Simlat Showcases Disaster Control UAS Simulation at HLS Technologies Convention

July 14, 2011

Simlat Ltd. presented its latest developments in UAS training & simulation products for commercial applications, including hazardous waste plant Search & Rescue, at a recent HLS Technologies convention, held in Israel.

 

Herzliya, Israel, July 14, 2011 – Simlat Ltd. presented new solutions for commercial UAS training & simulation at an Israeli-held HLS technologies convention. Among the displayed systems was Simlat’s STAR (Stand-Alone) trainer, customized to train the operator observing a Hazardous Waste Plant, including recognizing residue effects, locating survivors, and providing real-time intelligence to first responders.

 

“Customizing Simlat’s training systems for commercial applications was a necessary step,” says Yoni Baron, Customer Support Manager. “The UAS training market is already recognizing the need for simulation systems to support HLS, environment and agriculture, natural disaster monitoring and many other predicted applications. Simlat is constantly developing new solutions to meet these requirements.”

 

About Simlat-UAS Training:

 

Simlat Ltd., an Israeli-based company located in Herzliya, Israel and Grand Forks, North Dakota, is a leading provider of next generation training solutions for unmanned vehicle systems and for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR). Based on extensive hand-on operational experience, Simlat is the right choice for training for every Platform, Payload and Mission. Simlat’s turnkey training solutions include SIGINT, EO/IR and SAR sensors in various operational configurations. Simlat's systems are available as stand-alone or embedded/integrated to legacy control stations, as well as generic or customized solutions, and are in service in over 20 countries. See Simlat at booth # 2439 at the AUVSI North America 2011.

 

To learn more about Simlat, please visit www.simlat.com

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