The system’s principal capabilities include theoretical instruction in the helicopter configuration and practicing of helicopter systems handling and initial combat employment skills, including procedures for non-routine situations.
CSTS Dinamika has successfully completed a prototypeAirborne Trooper Training Complex (ATTC) for individual and group wing-type parachute operations training.
CSTS Dinamika has signed an agreement to join the Zhukovsky aviation technology cluster, an association expected to become a major contributor in the Science City development strategy.
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CSTS Dinamika has been awarded a contract for the delivery, installation and commissioning of a Mi‑28N CBT class for initial and conversion training of the helicopter’s flight personnel.
CSTS Dinamika has completed the Il‑112V Part-task Simulator prototype and delivered the system to its user, JSC Ilyushin Aviation Complex. The project was commissioned under the high-wing light military transport aircraft development contract between the RF MoD and Ilyushin.
CSTS Dinamika has completed an R&D project for conceptual design of a new multipurpose vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) unmanned aerial system (UAS).
CSTS Dinamika has successfully completed installation, commissioning and Customer’s personnel training for two L‑39 Full Mission Simulators delivered under the State Defense Order.
CSTS Dinamika is going to showcase its latest technical training aids based on the most advanced cutting edge information technologies. Within its own display area Dinamika is going unveil the Airborne Trooper Training Complex (ATTC) designed for individual and group wing-typeparachute operations training.
CSTS Dinamika for the first time participated in the International Exhibition of Weapons Systems and Military Equipment KADEX-2016 held July 2-5 in Astana, Kazakhstan
At technical section of the conference Dinamika presented a report “Certification problems of Mi-8/17 type helicopter simulators according to international standards”
JSC CSTS Dinamika team took part in aeromodelling festival “Russia’s Take-off!” that was held on March 26th in Zhukovsky on the territory of Gromov Flight Research Institute.
One of the leading Russian developers and manufacturers of flight simulators CSTS Dinamika restyled its logotype which resulted in different writing of the company’s brand-name. The color palette of the renewed logo uses the same traditional colors – blue and orange.
The deliveries included Mi‑8AMTSh, Mi‑8MTV‑5, Ka‑52 and Mi‑28N training complexes, developed and built from scratch by Dinamika, and also a training complex for the Su‑30SM fighter, a joint project with the Russian Association Spetstekhnika.
This is the first time the MoD has been supplied with an extended configuration of the Ka‑52 training complex, which enables a full cycle of ground training for the personnel of air units directly participating in combat missions.
A training complex is basically a turnkey solution that will enable a full ground training cycle for the air unit personnel directly involved in combat missions.
The competition included four flight tasks on the Mi‑171 simulator, a principal asset in the HTP Ostrava technical training complex developed by CSTS Dinamika.
New equipment and software developed in CSTS Dinamika enabled significant expansion for training facilities of helicopter training center HTP Ostrava in Czech Republic that provides the whole range of modern training services for flight crews and maintenance staff of the Mi-171 helicopter type.
For the first time Dinamika will present an FMS of multipurpose fighter interceptor MiG-31BM that differs from its predecessor MiG-31B by significantly expanded military capabilities.
CSTS Dinamika participated in academic meeting held on the base of MSTC Air Force “Military-Air Academy named after N.E. Zhukovsky and Yu.A. Gagarin” (Voronezh).