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Customers and Programs

AMBL Air Maneuver Battle Lab
URS TSET, formerly CATI Training Systems has been an integral part of Fort Rucker′s Air Maneuver Battle Lab (AMBL) since 2001. CATI has numerous channels of X–IG supporting multiple platforms in support of their mission to lead the application of advanced war gaming, experimentation and virtual simulation.
Facility Support
21st CAV 21st Cavalry Brigade
URS developed, delivered, trained and provided sustainment training support of the 21st Cavalry Brigade for Task Force ODIN Warrior A aircraft and sensor operators with a simulation training capability that replicates the Warrior A Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Ground Control Station (GCS). This service included one full-time engineer/trainer present on site to develop scenarios and enhance software to meet specified and emerging training needs. The simulation replicated the controls, flight, sensor, weapons characteristics and functionality of the actual Warrior A UAS in a simulated, high-fidelity, realistic environment.
Training Support
Compro Coast Guard
In a full and open competition under the United States Navy′s Naval Air Warfare Center – Training Systems Division (NAWC–TSD) Training Systems 2000 Omnibus Contract, the Coast Guard selected the Visual Upgrade solution proposed by the American Systems Corporation (ASC) Team. For the visual upgrade effort, CATI was selected to replace the legacy Evans & Sutherland ESIG–600™ visual system with the PC–based X–IG Visual System. CATI also provided new visual databases of Juneau, Alaska and Mobile, Alabama. This upgrade included 1 and 10 meter geo–specific imagery around airfields, as well as high–detailed VFR references, as part of this upgrade.
NCR, Wave Models, 1E, HH65 CG SLEP, HU25, RCPT & MH60
Compro L–3 Communications
X–IG was selected by the winning industry team to provide Image Generation Systems and Geo Specific Imagery databases to this program. X–IG is installed on all of the OH–58D, UH–60 and CH–47 Operational Flight Trainer′s (OFTs) and Instrument Flight Trainer′s (IFTs) supporting Initial Entry Rotary Wing Training. Again, X–IG was selected to leverage the LSMP and ABHFS programs to provide Image Generation Systems and Geo Specific Imagery databases to this program. Three prototype transportable devices have been developed and are in use supporting IKPT training for the UH-60M courses at Ft Rucker. Current plans are to deploy device #3 to theatre. Each of these systems utilizes 8 channels of X–IG. All of the Geo Specific Imagery databases developed for other US Army programs can be utilized on TBOS in addition to contingency areas planned for the near future. In June 2008 L3 Communications awarded CATI the JCA program. X–IG was selected as the winning IG to provide Image Generation Systems and Geo Specific Imagery databases to this program. X–IG is being installed on the first of the JCA trainers being developed by L3 Communications. The database footprint is the World database in 15 meter, and the CONUS database in 10 meter. Initially 6 airfields are being modeled in a 300 x 300 NMI gaming area located around Warner Robbins AFB.
Compro SAIC
A leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration and technical services and solutions.
Facility Support
Compro Rockwell Collins
CATI was awarded a Phase I, II and III SBIR to develop a “Vertical Flight Deck Operations Trainer” that is used to train Landing Signal Enlisted (LSE) and Helicopter Control Officer (HCO) personnel how to properly signal and control helicopters landing on U.S. Navy ships. The Phase I Effort focused on determining the requirements for training and demonstrating a prototype of the LSE portion of the trainer. This success has led to Phase II and now Phase III in which CATI has fielded 4 devices to the fleet in both classroom and portable configurations with more on order.
Compro Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
Sikorsky procured a visual channel for an engineering development simulator for the U.S. Navy SEAHAWK (SH–60), which performs an array of sea borne operations, including submarine hunting, missile targeting, anti-surface ship warfare, strike warfare and search and rescue. The visual system consists of CATI′s X–IG image generation software running on COTS PC Hardware and COTS graphics cards. There is no proprietary firmware or middle ware of any type. Ordered by the flight simulation facility in Stratford, Connecticut, Sikorsky purchased two visual channels for use on an engineering development simulator for their newest medium-lift helicopter, the S–92. The S–92 first flew in December 1998 and received flight certification in 2002. Based on U.S. Army BLACK HAWK and U.S. Navy SEAHAWK helicopters, the S–92 serves a variety of commercial and international utility needs, including passenger (19–22 capacity), cargo, aero-medical, search and rescue and resource development support. The S–92 is also designed for offshore oil and executive transport use. With its low purchase price and operating cost, roomy interior and quiet cabin, the S–92 stands to become one of Sikorsky′s most useful and versatile helicopters to hit the skies.
SH–60 / S–92
In a full and open competition under the United States Navy′s Naval Air Warfare Center – Training Systems Division (NAWC–TSD) Training Systems 2000 Omnibus Contract, the Navy selected the visual solution proposed by the NLX and CATI team. CATI provided a 5 Channel X–IG PC–based Image Generation system along with a Database Development Generation System (DBGS) to the U.S. Navy in 2005. CATI also provided new visual databases of the T–45 visual gaming areas including 1 and 10-meter geo-specific imagery around airfields, and high-detailed VFR references, and low–level training routes as part of this procurement. In 2007 CATI was awarded a study contract by the US Navy′s Naval Air Warfare Center at Pax River to perform a study of the delivered trainers. This study identified several areas for improvement, including host to IG interface rewrites and upgrades to the existing hardware platforms. CATI was subsequently awarded in 2008 another contract to perform the upgrades to the hardware and install the latest revision of X–IG better utilizing the higher performance offered by the new graphics cards. CATI also delivered their EME enabling the on-site support personnel to make “real–time” updates to the delivered database.
T–45C Operational Flight Trainers Devices (T45 Study) and T–45 Computer Upgrade
Compro US Army Aviation and Missile command AMSAM-AC-BH
TBOS Afganstan Data, TBOS PM Support, TBOS DEVICE NO.3, TBOS Engineering support, TBOS Sprix, NLX Corporation, Korean Database Upgrade – Transportable Black Hawk Ops Simulator (TBOS), TBOS Device 4–7
Compro ATTC
Facility Support
Compro Compro Computer Science
Italian Database
Compro Northrop Grumman
CATI was selected in competition to provide a visual system solution to Northrop Grumman (NG) for their in house E2 SIL Simulator. This solution will pave the way for NG to complete their conversion of the aircraft model from E2C to E2D. This conversion is centered on a robust digital avionics suite to allow all weather, day, night and sensor operations in support of the Warfighter Mission.
CATI also provided an E–2D in flight refueling configured model for use by NG to perform simulated flight tests of this new configuration.
CATI was additionally awarded a contract to provide a database of the entire United Arab Emirates (UAE) and parts of the surrounding countries for installation on the E–2D SIL simulator.
E2D, UAE Database
Compro Joint Venture Yulista and Science and Engineering Services, Inc. (JVYS)
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Sky Warrior A
Compro Science & Engineering Services Inc. (SESI)
UAS Briefing
Compro Veraxx
Compro Alion Science & Technology
Compro PM Utility
X–IG was selected in a competitive bid to provide Image Generation Systems and Geo Specific Imagery databases to this program. Three full flight motion based simulators with wide displays were developed and fielded to three Army Reserve and National Guard training locations, each with their geo specific local flying area database. Each device was configured with 7 channels of X–IG. In addition, all of the 14 databases delivered to the LSMP program can be utilized by these devices. On June 17, 2002, U.S. Army Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM), part of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, awarded NLX Corporation a $30M initial contract with options for an additional $17M to complete the upgrade of all UH–60A/L and CH–47D flight simulators. The modernization program made the simulators concurrent with the actual aircraft as well as provided improved capability and functionality. This allows U.S. Army Black Hawk and Chinook aviators to retain aircrew operational efficiency and obtain mission readiness skills in a realistic training environment.
CATI delivered five-channel X–IG visual systems for all twenty-four (24) flight simulators, as well as developed high-resolution, geo-specific databases 14 Army training areas. CATI also integrated the X–IG′s 3D wave model for training Joint Shipboard procedures to the Army helicopter pilots.
Compro Canadian Air Force
The EH101 “Cormorant” is a variant of the highly successful EH101 medium-lift helicopter developed jointly by GKN Westland Helicopters of the UK and Agusta SpA of Italy.
Atlantis Systems International selected CATI as their visual system supplier for the EH101 Cormorant Cockpit Procedures Trainer based on the success of the C–2A OFT and CATI′s commitment to customer satisfaction. The CPT uses a three-channel PC–based X–IG visual system to provide full-scene anti-aliasing for Canadian EH101 pilots.
EH101 Cormorant Cockpit Procedures Trainer
Compro American Systems Corporation
The United States Navy′s Naval Air Warfare Center – Training Systems Division (NAWC–TSD) awarded a contract to American Systems Corporation (ASC) to build an OFT for the E–2C aircraft. ASC selected CATI as their visual system supplier for the E–2C OFT based on the success of the C–2A OFT and CATI′s commitment to customer satisfaction. The E–2C OFT′s use a three–channel PC-based X–IG Image Generator System providing full-scene anti-aliasing for Navy E–2C pilots, and is installed at various Naval Air Stations.
Compro Aero Simulation, Inc.
The United States Navy′s Naval Air Warfare Center – Training Systems Division (NAWC-TSD) awarded a contract to Aero Simulation, Inc. (ASI) to build an OFT for the C–2A aircraft. Aero Simulation, Inc. selected CATI as their visual system supplier for the C–2A OFT. The Image Generator System provides full-scene anti-aliasing for Navy C–2A pilots, and is installed at NAS North Island in San Diego, CA. ASI selected CATI based not only on the real-time performance of the X–IG, but also on CATI′s commitment to customer satisfaction.
Compro United Airlines
CATI was selected by United Airlines to upgrade their 747–200 simulator at the flight training center in Denver, CO. CATI provided the entire visual solution, IG, displays and database to achieve FAA certification. In June of 2006 the device received a Level C certification with a path to Level D .
Compro Gulfstream
CATI was selected in a competitive procurement to provide a total out the window visual solution to support development of Gulfstream′s next generation passenger jet, the G–6. X–IG′s open architecture, flexibility and robust capabilities allowed Gulfstream to develop multiple scenarios to simulate day, night and all weather conditions in the flight envelope.


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