I/ITSEC 2016: EDM Will Test Pilot Skills in Orlando

G-SEAT and Mach Loop Will Challenge Delegates

Simulator manufacturer EDM will be run a competition to test pilot skills at I/ITSEC next week, integrating its high-fidelity G-SEAT with a high-definition visual system incorporating the Mach Loop – a unique flying range in Wales used by British and allied air forces for training low level high speed flying skills.

Developed in collaboration with Immersive Display Solutions, the visual display system has been integrated with a Barco F50 projection system and IMMERSAVIEW software to warp the image onto a domed surface.

Mick Bonney, EDM’s Director of Sales and Business Development, said: “The Mach Loop is a significant test of a pilot’s flying skills and we hope delegates will enjoy this fun competition on our G-SEAT. This is the second time we’ve run the Mach Loop Challenge at I/ITSEC and we’re expecting an even bigger response this time.”

Publish date

11/23/2016

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