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Frasca AS332 L1 FTD 2 FNPT III MCC FTD – customer: German Federal Police (Bundespolizei)


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The future looks bright


Frasca has been fortunate to avoid slowdowns because of the COVID-19 virus, Gawenda said. “We have actually seen our backlog increase and hired some additional teammates as a result,” he added. “We have had some requests for delayed delivery, but because of our company’s strength, we’ve been able to accommodate those changes and requests without any major difficulty, in order to support our customers while they sort through a very difficult period for many.”


Data, aerodynamics and visual systems are seeing marked improvements, John


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Frasca said. Gawenda sees the visual systems as the biggest recent technological change in the industry. By offering VFR and NVG, the sims can offer more realistic mission training.


Frasca now offers its “Connected Sim” that gives student pilots the ability to remotely access an array of flight training resources for loggable time. The platform connects to the Cloud so a variety of other services can be attached including scheduling, record keeping, billing, automated instruction, remote instruction and debriefing capabilities, John Frasca said.


Remote instruction through the Cloud with Frasca’s “Connected Sim” allows the instructor to control the simulation, monitor student performance and change the environment, John Frasca added. Later, an expert can analyze the recorded data to see if the student is ready to advance. The ultimate goal is to teach the computer to score pilots using data.


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