The simulator was built as a part of an R&D project undertaken to develop and implement advanced technologies for flight training aids, including those of the highest complexity category – the motion-base simulators.
CSTS Dinamika has passed state testing of a motion-base Mi-8MTV-5-1 Full Mission Simulator (FMS) designed to train the helicopter's flight crews in their main tasks related to piloting, navigation and combat employment in a realistic cockpit environment.
JSC CSTS Dinamika is going to participate in the 10th edition of the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2019 to be held August 27th – September 1st in Zhukovsky, Moscow Region.
CSTS Dinamika has completed state testing of a Forward Air Controller (FAC) Trainer for basic and advanced training of Forward Air Controllers – ground officers that provide guidance for helicopter crews during combat missions.
The Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade has completed comprehensive evaluation of Dinamika's Flight Testing Facility approving the company's capability for proper organization and conduct of flight testing activities, flight mission control and flight operations.
JCS CSTS Dinamika has completed Flight and Design Approval Testing of its new Air Defense Training System with UAV targets.
CSTS Dinamika is proud to present issue 1(22)/2019 of its corporate magazine FORUM. The new issue features materials on Dinamika's latest products completed in 2018.
XXI century infantry training: DINAMIKA develops multimedia class for mine obstacle construction and breaching training
As a collaborative project with the Russian company Oboronsoft, CSTS Dinamika has developed a multimedia training class with courseware materials on various explosive anti-personnel weapons and mine obstacle clearing methods and equipment.
CSTS Dinamika joined a group of sponsors to erect a monument to aviation engineers in Akhtubinsk.
CSTS Dinamika has installed and commissioned a Mi‑28N CBT flight crew training class.
CSTS Dinamika has passed state testing of an integrated training complex for the aircrews and technical personnel of the Ka‑29 helicopter