Mi-17V-5 (domestic designation Mi-8MTV-5) is a military transport variant in the Mi-8/17 family of helicopters. It is produced by Kazan Helicopters, a subsidiary of Russian Helicopters.
Russian company CSTS Dinamika specialises in the development, manufacture and after-sales support of the full spectrum of flight simulation training devices for both air crews and maintenance staff. Today CSTS Dinamika has hundreds of different flight simulators and other devices ranging from CBT to FFS and FMS offering training in the whole operational envelope.
Our core businesses include:
- Development and series production of flight simulators for any rotary-wing and fixed-wing aircraft
- Engineering simulators aimed to support researches and projects on advanced aircraft development in terms of dynamics and control systems, ergonomics, flight testing preparation and support, and aircraft final development
- CBT for flight crews and engineering staff basic training
- Multifunctional tactical training complexes
Flight simulators for military and civil fixed and rotary-wing aircraft
CSTS Dinamika is a Russian leader in the sphere of flight simulators for military fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. Today the company’s priority is re-equipment of AFA, training centers and combatant units with modern simulation training devices that enable flight crews’ training on a completely new level and in real-world conditions. The company has supplied flight simulators and training devices for the Su-33, Su-34, L-39, MiG-29, Il-78 as well as for helicopters such as the Mi-8MTV, Mi-171, Mi-17-1V, Mi-24PN, Mi-24P, Mi-28N, Mi-35M, and Ka-52.
Dinamika is accomplishing a number of contracts for civil aviation participating in the Superjet-100 and MS-21 programs. CSTS Dinamika is responsible for the development of the research simulator for the Sukhoi company and a simulation complex comprising different-type flight simulation training devices for the MS-21 upcoming near-mid-range airliner.
Military and civil aircraft engineering simulators
Another important business area is the development of engineering simulators to support research and development on advanced aircraft. These simulators enable researches and analysis in aircraft control systems, adjustment of real on-board equipment and flight tests support. CSTS Dinamika’s flight simulators are operated by TsAGI, GosNIIAS, RAC MiG, Sukhoi, Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company, and Irkut company.
Military and civil flight simulator training
CSTS Dinamika is extending to the world market. Two motion-base research simulators are installed in the Chinese CFTE and FACRI institutes; a MiG-29 FMS was supplied to Myanmar Air Force as a joint project with RAC MiG; the Mi-17-1V is operated by Mexican Navy Training Center as a project of CSTS Dinamika and SPARK, JSC; the MiG-31 FMS was supplied to Kazakhstan Air Force as a joint project of CSTS Dinamika, RAC MiG, and Russian Avionics, JSC.
The year 2010 saw CSTS Dinamika participating in the project on the International Training Center HTP Ostrava CZ aimed at crews training for the Mi-171 type. CSTS Dinamika has delivered a full spectrum of flight simulation training devices including the Mi-171 FTD and CBT with a sling-load operator PTT and NVG imitator coming soon.
In the network of the 7th European frame program sponsored by the European Commission, CSTS Dinamika is taking part in the simualtion of upset recovery in aviation (SUPRA) project. CSTS Dinamika is developing SW for real-time simulation of airliners upset and stall recovery.
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