Simlat awarded contract to provide MultiPurpose Simulator for UVision Global Aero Systems

February 12, 2012

Simlat was recently awarded a contract to provide UVision Global Aero Systems with a highly advanced simulator for training & testing, including built-in, external, and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HWIL) simulation, all customized to UVision’s cutting-edge unmanned aerial platforms.

 

Herzliya, Israel, Feb 12, 2012 – Simlat announces a recently awarded contract for an advanced simulator for UVision. This multi-purpose system is intended to serve for both training and testing, with a strong emphasis on high-fidelity platform simulation.

 

“We are very pleased with the recent addition of Simlat’s simulation capabilities to UVision’s Battle Lab facility, allowing us to provide comprehensive, customized training solutions to our customers, and enhance our HWIL testing at the same time,” says Shlomo Hakim, Chief System Engineer at UVision.

 

“UVision’s innovative and unique UAS design has created an intriguing simulation challenge for Simlat,” says Roy Peshin, Simlat CTO. “Thanks to the robustness of our rapid customization and integration procedure, the first block of this cutting-edge system has been delivered within a few weeks.”

 

About Simlat-UAS Training:

 

Simlat Ltd.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.

 

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

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