Orlando, FL, December 1, 2008 — Aechelon Technology, Inc. This year Aechelon Technology celebrates its 10th anniversary of serving its customers and has announced delivery of its 100th trainer visual system, with number 120 already on order.
P-8A and T45 UMFO trainers with The Boeing Company, a large visual upgrade for the Air Force Research Lab with L-3 Communications, five US Army CH-47F trainers with WestWind Technologies, next generation units of MH-60S and MH-60R with CAE USA, the US Marines UH-1N/CH-46E/CH-53E trainer with Aero Simulation, the CH-53E WST trainer with J.F. Taylor, and several other undisclosed programs and primes including the US Government.
In addition, several NPSI compliant databases have been delivered during this year and additional ones are in production with hundreds of Terabytes being processed. Among them are West Pacific (Japan and Korea), East and West Coast USA, South West Asia (Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Hormuz), South East Asia and the Horn of Africa.
This year at I/ITSEC’08 in Orlando, Aechelon Technology will introduce additional innovations in Image Generators and Databases at its booth #507.
About Aechelon Technology, Inc
Aechelon Technology, Inc. is a leader in real time computer graphics applications for training, simulation and entertainment markets. The company provides COTS-based, high resolution,
multi-channel, geo-specific image generators, OTW and correlated sensor databases and integration services. The company’s image generators are field proven, and are delivered with full logistics support and documentation. Aechelon Technology is ISO 9001:2008 certified, and is located on the Internet at www.aechelon.com and headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
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