in a much wider and diverse context.’
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