Moscow, August 23
On August 23, 2020, during the Army 2020 International Military-Technical Forum, JSC Rosoboronexport and JSC Technodinamika, which are part of the Rostec State Corporation, signed a joint action program to promote aircraft training aids in the external market. The program covers the period from 2020 to 2022.
The program aims to organize effective interaction between Rosoboronexport and Technodinamika in order to increase exports of training equipment for military, dual-use and civil aircraft.
"The practice of the air forces around the world suggests that through crew training can often minimize, if not avoid, non-battle losses in personnel and materiel. Russian flight simulators have proven themselves effective. They are extensively used for training foreign specialists in Russia under Rosoboronexport’s contracts, as well as supplied to our partners for training pilots abroad. Today, our portfolio of orders includes contracts for the supply of Technodinamika’s flight simulators to more than 15 countries from various regions of the world. Together, I am sure, we will achieve a steady growth in this indicator," said Alexander Mikheev, Director General of Rosoboronexport and Deputy Chairman of the Russian Engineering Union.
Consolidation of classroom knowledge and skill training is carried out on advanced simulator systems, using the latest domestic advances in environment visualization and simulation of the dynamic characteristics of the aircraft being mastered, up to the operational use of weapon systems. At the customer's request, the simulator systems, being purchased together with the basic equipment, can be used at this stage.
Today, Rosoboronexport’s package of proposals on aircraft training aids includes Technodinamika’s flight simulators for combat and transport-combat, military transport and transport, multi-purpose and special aircraft and helicopters, as well as parachute systems.
The distinctive features of the flight simulators supplied by Rosoboronexport are the exclusive use of the aircraft manufacturer’s official data during their development, as well as the scalability of simulator systems and an opportunity to quickly integrate them into distributed training systems and simulate situations of any complexity.