Simlat provides high-fidelity simulation for UAS based maritime application

July 10, 2017

Simlat's maritime simulation module adding fidelity to UAS applications at sea, including Search & Rescue, Security, Anti-Piracy and more

 

July 10th, 2017. Simlat, a leading provider of training and simulation systems for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), delivers a high-fidelity maritime simulation to existing and new customers.

 

The new maritime simulation module includes an enhanced dynamic wave model, taking into account the sea state and the weather conditions, as well as the charecteristics of simulated vessels, such as length, weight, drought and center of mass.

 

In addition, the improved visuals support applications like Search & Rescue, Security, Marine Life Exploration, Immigration and Piracy surveillance.

 

Yoni Bar On, Vice President of Products at Simlat, said, "The enhanced maritime module is an optimal addition to Simlat’s training systems for those who train on applications at sea because it encompasses a wide variety of applications ranging from search & rescue to offshore."

 

About Simlat UAS Training

 

Simlat is a leading provider of next generation training systems for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). Simlat’s turnkey solutions enable training for any Platform, Payload and Mission, in various configurations supporting Commercial, Civil or Military applications. Simlat's systems are available as stand-alone or integrated to autopilots, control stations and exploitation software.

Simlat supports over 100 UAS programs & training centers in 30 countries.

 

Frost & Sullivan has recognized Simlat for the best UAS simulation product line in 2016.

 

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

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