The system, which can perform debriefing in record time, is based on the EHUD, air combat manouvering instrumentation (ACMI) system, IAI stated.
IAI’s MALAM division has designed the debriefing system to cater to the special requirements of the IAF and the Blue Flag exercise.
The debriefing system is capable of automatically integrating data from various training systems of different aircraft platforms and airforces.
It also provides a unified air combat view of all participating aircraft and air threat.
The system’s database of training scenarios enables full documentation for future insights and learning.
IAI/MALAM Division general manager Jacob Galifat said: “The debriefing system we developed replaces the manual feeding of training scenarios, thus enhancing the learning process and insights from drills of this scope.
“The air training services provided by IAI to multinational drills allow our clients to gain the most from each drill.
“They also allow countries, which do not have training systems to fully participate in complex exercises and large-scale trainings.
“This is another step in the evolution of our long-standing EHUD system, which is broadly deployed in airforces across the globe.”
In addition to using the debriefing system, IAI provided on-demand air practice services and leased EHUD, ACMI system.
IAI said its training experts supported the implementation of the debriefing system.
Blue Flag 2017 witnessed participation of airforces from the US, Poland, Greece, Germany, Italy, France, India, and other countries.