Training is an essential and challenging component of the civil aviation industry. Civil aviation training companies majorly use flight simulators for training pilots rather than airborne training as they are more cost effective, safe and environment friendly. These flight simulators provide an artificial set up wherein a real flying environment and experience is created for the pilots.
The flight simulators are majorly categorised into two types, full flight simulators (FFS) and flight training devices (FTD). Full flight simulators, although provide more advanced cockpit features and are more in demand, have higher cost of acquisition. The demand for civil aviation training & simulation industry is increasing because of growth of aircraft fleet globally; shortage of trained pilots and strict regulations pertaining to pilot licensing.
The aviation industry is witnessing a rapid change in technology and regulations across the globe. The major challenge for commercial flight simulation OEMs and aviation training institutes remains to keep pace with the changes and develop innovative equipment and training solutions. Improving computational capacity, display & imaging technologies and higher expectations to deal with complexities associated with the industry are the major drivers for development of high performing flight simulators. New breed of simulators are utilising new display technologies like collimated displays and Cobra curved displays which have boosted the performance manifolds.
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