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Atlas Aerospace to showcase its aviation universal training simulator at Abu Dhabi Air Expo

Posted 26 February 2018 · Add Comment

Atlas Aerospace, the new aerospace arm of Atlas Group, is set to highlight its aviation universal training simulator during its first participation at the Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2018.

Atlas Aerospace is a UAE-owned aircraft systems integrator established to address the local and regional demand for aircraft modification and transformation. Its latest training simulator, who had its first debut at the Dubai Airshow 2017 and was designed to showcase different helicopters types, was now modified to showcase commercial aircrafts.

The Air Expo, which is being held at Al Bateen Executive Airport from February 26 to 28, 2018, will provide Atlas Aerospace with an ideal opportunity to demonstrate the system’s newly improved features and functionalities. The highly adaptive and reconfigurable training simulator follows one generic structure concept for use of every type of aircrafts and helicopters.

The system boasts an unlimited software platform to follow aviation market evolutions with its cockpit made of touchscreens. The flight controls are its only hardware parts which can easily be changed or modified. The parts such as touchscreen and flight controllers will also be readily available in the region.

Additionally, the system can be used for different types of training, flying and non-flying crews, such as cockpit familiarization; avionics and systems learning; new functionalities discovering; and procedures rehearsals.

Professor Imad Victor Lahoud, Managing Director, Atlas Aerospace, said: “The feature-rich and well-designed aviation universal training simulator, which is easily transportable due to its small size, is part of our commitment to provide advanced, reliable, and cost-efficient products in support of the MENA region’s expanding innovation- and technology-driven aerospace industry. As we strive to provide outstanding client experience and satisfaction, we assure that we will continuously engage in important product developments and innovative ventures to contribute to the sector’s expansion.”

“The Abu Dhabi Air Expo will not only enable us to demonstrate our technical expertise in a global setting but it will also allow us to illustrate our commitment to create technology-driven products critical to building a safe and secure defense and aerospace industries,” Professor Imad Victor Lahoud added.

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