Cubic Corp will demonstrate game based combat training solutions at the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition (ADEX) 2015 from October 20-25.
“Cubic already has a footprint in the Asia-Pacific region and delivers training products and solutions to various military and armed forces in the area such as Japan, Singapore and Korea. We look forward to demonstrating our realistic game-based training capabilities at the event,” said Bill Toti, president of Cubic Global Defense.
Cubic will showcase various air and maritime training solutions at the Seoul International ADEX, including P5 Combat Training System (P5CTS).
The P5CTS is Cubic’s latest generation air combat maneuvering instrumentation (ACMI) system for both fourth and fifth generation fighter aircraft. The P5CTS provides fighter pilots and range training officers with the ability to display training missions in real time and during post-mission debrief. The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will also be delivered with an embedded version of the P5CTS.
Cubic will also showcase Immersive Maritime Operator & Maintainer Courseware of interactive procedural operations and maintenance training. Set within a virtual and immersive shipboard environment, trainees perform tasks in a realistic multi-user environment.
Immersive Maritime Operator & Maintainer Courseware is a cost-effective solution allowing trainees to function within complex shipboard environments at a fraction of the cost.
The company will demonstrate Aircraft Cabin Crew Door Operations that features a personalized training avatar that provides commercial airline cabin crew with orientation and operational assessments. Training includes interactive mini-games to evaluate the trainee’s knowledge of key door components, and a four-phased approach to learn how to properly open the main door.