Quantum3D, a provider of training and simulation solutions for government and commercial applications, is offering a new program to upgrade and modernize existing flight simulator training devices. Simulators as young as 10 years old can become unmaintainable due to hardware obsolescence, or in need of technology upgrades to improve quality of training with the latest in visual systems, IOS or other simulator components. Quantum3D's Modernization Program cost effectively injects new life and capabilities into current simulators in use.
"Effective training is fundamental for the safety and security of our pilots and passengers. Commercial and government users make major investments into new Simulators for the best training possible," said Brian Overy, VP of business development and sales, Quantum3D, who says the Simulator Modernization Program can extend the life and capabilities of customers’ current simulators and improve the effectiveness of training with at a fraction of the cost of a brand-new system.
Because simulators are unique, Quantum3D's team assesses the current technical state of a simulator and understands the training intent of that Simulation Platform. A recommended Simulator Modernization proposal may include newest generation projectors to improve resolution and brightness, new Image Generators to improve the visual experience of the training environment, a new IOS for introducing new training challenges, new cockpit instrumentation for greater quality and more.