"anyone who stops improving has stopped being good" (Philip Rosenthal)
2014-12 DESDEMONA UPRT article in CAT Journal
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On Sunday 7th December the delegates of the 4th SD & NV Training Workshop had an optional programme to visit the BERGWACHT BAYERN – Bavarian Mountain Rescue Service - Bad Tölz, Germany, where helicopter rescue simulation is carried from Hoisting to casualty evacuation. Many thanks to the whole team for both the introduction and the impressive demonstration.
The 4th SD & NV Training Workshop was held in the Sheraton Hotel, Salzburg from the 4th - 7th December 2014. This event attracted 80 delegates from 22 countries and this year’s theme was “The Human Factor: Enhancing human performance through Simulation”. We would like to thank the delegates and sponsors for their excellent support which made this event another very successful Workshop.
The Site Acceptance Test (SAT) of the Hypobaric Chamber (HPO) for the Myanmar Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) was successfully performed in November 2014. The client was extremely pleased with the way of the project handling and the functionality and operation of the high altitude chamber. Many Thanks to the project manager and the entire team who have done a great job.
AMST-Systemtechnik GmbH has passed the Site Acceptance Test (SAT) for the first project in Denmark. AMST delivered a Night Vision Training System (NVTS), which was set up in the Flyvestation Skalstrup in Gadstrup. We would like to thank the customer for their excellent cooperation and the project team for the perfect project execution.
2014-10 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The Positive Pressure Breathing Trainer – PPB-T has successfully passed the Final Acceptance Test in October 2014. Franz Pflug and his team managed this project within a period of 12 months. This has been the first contract with KSA AFMSD, the team was impressed about the quality, performance and in-time delivery of AMST.