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Группа "Кронштадт" установила в СПбГУ ГА тренажер самолета Boeing 737-800 NG Group “Kronstadt” has fulfilled all obligations under the contract with the customer – Federal Agency of air transport (FAVT), putting in FGBOU VO SPbGU HA and is fully prepared to fulfill the educational goals of the integrated simulator of the Boeing 737-800 NG with the motion system. About it reports a press-service of the company.

This machine became the fourth high-tech technical means of learning, established by a Group of Kronstadt in St. Petersburg state University, GA, and the first machine with the latest imaging system Aurora 3. Earlier in the training center of the St. Petersburg educational establishments the specialists of the company was built three modern simulator of the highest qualification level D.

“In the framework of a contract signed in late 2014, the company has applied a number of new advanced technical solutions in the part of hardware and software simulator. The simulator was installed led projectors with high resolution and increased five times compared with traditional tube solutions, service intervals. The realism of the visual environment is achieved not only thanks to the latest technology but also the unique software of the imaging system Aurora 3”, – noted in the Group of “Kronstadt”.

The visualization system is one of the most important and most high-tech components of modern flight simulator. That visual perception is the primary source of information pilot. In the latest simulator for the Aviation center of SPbSU HA system was installed rendering Aurora 3 latest generation development of the Group “Kronstadt”, which combines a photorealistic image, imaging algorithms which are based on physical principles of propagation and reflection of light, and the image of the virtual space used real satellite images of the surface. An important advantage of the system is the possibility of its deployment on the public computer equipment (COTS hardware).

“Our company has extensive experience in the design and creation of technical means of training and retraining of pilots of aircraft of any complexity,” says the General Director of Group “Kronstadt” Armen Isahakyan. “Imaging system Aurora 3, announced to us in may, raises the level of simulator training pilots to a new level. Notice that the release of this unique product demanded from the developers significant change in the level of production.”