10-Feb-2015 Source: ADAC
ADAC HEMS Academy GmbH and Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH have announced their cooperation at the BavAIRia e.V. New Year Reception which was held at Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH in Berg/Germany.
“The central aim of the cooperation is most effective training for both the ADAC Luftrettung gGmbH crews and a great number of further national and international helicopter operators,” explains Dr. Roman Sperl, Managing Director of Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH.
“Special emphasis will be placed on development and design as well as on the long-term operation of valuable cutting edge training devices and tools,” says Thomas Hütsch, Managing Director of ADAC HEMS Academy GmbH. In this area, in particular, the cooperation will serve aviation and patient safety by training of the crews in a highly efficient environment.
The first phase of the common project will be the development and production of a cockpit procedure trainer for the EC145T2 helicopter operated by ADAC Luftrettung gGmbH. The procedure trainer is of enormous importance for both type rating (pilot training on new hc) and recurrent training of the crews to keep their proficiency at the highest level.
The setup of this cooperation is long-term oriented and shall underline the focus of ADAC HEMS Academy and Reiser Simulation and Training to create a cost-effective and customer oriented training environment.
About ADAC HEMS Academy GmbH:
The ADAC HEMS Academy GmbH (AHA) is the world’s first integrated training centre for helicopter pilots, emergency doctors and rescue paramedics in air rescue services. For each of these three professions AHA offers an unique training programme. Furthermore, our training center provides pilot training to national and international clients as well as advanced medical education and training. Consisting of a simulator hall, training and briefing rooms, the St. Augustin training centre (Airbase Bonn-Hangelar) is equipped with state-of-the-art media technology and provides means for both individual (computer-based) and team training. The Academy uses a well-equipped medical simulator– Christoph
Sim® – for training doctors and rescue paramedics. A clinical shock room simulator completes the medical training equipment.
Two full-flight EC135 and EC145 simulators are available for pilot training (FFS Level A according to JAR-FSTD H). Another full-flight EC145T2 simulator is planned and shall be realized early 2017.
About Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH:
Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH (RST) can look back on 26 years of experience in the fields of simulation and training technologies for military and civil aviation platforms. The family-owned company with headquarters south of Munich presently employs more than 200 aviation experts at two premises. RST’s range of products and services primarily covers the development, design and production of simulators and training media for both pilots and maintenance personnel. The company’s reputation has been built on understanding its client’s needs, applying extraordinary quality standards and manufacturing the most reliable products of its class which reduce the operational cost for its customers.