(St. Louis, 21.11.2011) The Boeing Company will showcase extensive training and simulation solutions during the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Nov. 28 - Dec. 1 in Orlando, Fla.
"Boeing looks forward to demonstrating to our customers the products and technology essential to training and preparing the warfighters of today and the future," said Mark McGraw, Boeing vice president, Training Systems & Services.
Boeing will display its Virtual Mission Board -- a multi-touch table for mission planning and rehearsal, exercise control and after-action reviews for military ground forces -- and the Apache Multi-Role Trainer, which allows students to train on Apache cockpit procedures, maintenance operational checks, weapons systems communications and crew coordination.
In the virtual training arena, Boeing will demonstrate the Australian Super Hornet Integrated Visual Environment Maintenance Trainer -- the first fully integrated Super Hornet maintenance device that enables training across all major F/A-18E/F systems and sub-systems -- and the Apache/Chinook Virtual Maintenance Training demonstrator, which incorporates high-resolution photos, graphics, 3-D models, videos, and system simulations to facilitate system identification and location, proper operation and troubleshooting.
The Boeing booth also will feature training and mission planning solutions from Boeing subsidiaries Argon ST and Tapestry Solutions, as well as a Boeing Flight Services kiosk that showcases a comprehensive portfolio of pilot, crew and maintenance training products, services and support for the commercial, business and general aviation markets.