North American Surveillance Offers New Simulator Training

HAI Convention News » 2011
March 7, 2011, 5:20 PM

North American Surveillance Systems (Booth No. 617), a global provider and integrator of airborne surveillance systems, is expanding its capabilities with new simulator training designed specifically for the world’s top-selling intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance cameras.

Long involved in aircraft modifications, Calverton, N.Y.-based North American Surveillance has added this specialized training for pilots and operators to maximize their skills with FLIR Star Safire and L-3 Wescam MX Series EO/IR sensor systems.

“This means that each student can receive the amount of instruction necessary to become proficient with the system on the ground, saving costly flight time,” said Richard McCourt, president of North American Surveillance Systems.

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