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Reiser Simulation and Training (RST) is recognized for the wide range of pilot and crew training opportunities their Level D Full Flight Simulators (FFS) provide.: flight training for operations in rugged terrain and harsh weather conditions, night vision training, networked training, and coordination training for multiple crews, to mention but a few instances.
Particular emphasis, however, should be given to the unique, modular system architecture of RST’s simulators, as this provides the basis of their outstanding Roll-On/Roll-Off (RoRo) capability. Any helicopter cockpit designed for RST simulators features a RoRo interface for easy installation and growth margin for future compatibility.
The uniform interface reveals unexpected possibilities for engaging different training media. One single cockpit can thus be operated in both a Level D FFS and in any other flight training device. Needless to say, the modular system architecture also allows the integration of helicopter cockpits from different original equipment manufacturers (OEM) – and cockpit exchange takes less than two hours.
The advantages of this unique approach are pretty obvious:
- Operate cockpits from various OEMs within one FFS;
- Reduce the cost of FFS spare parts and maintenance;
- Be prepared to respond immediately to customer needs;
- Exchange cockpits between different training sites.
RST provides a complete range of capability, at any qualification level, from cockpit procedure trainers and virtual cloud trainers up to Level D FFS. This is what a real ‘family concept’ is all about – consistent system architecture to secure customers’ investment for many years to come.
For a video showing the salient features of RST’s family of FFS, click here