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Merlin Simulation Inc. delivers first S333 AATD to Rotors of the Rockies

333_2June 22, 2009 – On June 1st Merlin Simulation, Inc. delivered its re-configurable, new generation Pro-Series Schweizer 333 AATD to Rotors of the Rockies located at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport - Broomfield, Colo.


June 22, 2009
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Pro-Series Schweizer 333 AATD


 

June 22, 2009 – On June 1st Merlin Simulation, Inc. delivered its re-configurable, new generation Pro-Series Schweizer 333 AATD to Rotors of the Rockies located at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport – Broomfield, Colorado.

This is an on-going relationship between Merlin and Rotors with the first Pro Series S300 AATD having been installed in February.

New Generation means new features incorporating advanced technology, superior visual imagery, and true flight modeling previously found only in high end flight training devices.

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The Pro Series AATDs are reconfigurable devices that are modular in design and may to other aircraft models including the Bell 206 and the R22/44 aircraft.

 A visual of nearly 180° field of view is the largest in the industry for this class of product. Like the S300 AATD the aeromodel was developed through a rigorous flight test program which Merlin Simulation has pioneered and implemented in its Pro Series AATDs.

Other advanced features include:

  • High Fidelity graphics
  • High Fidelity Cockpit
  • High Fidelity Systems replication,  including engine start up and shut down with all of the associated malfunctions
  • A new easy to use instructor station with record/playback
  • A high fidelity replication of aircraft systems failures
  • Garmin 530 GPS/Nav/Comm unit (moving map)
  • Unique instructor and testing tools

Merlin Simulation, Inc., with offices in Virginia, Colorado and Michigan, provides high level Man-in-the-Loop Training Devices, simulators and simulator components for both Government and commercial application. For further information visit their website at www.MerlinSimulation.com


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