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Entrol launches simulator vibration system

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Entrol launches simulator vibration system - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Spain Aircraft: Airplanes

In entrol we believe in the continuous improvement of our simulators. Proof of this is the launch of the new vibration system, designed to improve pilot training and increase the realism of the simulation.

The system consists of 4 electromagnetic actuators located below the cockpit. These actuators generate vibrations which are transmitted throughout the whole cockpit, and vary according to the different flight conditions.

Pilots will feel turbulence, overspeed and the contact with the ground among other situations This will allow them to react and make the appropriate procedure on time.

This additional option extends the possibilities of the simulator, which together with the 200ºx70º spherical visual and the mission scenarios, enable schools and operators to perform an advanced training in operations such as HEMS, SAR or fire fighting.

You can try the vibration system in the H11 / EC-135 simulator FNPT III MCC installed in our showroom. To schedule an appointment, please contact us.

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