ETC

Environmental Tectonics Corporation
Since 1969 ETC has been designing, manufacturing, installing, commissioning, and supporting aeromedical training and research simulation systems. ETC’s strength lies in their anticipation of aircrew needs and the production of simulators that address the resultant training and research requirements. 

  • ETC’s FALCON altitude chamber provides an environment where aircrew learn to recognize what their individual physiological response are to a low-oxygen environment and take corrective actions to re-oxygenate themselves and other air crew.

HYPOBARIC CHAMBER
  • ETC ‘s Ejection seat Simulator (ESS) is a major breakthrough in trainers.

  • The ESS provides up to 10G of acceleration in a customer -designated jet aircraft ejection system, training aircrew to eject quickly and safely.

  • It supports interactive pre-ejection and ejection procedures training as well as ‘decision to eject’ training with flight simulation ejection profiles.

EJECTION SEAT SIMULATOR
  • The NVTS/NVGTS provides specialised training in both unaided night vision to reduce hazards and increase efficiency in night operations. 

  • It integrates two systems to train for safe, effective night flying.

  • The NVTS/NVGTS includes built-in features to enable customised training for pilot groups that is configured for their operational needs.

NIGHT VISION SYSTEM
  • The ATFS-400-25 is the third generation in ETC ‘s Line of long-arm centrifuges. It has three degrees of freedom (planetary pitch and roll) and all axes are actively controlled to allow G pointing.

  • Its 25 foot arm and redesigned gondola can sustain up to 15G with an onset rate of up to 10G/sec.

  • A new dome projection system supports a wider field of view (120° horizontal by 90° vertical) and interchangeable TAC modules allow a quick changed of high- fidelity cockpits.

HUMAN CENTRIFUGE
ATFS-400-25
  • The ATFS-400 dynamically generates G -forces in all desired axes simultaneously to authentically replicate the stress of the tactical flight environment.

  • The system leverages on advanced simulation capabilities to recreate a wide variety of training and operational scenarios, exposing the aviator to a realistic flight environment with physiological stresses.

HUMAN CENTRIFUGE
ATFS-400-31
  • The GYRO IPT-II is a fully interactive pilot controlled, real world flight simulator designed to prepare pilots to successfully deal with in flight spatial disorientation safety and cost effectively.

  • It exposes pilots to the vestibular and visual illusions that they can experience during flight, while teaching them to recognise, respond to recover from, and prevent spatial disorientation.

FLIGHT SIMULATOR
GYPO IPT-II
  • The GL-4000 is the third generation in ETC’s line of motion platforms.

  • It has four degrees of freedom (planetary, yaw, pitch, and roll) and all axes are actively controlled with continuous 360° motion to allow G-pointing.

  • Its longer, 10-foot arm can sustain up to 3G with an onset of 0.8G/sec.

  • The GL- 4000 was design to support improved motion bandwidth in order to provide higher fidelity motion cuing.

  • It also includes a high fidelity cockpit with an upgraded dome projection system that supports a wider field of view  (62° horizontal by 35° vertical).

MOTION PLATFORM
GYROLAB GL-4000
  • The KRAKEN is the world ‘s most technology advanced spatial disorientation training and research device with its dynamic capability and reconfigurable cabin.

  • The KRAKEN can support operational and clinical research by simulating complex human factor issues for air, space, land and water services.

ADVANCED SPATIAL DISORIENTATION TRAINING