Thu, Jun 18, 2009
Illinois Company Manufactures The Sims
The German Bundespolizei have received dual certification for
their Frasca built EC-135 helicopter simulator device as a JAR-FTD
H FTD 2 and FNPT III MCC. The device was modeled after an EC-135
T2+ helicopter and features a 200° x 70° TruVision visual
display system with a large real world database including the Bonn
and Cologne area.
Other features include a high fidelity EC 135 T2 cockpit
equipped with EFIS, moving map display, GPS and realistic vibration
cues. The device is installed in Sankt Augustin Germany.
Frasca has delivered and is currently building simulators for
many helicopter types including two Full Flight Simulators for
Bristow Helicopters, 3 Level 7 FTDs for FlightSafety International,
an S76 FTD for Era Training Center and others.
Frasca International, Urbana, Illinois, manufactures flight
training equipment for airlines, flight schools, universities and
military organizations worldwide. Product range includes Flight
Training Devices (FTDs), FNPT I, II and IIMCC devices, CPTs, Full
Flight Simulators (FFS) and more for all aircraft types, fixed wing
and rotary. Frasca has delivered over 2200 devices worldwide since
the companies founding in 1958.
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