Training with AeroSIM-RC
Users to be proud of
CEGADrone, a leading company specialized in the industrial sector, uses AeroSIM RC simulators for its training courses, and collaborates in the improvement of the simulated scenarios of the energy sector.
AeroSIM RC used for demonstration purposes at Hi!Drone technology fair at Málaga, Spain.
CEGADrone stand at Hi!Drone technology fair at Málaga, Spain.
Training session at Alicante, Spain
One of the many Training Courses delivered by Drone-School, where students practise with AeroSIM-RC.
Quincy Junior High School
USA, Washington, Quincy Junior High Drone/UAV Club funded by Microsoft
Students in 7th and 8th grade working on the training program in AeroSIM-RC.
STEM Bus USA
Future UAV Pilots start at STEMBusUSA.
STEMbusUSA partners with educators to excite students to pursue a STEM career
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
Australian Air Force Cadets
Australia, Joondalup, Australian Air Force Cadets at No 723 Squadron
Australian Air Force Cadets at No 723 Squadron in Joondalup
Western Australia give the 'thumbs up' while using their new AeroSIM-RC flight simulators.
Spain, Madrid, Cuatro Vientos Airport
AEROMAX uses AeroSIM-RC during the initial RPA training courses, before engaging real flights.
Photo courtesy of Escuela de Vuelo AEROMAX E-ATO-104.
France, Tomblaine, Aérodrome de Nancy - Essey
CFAD has a dedicated room equipped with five AeroSIM-RC simulators.The students familiarise with the controller and the aircraft and identifies each action (lift, tilt, roll, pan).Then performs a series of pre-determined exercises under instructor supervision.
Croce Rossa Italiana
Italy, Bologne Training Center
Croce Rossa new training centre - press note
Press conference making use of AeroSIM-RC
Scenario of Bologne Airport with a crashed airplane for Emergency Exercise reharsal
Briefing the Emergency Exercise
Croce Rossa Italiana Training Center at Bologne
Training session with AeroSIM-RC
Icarus Drone Services
Drone Security and Emergency Solutions Integrator
Using AeroSIM-RC during one of IDS training sessions in Africa
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School
USA, Georgia, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School
STEAM classes (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) give the students the opportunity to research, collaborate, design and innovate while working on a team with peers to solve real-world problems
Students working with AeroSIM-RC simulator