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Frasca Develops New Helicopter Training Device


Frasca International, the simulator manufacturer known for its high-fidelity helicopter FFS and FTD products, has developed a New Helicopter Training Device (the FRASCA HTD) in response to customer demand for an entry-level helicopter training device. The new product was developed specifically for helicopter air training ambulance providers, airborne law enforcement, introductory turbine transition training and ab-initio flight schools wanting a lower price point product that still delivers an impressive list of features.


The HTD comes standard with one aircraft configuration (B206, B407, R44, AS350 or MD500), either G500H or analog instrument panel, Garmin GTN 650, Frasca’s Helicopter Mission Training Database, single channel visual system, Simplicity™ touch-screen instructor station and more. Options include additional aircraft kits, Garmin GTN750, simulated HeliSAS, a 3-channel visual display, trailer for mobility or self-contained facility and custom databases. Frasca designed the HTD for IIMC – inadvertent IMC encounters as well as operational and procedural training. The HTD was engineered using aerodynamic technology filtered down from the full flight simulators and flight training devices Frasca is known for, with the goal of providing training value with a no-nonsense approach. The launch customer for the HTD is Air Evac Lifeteam, which has purchased seven units


for various


locations. The FRASCA HTD will be on display during AMTC in Fort Worth, Texas.


Garmin® Brings Unique Style and


Increased Functionality with the Next- Generation D2™ Charlie Aviator Watch


Garmin International Inc. recently


announced the D2 Charlie aviator watch, an elegant and functional timepiece that boasts global navigation information, rich and colorful moving maps and a host of connectivity options. Designed with pilots, aviation enthusiasts, and aspiring pilots in mind, the D2 Charlie aviator watch features real-time


worldwide weather


radar, as well as airport information that includes frequencies, runway information, weather data and more. Garmin Elevate™ wrist heart rate technology also allows customers to measure heart rate 24/7


alongside daily activity tracking. Whether climbing into the cockpit, playing a round of golf or in the boardroom, using the new QuickFit™ bands pilots can easily switch between the stylish titanium or leather bands to a sporty silicone band in seconds to suit style preference.


“As a longtime leader in GPS-enabled wearables, Garmin continues to transform the aviator watch market with a unique feature set that spectrum of


aviation enthusiasts and


pilots alike,” said Carl Wolf, Garmin vice president of aviation sales and marketing. “From pre-flight to post-flight, the D2 Charlie is one of the most versatile aviator watches that combines exclusive feature and design qualities from our


popular


Fenix 5 multisport watch series, alongside exclusive aviation functions to deliver the most sophisticated and connected aviator watch on the market today.”


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