Simlat to Provide Saint Louis University with Turnkey UAS Training System

June 12, 2012

Simlat was recently awarded contract to provide Saint Louis University with a full-crew UAS Trainer, the C-STAR, including generic as well as customized simulation to Williams Aerospace’s Taurus UAS.

 

Herzliya, Israel, June 20th , 2012 – Simlat announces a recently awarded contract to provide a highly advanced UAS training system to Saint Louis University’s Center for Aviation Safety Research (CASR). Simlat’s full-crew trainer, the C-STAR, includes high-fidelity flight simulation for pilot training, as well as realistic and diverse mission simulation for payload operator training. The C-STAR includes advanced scenario generation tools incorporating Hartech's SSG. The C-STAR’s configuration enables both generic and platform-specific training, customized to the Williams Aerospace Taurus UAS.

 Images taken from the C-STAR training system at SLU

 

“We are excited to take part in Saint Louis University’s cutting-edge training and research programs that contribute to aviation safety” Says Yuval Peshin, Simlat President.

 

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

 

Contact:

Ms. Nira Streifler Product Manager Simlat Ltd.

Tel: +972-9-9517675 (Office)

nira.streifler@simlat.com

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