CSTS Dinamika at Army-2016 Forum

20.08.2016

CSTS Dinamika is to participate in the 2nd International Military High-Tech Forum Army‑2016 held from September 6th to 11th at the RF Armed Forces Patriot Park Congress and Exhibition Center in Kubinka, Moscow Region. You will find our display in Hall No.3, stand 3D1-1.

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 of 108 m2, Dinamika is going unveil the Airborne Trooper Training Complex (ATTC) designed for individual and group wing-type parachute operations training. Importantly, the new ATTC enables simulation of various emergency situations (e.g. canopy distortion, end-cell closures, suspension line twists and ruptures), helping build confidence and stress-resistance before the paratrooper can proceed to real-life jumps. The display is going to feature an ATTC Trainee’s Station (load-carrying frame with a suspended parachute system and precision positioning for free-fall jumps) and Instructor’s Station that enables practicing of group operations with up to 12 trainees day and night, under normal and adverse weather conditions. The ATTC visual system includes hardware (computers and virtual reality headset) and specialized software. Dinamika’s guests will be able to have a go at virtual skydiving and check out the ATTC’s photorealistic representation of underlying terrain and various moving and stationary objects in the sky and on the ground.

Another new product by CSTS Dinamika, a Full Mission Simulator (FMS) for the ship-borne Ka‑52K helicopter, will be included in the RF Armed Forces simulator training display. The Ka‑52K FMS, which allows practicing of piloting, navigation and combat tasks throughout the entire envelope of altitudes and speeds, will be displayed in a fixed-base variant. The guests of the RF Armed Forces simulator training cluster will be able to take a flight in the FMS together with the Ka‑52K commander.

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