The CBT offers a highly realistic training environment with extensive textual and graphical materials, dynamic models, animations, multimedia content (photo, video and audio) and 3D models.
The Ansat-U FP CBT was built within the framework of a large-scale effort to introduce advanced technologies to the development of flight training systems, which covered Integrated Training Complexes (ITC) for a whole range of helicopters currently in service with the Russian Army Aviation.
The new ITC was built within the framework of a large-scale R&D effort conducted to develop and implement advanced flight simulation technologies for a new generation of Technical Training Aids
This is Russia's first simulator complex with a capability to provide multi-level cadet training for different helicopter types.
The motion-base Ansat-U FMS was built within the framework of a large-scale R&D project in advanced flight training technologies.
The motion-base simulators enable a series of specific training tasks with a level of realism that cannot be attained in fixed-base devices. Such tasks include taxiing, takeoff and landing, day and night (under normal visibility of the taxiway, helipad, landmarks and markings or with the use of available night start aids), fights under automatic and manual control, VFR and IFR operations, etc.
The Ka-226 CBT can be operated as a part of the Ka-226 ITC (an integrated complex supporting the entire theoretical and simulator training cycle for the Ka-226 personnel) or as a standalone system.
CSTS Dinamika has completed state testing of an electrical actuator-based 3DOF motion system. A first design effort of the kind for Dinamika, the system was built for a large-scale R&D project to develop and implement cutting-edge technologies for Integrated Training Complexes (ITC) with motion-base helicopter simulators.
With the Ansat-U TP CBT, trainee maintenance teams will be able to study various aspects pertaining to the helicopter's main systems (including their functions, components, layout and operation) along with appropriate maintenance practices.
CSTS Dinamika has completed state testing of a Computer-based Training (CBT) system for initial theoretical training of the Mi-8AMTSh technical personnel (Mi-8AMTSh TP CBT)
The Mi-8AMTSh FMS, our first motion-base device for this helicopter type, was built for a large-scale R&D project undertaken to develop and implement advanced flight simulation and training technologies.
The Mi-28N TP CBT will enable trainee maintenance teams to study various aspects pertaining to the helicopter's main systems (including their functions, components, layout and operation) along with appropriate maintenance practices.