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Aero-TV Looks At Zedasoft's 'Sim-In-A-Box' Mobile Training Strategy

Take Your Training Right To Where the Action Is

Training is a constant issue in the hard-fought (literally) world of the combat pilot. In the areas where pilots are ready for action, there are usually a scarcity of the support systems that they might have known in more civilized locales. There's certainly little room for some of the most complex training devices and sims in the vicinity of an active combat zone.... but that may no longer be true due to a novel approach by an innovative military simulator company by the name of Zedasoft.

ZedaSoft is a 'spin-off' from RIVA Technologies... which made the change in 2000 to focus exclusively on the simulation and visualization marketplace. RIVA had been providing simulation software development since its inception in 1993 for companies such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Training, Federal Aviation Administration, Silicon Graphics and SportSimulation, Inc. In 1996 RIVA also began producing interactive learning products on CDROM and web based testing products to the commercial markets. These products have become very successful and represent the state-of-the art in the web based e-learning industry.

Based on this success, it was important for RIVA to focus on these products, but at the same time make sure focus and attention was applied in continuing its support for the simulation software clients it developed. In response to this need, ZedaSoft was spun off as a separate company to serve this marketplace and provide dedicated resources to its clientele. Though many of the technical resources still exchange technologies and ideas between the companies, the management focus for each company is dedicated to serving their specific industry.

The Portable Simulator Desktop (PSD) concept alluded to, above, is an all-in-one aircraft simulator desktop control and computer system in a single travel case. The PSD is ideal for deployment training and portable aggressor stations. Our CBA of Simulation software is included with each unit, which can be tailored to simulate your desired cockpit systems. The entire system can be set-up in minutes and includes options for three 20" LCD visual scene channels or large 30" LCD?s for both the out-the-window and instrument displays. Pricing starts at $50,000 US per unit and supports a number of current fighter aircraft such as the F-16, FA-18 and F-22.

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