AMST and Advance High-G Training

30 November 2023

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AMST centrifuge using AI technology for simulation. 
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In a significant collaboration, AMST and came together to work on a human centrifuge project, specially constructed by AMST for an undisclosed client. The companies believe this collaboration marks a step forward in the realm of flight simulation technology.

A human centrifuge is designed to simulate the high-speed, high-G conditions experienced by fighter pilots. This device is critical in preparing pilots for the physical and psychological demands of high-G maneuvers, offering a safe yet realistic training environment.

AMST human centrifuges offer the Dynamic Flight Simulation (DFS) training mode. DFS allows pilots to experience and adapt to the intense forces and conditions they will encounter in actual flight, improving their reaction times, decision-making skills, and overall flight performance.

At the core of the DFS is AMST’s own VISIM IG Image Generator, which provides a realistic out-the-window view. Its advanced physically based rendering capabilities produce high-quality lights, shadows, and reflections, and it supports sensor modes like Infrared, enhancing the realism of the simulation.

The project aimed to quickly create a detailed 3D model of a specific geographic region for inclusion in VISIM IG. This detailed model was essential for providing a realistic and immersive environment in the DFS within the centrifuge.

AMST’s skills in aerospace simulation combined with’s expertise in creating 3D models using artificial intelligence significantly improved VISIM IG capabilities. Together, the two companies developed a high-quality, independent training environment that does not require a network connection. The environment was smoothly integrated into AMST’s VISIM IG with a Software Development Kit (SDK).

The integration of’s technology into AMST’s VISIM IG not only enhanced its realism and performance, but also showcased’s adaptability and AI-driven simulation solutions.

Looking ahead, this collaboration opens up the possibility of rapidly providing detailed models for different areas in AMST’s VISIM IG. This capability is crucial for AMST’s extensive range of Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTDs) and could be beneficial for other simulator manufacturers, says the company.

To learn more, visit at booth #3127 during I/ITSEC, the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training event.


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