The new full flight simulator (FFS) for the Airbus Helicopter H145 platform, developed by Reiser Simulation and Training has recently successfully passed Factory Acceptance Test. Multiple missions covering the broad spectrum of HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Services) operations during day and night were conducted successfully and have proven the maturity of the company’s FFS product line and the H145 platform simulation.
The FFS will now be delivered to the ADAC’s HEMS Academy training facility in Bonn, Germany for on-site integration and certification.
Reiser Simulation and Training will showcase their new Full Flight Simulator (FFS) at MilSimAsia 2017 (17-18 January in Singapore; booth #12). The FFS is equipped with several features setting a new standard in helicopter flight and mission simulation, e.g. visual features, which are important for HEMS but also for military operations are addressed in a new degree of realism. The H145 FFS, a simulator with highest possible fidelity, with full 6 DoF electric motion and vibration system (by Moog), an on-board Instructor Operating System (IOS) with briefing, debriefing and scenario generation system, dome display with 240°x80° view with dual channel LED projection system (using Esterline FS35-IR projectors) and night-vision-goggle stimulation, a worldwide database with customer chosen high resolution areas, 25.000 airports and computer generated forces for air, land and sea applications.
The Terrain 3D Database is produced by Quantum3D (part of Havelsan) and is based on the Open Street Map (OSM) system. Networking for distributed simulation is also available. Reiser Simulation and Training have also developed an Avionics Desktop Trainer (ADT), which is a derivative of the FFS. Specialists will be available at the stand to explain all the features of the ADT. The H145 Avionic Desktop Trainer is a Classroom Solution for Procedure Training and familiarisation, with high fidelity flight dynamics, engine and AFCS model for all normal and emergency procedures, providing instrument procedures in both manual and AFCS modes including VOR, NDB, ILS, RNAV, GPS approaches. Also provided is a Garmin Lite, with virtual panel, adjustable frequencies and loadable flight approaches with the option of a EuroNav 7 navigation kit or a hardware version of an original Garmin GTN 750 navigation kit. Also implemented are a sound model including warning and caution tones and an Instructor Operation Station (IOS), a 100% derivative of the IOS from the FFS, with mission planning, re-positioning, fuel management, wind/ weather simulation and malfunction capabilities. Further options are simulations of an Automatic Terminal Information System ATIS and of an Automatic Collision Avoidance System ACAS. Also extern Search & Rescue (SAR) sensors, e.g. like the L-3 WESCAM MX-15 can be easily integrated and used by the crew.