IDEX 2021: CAE showcases defence and security innovations at IDEX & NAVDEX 2021
CAE, the leading global training and mission systems integrator, presents its latest defence and security innovations at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) and the Naval Defence and Maritime Security Exhibition (NAVDEX). The events take place simultaneously in Abu Dhabi from February 21 to 25, 2021.
As part of the CAE Trax Academy pilot training continuum, the CAE Sprint VR trainer can help regional air forces continue to streamline pilot training by leveraging new digital technologies. (Picture source: CAE)
CAE’s innovations include digitally immersive training and operational support solutions that help meet end user readiness requirements. At IDEX, the company will showcase the CAE Trax Academy – a comprehensive pilot training continuum that delivers faster, better and more efficient pilot throughput. Part of the CAE Trax Academy is the CAE Sprint Virtual Reality (VR) trainer. The company will also demonstrate its remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) training solutions at their stand (Hall 1 #01-A21) during IDEX.
More on CAE Trax Academy:
• Virtual reality-enabled courseware to learn at your own pace
• CAE Rise (Real-time Insights and Standardised Evaluations) – a data-driven training system leveraging big data analytics and artificial intelligence to objectively assess performance.
• CAE Sprint Virtual Reality (VR) trainer that includes a VR headset, haptics, physical flight controls and a CAE Medallion image generator to deliver a high-fidelity and realistic virtual environment.
At NAVDEX, CAE demonstrates VSTEP’s bridge simulator which is part of the comprehensive Naval Doctrine Training Centre (NDTC) the company is delivering to the UAE Navy.
CAE has been a long-term partner of defence forces and governments within the Middle East. The company has been doing business in the region since the early 1980’s and has its regional headquarters office in Abu Dhabi.
CAE works closely with the UAE Air Force, UAE Navy and UAE Joint Aviation Command (JAC).
In the lead-up to IDEX and NAVDEX, Thibaut Trancart, Managing Director – Middle East at CAE, said: “We look forward to showcasing our latest solutions and connecting with our partners at IDEX and NAVDEX 2021. CAE brings global expertise and innovation to develop the capabilities, readiness, performance and security requirements of defence forces throughout the world. Our vision for the region strongly aligns with the priorities of our customers.”
CAE’s presence at IDEX and NAVDEX 2021 follows the CAE OneWorld 2021 virtual conference and tradeshow that the company launched on February 9, 2021 and is now streaming online through March 8, 2021.