BANGALORE - Virginia-based American Systems, a government and commercial information technology solutions provider, demonstrated its F/A-18 Simulated Aircraft Maintenance Trainer (SAMT) at Aero India 2009, said American Systems official Bhim Uppal.
American Systems, along with its Indian partner MEL Systems and Services (MELSS), are displaying the SAMT. Both companies signed a collaboration agreement that offers Indian customers virtual maintenance trainers and Web-based computer training modules for avionics, hydraulic, engine, fuel, flight controls and electrical areas.
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The virtual maintenance training devices provide interactive, high-fidelity simulations based on actual mission systems software, while the hardware-based trainers are full-scale replicas of...
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