Completion statement signed on September 28 for full-mission Mi-17-1V simulator deployment in Mexico
On September 28, the Air Naval Training Center of Veracruz (Mexico) witnessed signing of a completion statement for installation and deployment of a full-mission Mil-17–1V helicopter simulator, developed by the Center for Scientific and Technical Services (CSTS) Dinamika in cooperation with the SPARC Company.
The first volume of a 10-volume Catalogue of Aviation Products & Systems has just been published by the Avialogistics Information Centre.
CSTS Dinamika took part in the International Defense Exhibition of Land Forces (IDELF 2006) which was held in Moscow and Moscow Region on the 2 – 6 of august.
Second development phase for SukhoiSuperJet 100 (RRJ) avionics integration research sim visualization system completed
On August 4, the second phase of visualization system development for the RRJ avionics integration research sim was successfully accepted in CSTS Dinamika.
CSTS Dinamika and the SPARC Company have concluded a major joint project for delivery of a full-mission Mil-17–1V helicopter simulator to Mexico.
Company Dinamika JSC has launched a new corporative site in the Internet (www.dinamika-avia.ru) to cover every aspect of the company’s activities in the flight simulation area.
On March 22–23, Moscow Aviation Institute hosted the 7th Russian Helicopter Society Forum. As a rule, the forums of the Russian Helicopter Society are devoted to high-priority theoretical and practical challenges of helicopter engineering.
On March 16th 2006, CSTS Dinamika received a representative mission of the Russian company JC System Integration (JCSI) and its American partner MultiGen-Paradigm, Inc.
CSTS Dinamika has completed development of two research flight simulators stands, designed and manufactured on the order of the Russian Aircraft Corporation "MiG" Engineering Center in the support of the MiG-29K carrier program.
March 2÷3, 2006. The Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) and CSTS Dinamika carried out acceptance testing of the research sim the latter had developed and manufactured to support SCAC’s works on flight dynamics and control system for the new family of Russian Regional Jet (RRJ).
This new product has become a profound update of an obsolete trainer to fulfill the state-guaranteed defense order for the RF Navy training center in Severomorsk.
Military training is a topical problem and demanding requirement of the Russian Military authorities. Advanced training facilities are of paramount importance for maintaining combat readiness and survival ability.