A joint venture between Precision Flight Controls (PFC) and Ryan Aerospace (Australia) has seen the development of a new, cost-effective helicopter simulator which has just received certification under Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) rules as an Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). The device is reconfigurable between the Bell 206 and Bell 407 but can also be used as any generic rotary wing training aircraft.
Ryan Aerospace has worked for many years with military establishments all around in the world, helping provide high quality, yet cost-efficient helicopter simulators for mission training, mission rehearsal and combined arms training exercises.
The Ryan Aerospace HELIMOD is a modular, re-configurable helicopter simulator platform offering a cost-effective solution to customers requiring a precise, quality piece of equipment without the cost of traditional simulators.
The HELICREW is a dual control version of the popular HELIMOD device which comes in a variety of aircraft types. This unit is perfect for low-cost mission rehearsal and combined arms training using software tools such as VBS and Titan.
The Ryan Aerospace Robinson R-22 / R-44 is made from a real R-22 helicopter offering a very realistic and immersive training environment.
Under development, this device will be ideal for EMS operators conducting search and rescue or fire fighting operations.