At the 20015 edition of Helitech, Reiser Simulation and Training (RST) will be demonstrating a prototype of its Airbus H145 training solution. Reiser will be located at Stand F50.
The company is working with pioneering German civil air rescue organization ADAC to develop a certified Level D full flight simulator (FFS) that leverages RST’s unique technology for enhanced accuracy and realism in simulators. The focus is to leverage Reiser’s expertise to develop the most reliable simulator with lowest operating costs.
The two companies are cooperating on several levels, including a multiyear contract with ADAC’s HEMS Academy GmbH in a power by the hour concept. Reiser is currently performing a flight data acquisition process using an ADAC H145 helicopter to acquire detailed data on handling qualities and flight performance as well as general dynamic behavior. For data acquisition, RST installed its recently developed flight test instrumentation, which features high data acquisition rates, precision and proven level of reliability along with miniature dimensions and corresponding low weight.
About Reiser Simulation & Training
Reiser Systemtechnik GmbH is family-owned founded in 1988. Starting with cable harnesses and components, Reiser has now a proven track record in sophisticated simulation training devices for pilot and technicians of the leading-edge fixed and rotary wing aircraft such as Typhoon, Tiger or NH90.
The company has earned a track record of success through its understanding of its clients’ needs, and applying extraordinary quality standards and manufacturing to the most reliable products of its class, reducing the operational cost for its customers. More information can be found at www.reiser-st.com
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