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Indra selected to provide H175 simulator to train Hong Kong GFS
Indra provides its systems with the same flight and avionics software employed in the real aircraft, aiming to replicate the aircraft's behaviour and ensuring the quality of training.
The GFS pilots can train for a wide variety of missions, including evacuation on offshore platforms, water landings, mountain search and rescue operations, wildfire suppression missions or evacuation operations after natural disasters.

Hong Kong's Air Rescue Service, provided by the Government Flying Service, has chosen Indra to be its flight and mission H175 helicopter simulator supplier through an open tender.

The pilots can define the most effective strategies to follow and drill until they perfect them. They can train for a wide variety of missions, including evacuation on offshore platforms, water landings, mountain search and rescue operations, wildfire suppression missions or evacuation operations after natural disasters.

The simulation system has been specially developed to provide high fidelity mission training. The pilot trains in a virtual world, which replicates real life scenarios and missions. “We are able to get the pilots to train as if they were performing a real operation,” explains Luis F. García business development director at Indra Training Solutions & Services.

Indra provides its systems with the same flight and avionics software employed in the real aircraft, aiming to replicate the aircraft's behaviour and ensuring the quality of training.

Indra's systems train military pilots for helicopters such as the NH90, Tiger, Cougar, Chinook, Blackhawk and Seahawk, AW159 Wildcat and the MH53. In the civil field, it has helicopter simulators for the Airbus EC135, H225, H175, AS350, H145 and EC145, Bell 212, and 412, and the Sikorsky S76. In addition to these are the winged aircraft simulators such as the A400M and the Eurofighter, among others, as well as Airbus A320, Boeing 737 and ATR 72 passenger aeroplanes.

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