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Implementation and realization the spatial disorientation simulator in Deblin


On September 18th, 2013, in Polish Air Force Academy in Deblin the implementation and realization of project entitled “Comprehensive system of research and training for spatial disorientation disorders occurring during the piloting of military and civilian aircraft” was held during an official ceremony.

Spatial disorientation simulator is the result of a developmental project No. O R00 0116 09 financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in 2009-2012, implemented through the cooperation of ETC-PZL Aerospace Industries in the scientific and industrial consortium with the Polish Air Force Academy and Military Institute of Aviation Medicine. Thanks to this very modern simulator trained pilots will have the opportunity to learn about a very dangerous phenomenon of spatial disorientation, they will learn to recognize them and build proper habits to minimize the risks associated with it.

Media coverage of the event:

TVP Lublin: “Nowoczesny symulator. Sprzęt światowej klasy w Szkole Orląt”

naszemiasto.pl: “Dęblin: Szkoła Orląt zyskała nowoczesny symulator. Jedyny taki w kraju”

polska-zbrojna.pl: “Niebezpieczne loty? Najpierw na symulatorze”

lotniczapolska.pl: “Symulator dezorientacji pomoże w szkoleniu lotników”








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