Rheinmetall’s holistic approach to training and simulation enables made-to-measure solutions. Increasingly complex platforms, systems and processes mean that users require thorough training. Based on its holistic approach, Rheinmetall offers its customers made-to-measure training and simulation solutions, drawing on over forty years’ experience in the field.
WATS addresses the current and future training issues affecting your business, from personnel selection and recruitment, to regulation and training technologies. It offers unrivalled opportunities to meet with the key decision makers and influencers within the international airline training community, and allows attendees to discuss the latest training technologies and techniques to improve operational safety and efficiency for pilot, cabin crew, and maintenance training.
With the formation of the United States Space Force and the majority of NASA astronauts still having a military background, MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch reports on the use of simulation in space operations and why it remains key to success.
This commentary features Marco Van Sterkenburg, CEO, Drillster, and Franck Euzet, Cabin Crew Safety Training & Safety Pro Level Manager, Air France – who presented at Halldale/CAT’s Global Airline Training & Simulation - Virtual conference in November 2020.
Amazon software, a too-aggressive workforce drawdown, and simulator shortages are among the causes speculated for Delta’s cancellation of more than 500 flights over the US Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Norwegian Competence Centre Helicopter AS has announced a partnership with RotorSky GmbH, an Austrian helicopter flight school with more than 15 years of experience in all kinds of helicopter pilot training.