San Francisco, Calif. — 21 September 2021 — Aechelon Technology, Inc. announced today it has been awarded a Long Term Agreement (LTA) by LEONARDO Helicopter Division for Image Generator Solutions in support of their next-generation Helicopter Training Devices for various customers around the world.
Aechelon Technology supplies and will supply their state-of-the-art pC-NOVA Nucleus™ 8-GPU capable Image Generators, a true multi-spectral multi-channel compact image generator featuring Multi-GPU NVIDIA® Quadro® with a dramatically reduced footprint. The Aechelon Nucleus incorporates GPU-based simulation and stimulation of simultaneous OTW, NVG, and other correlated sensors.
Aechelon Technology will also provide its Global Commercial database as well as custom database development.
Leonardo Helicopters, relying on its distinctive in-house capability of designing, manufacturing, and operating cutting-edge Training Devices, has developed a comprehensive portfolio of desktop/procedural trainers, VR-based trainers, Full Crew Trainers, up to Full Flight Simulator Lev. D and has already delivered more than 150 training devices worldwide. Leonardo has also the capability of developing training devices for non-Leonardo platforms, fixed-wing, RUAV, ships with the possibility to create networking between heterogeneous devices to simulate complex scenarios
About Aechelon Technology
Aechelon Technology 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 fielded, proven, and are delivered with full logistics support and documentation. Aechelon Technology is ISO 9001:2015 certified, and is located on the Internet at www.aechelon.com and headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
Aechelon Technology and pC-NOVA Nucleus are trademarks of Aechelon Technology, Inc. Quadro is a registered trademark of NVIDIA