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PRODUCTS - FLIGHT SIMULATION ELITE EVOLUTION S623 The new ELITE evo lu tion S623


heli copter train ing device has been cus tomized to the spe cific require ments enabling the sim ­ u la tion of a sin gle tur bine heli ­ copter based on the Euro copter AS350B. This advanced train ing device fea tures a four­channel exter nal visual sys tem and a fully enclosed heli copter cock pit with dual pilot instru ment pan ­ els and dual con trols. The S623


has been built to meet Aus tralian CASA cat e gory B FSD2 syn thetic trainer require ­ ments and has received FAA cer ti fi ca tion as an AATD for the max i mum allow able train ing cred its that can be awarded to a heli copter flight train ing device.


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FRASCA - EUROCOPTER EC-135 FTD


Frasca builds a complete range of flight training equip­ ment for Eurocopter rotary wing aircraft. Customers for the EC­ 135 Flight Training Device include the Finnish Aviation Academy, Era Helicopters and the German Bundespolizei.


Features and Options Include:


• TruVision Global visual system with 200° horizontal and 70° vertical fi eld of view, high resolution projectors and highly detailed database


• Simulated EFIS and VEMD displays • Flight test validation data and automated certifi cation testing (Frasca’s auto­ cert utility)


• Electric control loading and multi­channel sound simulation • NVG compatilibility available for cockpit and visual system • Blade Element Momentum Theory aerodynamic modeling techniques


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