Seoul, KR - 2019
CAE Korea offers training programs for large domestic and foreign airlines such as Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Jeju Air, Jin Air, Eastar Jet, T’way, Air Busan, Air Seoul, JetStar, and Aurora. The flight simulators at CAE have been officially approved by China (CAAC) and Cambodia (SSC), as well as domestic governments, and pilots for both large international airlines and low-cost airlines undertake regular training there. For this reason, the flight simulators need to be state-of-the-art—which means ensuring they are fitted with the best technology available.
Barco’s FL35 projectors create stunning images with a pixel precision of 2,560 x 1,600—this was a major factor in CAE’s decision. Along with that, the FL35 offers a 100,000-hour LED lifetime but uses no lamp and no consumables, and requires no re-calibration, no color degradation and no maintenance. This drastically improves uptime while reducing operating costs and technical resources.
CAE Korea is very happy with the installations: ‘The FL35s are much better than our previous projectors,’ said Mr. Seokyong Park, Technical Manager at CAE Korea and Eddy Bak, Technical & Visual Specialist. ‘The high image quality makes them perfect for our flight simulation training.’
The verdict is in from the pilots as well. Many pilots who had previously trained in the simulators have commented that with the Barco FL35 projectors, the images are clearer and more precise than before. It’s the result that CAE Korea had hoped for, and the satisfaction that Barco is thrilled to deliver.
2022 · Kempten, DE
The Institute for Driver Assistance and Connected Mobility (IFM) is an institution of the University of Applied Sciences Kempten (Germany). It is a method manufacturer, whose objective is to create the methods and tools for car manufacturers and their supplier to limit the number of prototypes. They focus on three main domains: ‘vehicle dynamics and controls with steering, tire and suspension application’, ‘controllability in failure cases’, and ‘ADAS/AD (Advanced Driving Assistance System / Automatic Driving)’.
2022 · Udine, IT
Developing a new vehicle is a huge investment for companies. A large team of people work years to get every detail right, making sure the car drives smoothly, is highly comfortable and 100% safe. Improving the design time can account for significant savings in development cost, and accelerated time-to-market. That is why vehicle simulators have gained a lot of importance in recent years. VI-grade is a company that focuses on developing a range of driving simulators with a goal of “zero prototypes” in automotive design and development.