Cubic to Unveil its Air Combat and Game -Based Training Prowess
SAN DIEGO, CA: Cubic Global Defense (CGD), a branch of Cubic Corporation will bring forward its expertise and wide range of aerospace & defense industry solutions to manifest its finesse expertise at the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition (ADEX). The airshow event will showcase a wide-range of groundbreaking technologies evolved to deepen the combat alertness of fighter pilots and sailors.
Cubic will be demonstrating its realistic game-based training capabilities in the midst of various air and maritime training solutions. It includes the P5 Combat Training System (P5CTS); Immersive Maritime Operator & Maintainer Courseware; and Aircraft Cabin Crew Door Operations.
P5CTSis the Cubic’s latest development in air combat maneuvering instrumentation (ACMI) system for both fourth and fifth generation fighter aircraft. It offers both real-time and post-mission examination in training systems and services across 35 locations worldwide.
The operational functionalities of ‘Immersive Maritime Operator & Maintainer Courseware’ is by far Cubic’s most superlative attempt at exhibiting interactive procedural operations and maintenance training. This cost-effective training session is carried out under a virtual and immersive shipboard environment, where it gives trainees the extra liberty to accomplish tasks in a realistic multi-user platform.
Lastly, the ‘Aircraft Cabin Crew Door Operations’ treats the commercial airline cabin crew with orientation and operational assessments in the personalized training that includes a series of interactive mini-games. The session will be helpful in drawing out the knowledge appraisal of trainee in its four-phased approach focusing onto learn how to properly open the main door.
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