“the quality and reliability of our training devices have been key to the continued success supporting Apache, Black Hawk, and Chinook platforms”
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB)
October 12, 2017
The Logistic Services International (LSI) Simulations Department Training Device Team was awarded a GSA contract to design, build, and deliver five new AH-64E Apache helicopter operator and maintainer training devices for U.S. Government partner nations overseas. The devices are production devices within LSI’s AH-64 suite of training devices with country specific upgrades engineered into each training device.
LSI has pioneered this style of open-air simulated cockpit as an inexpensive solution that has a smaller footprint than their full cockpit devices. These new devices will primarily be used to teach switchology, sensor and weapons procedures, mission training, and networked cooperative training.
According to Mike French, LSI’s COO, “the quality and reliability of our training devices have been key to the continued success supporting the Apache, Black Hawk, and Chinook platforms. We are very pleased to add these devices to others we have deployed in the U.S. and around the world.”
LSI is a simulation and training company specializing in creating high fidelity training devices, hardware trainer design and manufacturing, virtual reality training devices, mobile training applications, courseware, instructor services, and technical publications, utilized around the world. LSI’s approach to training is scientifically designed to improve knowledge transfer, enhance retention, and shorten time-to-train.
Dave Risha, Director of Business Development