Aerosim Technologies (Booth No. 1990) is placing more of its training devices at Alteon facilities around the world, the Burnsville, Minn. company announced. The most recent placements are for the Aerosim virtual procedure trainer, and aircraft variants include the Boeing 777-200, 737-300 and 767-300.
“Alteon has been working with Aerosim on simulation tools for some time,” said Elias Nemr, director of business operation at Alteon. “They have proven to be innovative and reliable.”
Aerosim markets PC-based flight simulation software and provides training solutions to the air transport, business aviation and general aviation segments as well as the military. Alteon is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company and has 70 full-flight simulators and other training devices at 20 locations around the world.