Aero India 2015: Zen Technologies to display aviation simulation prowess

Aero India 2015: Zen Technologies to display aviation simulation prowess

Zen Technologies, an Indian pioneer in simulation technology, will be displaying a broad range of capability-rich simulators at Aero India 2015 -- among them a rotary wing simulator jointly developed with Rockwell Collins.

 

Zen Technologies & Rockwell Collins recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combine their strengths in simulation and training to offer advanced and high fidelity aviation simulation solutions to Indian customers, a company statement said.

The display will include a Zen anti-aircraft air defence simulator (Zen AAADS) designed to train missile operators on procedures in both simulated and field conditions as well as psycho-physiological training experienced at the time of launch.

Also on view will be a Zen UAV mission simulator -- a comprehensive system designed to support basic, operational and mission training for external pilots, internal pilots, mission commanders, observers/special payload operators and image interpreters. The Zen war-gaming solutions on view provides a doctrine-neutral solution for joint-services/combined and standalone operations. The gen-next constructive simulation supports both conventional and non-conventional
operations. 

This apart, there will be the Zen smart target system an electro-mechanical, software-driven, acoustical projectile detection and reporting system designed to be used in outdoor ranges for live small arms firing and the Zen TacSim with indoor tracking system (ITS) designed to meet the training needs of forces tasked to combat enemy/terrorists operating from built-up area/buildings by physical intervention.

Zen Technologies, incorporated in 1993 with headquarters in Hyderabad, has over the years designed, developed and manufactured various types of training equipment and simulators. The products developed in-house meet high qualitative standards and are cost-effective, the statement said. 

The company has supplied over 450 simulators to over 100 customers across all the three services, state and central police forces of India and other countries.

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