Training and Simulation for Night Vision Systems

This masterclass will give attendees the opportunity to hear about the latest technology in training in Night Vision Systems.

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Training and Simulation for Night Vision Systems 9 Dec 2014 Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London, United Kingdom
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Following from its successful conference series, SMi Group are proud to introduce its masterclass taking place on 9th December 2014 in Central London.
Night Vision operations continue to grow in importance with EASA/CAA/FAA licensing and aircraft clearances being extended into civilian air operations. The military has always had these clearances since early 1970s. Training is still generally carried out using the aircraft but with some simulation.

This masterclass looks at Virtual Terrain Image Generation for Night Vision Googles (NVGs) and provides interactive high fidelity simulation and training for both air and ground operations, GLONASS, in line with announcements made in July.

The Masterclass will be hosted by:

Squadron Leader Douglas Vine RAF Retd, Human Factors and Night Vision Specialist, Vineyard Consultancy Services

Why You Need to Attend:

- Hear about the latest technology in training in Night Vision Systems
- Have the opportunity to better formulate your night vision training to better your squadron's performance
- Have the opportunity to raise questions of interest to you during group discussions

To download a brochure visit us online or contact Chris Biyenge on tel +44 (0)20 7827 6056 or email

Masterclass Price: £599

From: December 09, 2014 09:00
To: December 09, 2014 12:30

Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street, WC1N 1HT, London, United Kingdom


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