ADAC’ HEMS Academy new "Made in Germany" H145 / EC145T2 Level D simulator is ready for training. ADAC currently operates 14 H145 and will also be available for international operators
ADAC H145 Level D Simulator Ready
Advanced Composite Structures, January 10, 2018 - The new "Made in Germany" Level D simulator is "ready for training" starting January 10, 2018.
With the H145 Level D FFS at the ADAC HEMS Academy, a mission experienced flight training source is getting available for international H145 operators.
The new H145 Level D simulator, developed and produced in close cooperation by Reiser Simulation & Training GmbH in Germany completes the portfolio of EC135 and EC45 FFS at the Academy and sets a new standard in the world of helicopter simulation.
The simulator comprises a 6 DOF-electric motion and vibration system, a directly projected moving imagery using 15 two channel HD LED video projectors on a 240 by 80 degrees screen and an intuitive on-board instructor operating station (IOS) guarantee the highest level of realistic flight experience.
"Besides Level D standards, the H145 FFS offers pilots the opportunity to gain experience in night vision goggles (NVG) flight, making use of the NVGs the operators use during their missions" says Thomas Hütsch, CEO of the ADAC HEMS Academy.
The mission experience of ADAC Air Rescue, the sister organization of the HEMS Academy, operating 14 H145 helicopters, has translated into the safety-oriented training and in the development of the H145 FFS at the ADAC HEMS Academy.
ADAC Air Rescue is one of the major helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) operators in Europe with established considerable expertise and a respected record for safe flying of successful HEMS mission during more than 45 years of operation.
Operators from various mission profiles worldwide, like HEMS, law enforcement, VIP services, or offshore operators, value the professional service and personal touch of the HEMS Academy, which is easy to reach via 3 international airports in the close proximity.
"We are dedicated to ensure the best training possible for ADAC crews" states Thomas Hütsch, "partners worldwide can benefit from the same top level training facilities used by Germany's largest air ambulance service".