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 CATI Training Systems, Delivers Aviation Research Simulator to AFRL
 Ozark, AL., November 8, 2019


CATI Training Systems, (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions, designed and delivered an Aviation Research Simulator to the United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH. The research simulator consists of a single seat cockpit with helicopter flight controls (collective, cyclic, pedals), monitor for displaying cockpit instruments, out the window high-resolution 4K display, and simulator/operation control interface. The cockpit was integrated to a Tactile Situation Awareness System (TSAS) and CATI’s high performance X-IG® v4.1 image generator, X-Gen® generic helicopter flight model, and SLAB-3D spatial audio system. AFRL will use the new aviation research simulator to conduct studies in the areas of Human Factors and Ergonomics (HF/E) as related to spatial disorientation, balance, localization, and navigation cues, degraded visual environments, etc. For more information, please contact Vincent Hill, Vice President of Business Development.

About United States Air Force Research Laboratory

The United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, home of the Wright brothers and the birthplace of aviation. AFRL is comprised of Technology Directorates, Functional Directorates, 711th Human Performance Wing, and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. AFRL leads the discovery, development, and delivery of warfighting technologies for air, space, and cyberspace forces. AFRL is pushing the boundaries and creating a new tomorrow through unparalleled research.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems will be exhibiting at the 2019 I/ITSEC Conference December 2-6
 Ozark, AL., November 1, 2019


CATI Training Systems, (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions is pleased to announce we will be exhibiting at the 2019 Interservice/ Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) between December 2-6, 2019. I/ITSEC is the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training event of the year, held annually at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida. Please come see us at Booth #3020. Walk-ins welcome or to schedule an appointment for a demonstration and discussions, please contact Vincent Hill, Vice President of Business Development.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems, Wins Major Upgrade Project for USAARL NUH-60FS.
 Ozark, AL., September 23, 2019


CATI Training Systems, (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions, was awarded the contract to upgrade the NUH-60FS Black Hawk Flight Simulator for the United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) at Fort Rucker, AL. The scope of work for this project includes facility renovation, removal of the existing visual system, installation of a new visual display system (including new collimated display, support structure and projectors), engineering and integration. CATI has partnered with RSi Visual Systems, Inc. (RSi). Under a sub-contract agreement RSi will deliver a full-motion CrossView 10R collimated optical display system with chin windows. When complete, the new simulator Image Generator System (IGS) will feature state of the art PC hardware and 12 channels of CATI X-IG®. For more information, please contact Vincent Hill, Vice President of Business Development.

About USAARL

The United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) is located at Fort Rucker, Ala., the home of Army aviation. It is one of six laboratories within the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. USAARL was established in 1962 to provide direct aviation medical research support to all Army aviation and airborne activities. USAARL owns, maintains, and operates a Black Hawk flight simulator (NUH-60FS) for conducting human factor research focused on the performance and survival of rotary wing Warfighters. The NUH-60FS Aeromedical Research Blackhawk Flight Simulator is the world’s only environmentally controlled, full-motion, full -visual aeromedical research flight simulator. The NUH-60FS plays a vital role supporting USAARL’s commitment to the aviator, the airborne Soldier, and the ground Warrior, to find medical solutions that reduce health hazards, prevent and mitigate injury, enhance performance, and save lives.

About RSi Visuals Systems, Inc.

RSi Visuals is the leading independent provider of Level D visual systems. Offering turnkey solutions for both new and legacy simulators, RSi’s family of Epic Visual System products combine state-of-the-art image generation and projection technologies for fixed-wing and rotary-wing applications. For over 20 years, RSi has been leading the advancement in visual technology for pilot training and has installed hundreds of Level D certified visual systems worldwide.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems, Participates in USAARL CAPTE/VCS Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
 Ozark, AL., September 17, 2019


CATI Training Systems, (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions participated in the formal ribbon cutting ceremony at the United States Army Aviation Research Laboratory (USAARL), Fort Rucker, Alabama for the unveiling of the Cockpit Academics Procedural Tool-Enhanced with Visual and Flight Control Systems (CAPTE/VCS). In August of this year CATI delivered the X-IG® Image Generator System (IGS) for SGB Enterprises’ CAPTE/VCS. The CAPTE/VCS is a highly effective and accurate training tool for start-up, shutdown, on-ground and in-air emergency procedures. The CAPTE/VCS provides state-of-the-art cockpit training and familiarization devices that reduce pilot training time, as well as cost and performance risk. All CAPTE/VCS are now paired with CATI X-IG® for a high-resolution out the window visual scene, providing the warfighter a life-like training experience in a virtual reality environment. USAARL will utilize the CAPTE/VCS for conducting experiments and studies to deliver scientific solutions that save lives and increase the performance of Army aviators, airborne soldiers, and ground warriors. For more information, please contact Vincent Hill, VP of Business Development.

About SGB Enterprises, Inc.

For more than twenty-five years, SGB Enterprises, Inc. has combined product design excellence and production expertise to a broad customer base for both military and commercial simulation training sectors. SGB is a systems integrator that designs and manufactures procedural trainers, flight training devices, flight simulators, maintenance trainers, and all the avionics and control components that make up the cockpits of those systems. SGB’s vertical integration and control over core processes allows SGB to maintain best value training solutions while achieving the highest level of fidelity and reliability that is required to train today’s aviators.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems Delivers Additional Black Hawk Aircrew Trainer Devices.
 Ozark, AL., September 3, 2019


CATI Training Systems, recently awarded and delivered the seventeenth (17th) & eighteenth (18th) X-IG® Image Generation System (IGS) for the Black Hawk Aircrew Trainer, known as “the BAT,” which is a immersive home-station UH-60M flight training device (FTD), comprised of a state-of-the-art collimated visual system (main display: 200 degree horizontal x 45 degree vert., with seven 2-megapixel projectors), a complete UH-60M cockpit, an Instructor Operator Station (IOS), and a vertically expandable container. The first prototype underwent DOS accreditation in October 2015, as a Level 7 equivalent FTD. Subsequent BAT devices are, or will be deployed to Ft Bliss, Ft Hood, Ft Carson, Ft Stewart, Camp Humphries, Iowa Army National Guard (ANG), Oklahoma ANG, Pennsylvania ANG, Michigan ANG, and Louisiana ANG. BAT features a modular design to maximize flexibility for future growth.
AMRDEC’s System Simulation & Development Directorate (SSDD) leads the effort to develop this UH-60 FTD.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems, Delivers 3 X-IG® to APEX Labs for CAPTE-VCS Program.
 Ozark, AL., August 9, 2019


CATI Training Systems, (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions delivered three X-IG® Image Generator Systems (IGS) in support of the Cockpit Academics Procedural Tool-Enhanced with Visual and Flight Control Systems (CAPTE/VCS) Program to the U.S. Army Aviation, Advanced Prototyping Engineering and Experimentation (APEX) Laboratory at Redstone Arsenal. The IGS will provide the visual system for three (3) Cockpit Procedural Trainers (CPT): a UH-60M, CH-47F and a standalone test system. The CAPTE-VCS is a highly effective and accurate training tool for start-up, shutdown, on-ground and in-air emergency procedures. Now paired with CATI X-IG® for a high-resolution out the window visual scene, the CAPTE-VCS truly provides the warfighter a life-like training experience in a virtual reality environment. For more information, please contact Vincent Hill, VP of Business Development.

About APEX Laboratory

The APEX Lab mission is to provide modeling and simulation (M&S) support of weapons system design early in the acquisition process. This is accomplished through several means including human-in-the-loop simulators, distributed simulation experimentation, and constructive simulation development. The APEX lab provides modeling and simulation support for all Branches of Service.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems, to Attend 2019 Fort Rucker Aviation Industry Day
 Ozark, AL., July 16, 2019


CATI Training Systems, please visit CATI at the 2019 Fort Rucker Aviation Industry Day, July 24-25, 2019 at THE LANDING on Fort Rucker AL. CATI has teamed with SGB Enterprises Inc. and Immersive Display Systems Inc. to create a highly capable, low-cost Flight Training Device (FTD) demonstration. The FTD will feature a UH-60M single seat cockpit complimented by a four-meter, six-channel dome display system. Visuals will feature CATI X-IG® image generator running the PLW Modelworks’ San Francisco database. Additionally, CATI will showcase our latest solutions for training, simulation, synthetic environments, and virtual reality featuring X-IG® Version 4.2 and a Virtual Reality (VR) helmet-mounted display system, the SA147/S provided by SA Photonics. To schedule a meeting or demonstration, please contact Vincent Hill, VP of Business Development.

About Immersive Display Systems, Inc.

Immersive Display Systems Inc. designs and integrates affordable applicationspecific cylindrical and spherical projected visual display solutions for visualization, simulation and training. Utilizing best of breed technology from our internal developments, in combination with our broad base of technological partnerships, our display solutions are the ideal environments for the simulation of highly immersive experiences. This includes flight, driving, maritime/ship bridge, Joint Fires/JTAC, ground combat, small arms virtual training, situational awareness, or other civilian, government or military operations that benefit from either a panoramic or completely immersed experience.

About SGB Enterprises, Inc.

For more than twenty-five years, SGB Enterprises, Inc has combined product design excellence and production expertise to a broad customer base for both military and commercial simulation training sectors. SGB is a systems integrator that designs and manufactures procedural trainers, flight training devices, flight simulators, maintenance trainers, and all the avionics and control components that make up those same systems’ cockpits. SGB’s vertical integration and control over core processes allow SGB to maintain best value training solutions while achieving the highest levels of fidelity and reliability that is required to train today’s aviators.

About SA Photonics

SA Photonics, one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of augmented reality (AR) head mounted displays (HMD), is pleased to be presenting its 147 degrees horizontal field of view head tracked AR HMD, the SA-147/S HMD driven by CATI’s X-IG® software. SA Photonics is a pioneer in the development and deployment of innovative photonics solutions for military and commercial applications, with particular expertise in augmented and virtual reality head mounted displays, optical communications, laser based sensors, ruggedized photonics hardware, and complex analog and digital components for sea, air, space and ground applications.

About PLW Modelworks

PLW Modelworks utilizes proprietary software to create industry leading 3D city models from any type of imagery provided by imagery providers around the globe. PLW city model buildings are accurate in location, structure, dimension, and detail. Buildings are represented as individually selectable, individually attributed objects. Flat surfaces and crisp edges define the true 3D building shape in a precise and lightweight representation for better performance. Highresolution texture mapping presents each building with its actual appearance, providing the instant recognition essential for applications where real-world accuracy matters. PLW Modelworks will work with you to provide a custom 3D model solution that exceeds your expectations.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems Completes FSXXI CH-47F OFT X-IG® 4.1 Upgrades
 Ozark, AL., June 24, 2019


CATI Training Systems (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions, was contracted by L3 Link Training and Simulation to supply X–IG Image Generator for a fourth CH-47F OFT Chinook Operational Flight Trainer (OFT) and upgrade of all three existing U.S. Army’s Flight School XXI (FSXXI) CH-47F OFT devices from X–IG 3.3 to X– IG 4.1. The CH-47F OFT4, was accepted and ready for training (RFT) by the U.S. Army in December of 2018. CATI’s latest X–IG Image Generator includes up-to-date industry technologies, significant performance improvements and the addition of an expanded library of content to include: more realistic blowing dust, weather effects, models, and vegetation options. The existing CH-47F OFT devices entered service this spring at the Warrior Hall facility in Daleville, AL. FSXXI was started in 2004 and trains as many as 1600 new student pilots per year.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems Delivers Additional Black Hawk Aircrew Trainer Devices.
 Ozark, AL., June 17, 2019


CATI Training Systems, recently awarded and delivered the sixteenth (16th) X-IG® Image Generation System (IGS) for the Black Hawk Aircrew Trainer, known as “the BAT,” which is a immersive home-station UH-60M flight training device (FTD), comprised of a state-of-the-art collimated visual system (main display: 200 degree horizontal x 45 degree vert., with seven 2-megapixel projectors), a complete UH-60M cockpit, an Instructor Operator Station (IOS), and a vertically expandable container. The first prototype underwent DOS accreditation in October 2015, as a Level 7 equivalent FTD. Subsequent BAT devices are, or will be deployed to Ft Bliss, Ft Hood, Ft Carson, Ft Stewart, Camp Humphries, Iowa Army National Guard (ANG), Oklahoma ANG, Pennsylvania ANG, Michigan ANG, and Louisiana ANG. BAT features a modular design to maximize flexibility for future growth.
AMRDEC’s System Simulation & Development Directorate (SSDD) leads the effort to develop this UH-60 FTD.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems Delivers X-IG® to China.
 Ozark, AL., May 29, 2019


CATI Training Systems (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions delivered two channels of X-IG® Image Generator Runtime licenses to Sea Stars Co., Ltd., a China based company. This initial delivery of X-IG® to Sea Stars paves the way for CATI to enter the rapidly expanding Asian simulation and training market.

About Sea Stars Co., Ltd.

Sea Stars is a well-established enterprise engaged in the application and development of simulation technology in China. They are a first-class technical strength with rich industry experience in simulation and virtual application fields such as virtual manufacturing, training simulators, simulation of electronic systems, and simulation of civilian technology venues. Sea Stars is homebased out of the China International Science & Technology Exhibition Center in Beijing China.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems Promotes Richard Stumpf to President.
 Ozark, AL., May 6, 2019


CATI Training Systems (CATI), a leader in innovative Image Generator and Simulation Solutions, is pleased to announce the promotion of Richard Stumpf to the position of President. Mr. Stumpf will be responsible for management of all company operations as CATI begins its new phase and subsidiary partnership with DynaLantic. Previously, Richard served as Vice President of Engineering for CATI and DynaLantic Corp. and has spent the last 30 years accumulating a wealth of experience in the simulation and aviation training industry. His experience with other simulation industry leaders such as Link, CAE, AAI, Hughes, and Raytheon bring comprehensive industry experience to the cutting-edge software development environment of CATI Training Systems.

“It is a delight to work with such a motivated and insightful group. The relaunch of CATI Training Systems is an exciting time for us” Stumpf said. “I am truly honored to have the trust of their leadership bestowed upon me.”

   Richard Stumpf President, CATI Training Systems

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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 CATI Training Systems, CATI to Attend AAAA – 2019 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit.
 Ozark, AL., April 10, 2019


CATI Training Systems, please visit CATI Training Systems at AAAA 2019, April 14-16, 2019 in the Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center Nashville, TN. As part of the CATI Training Systems’ return to AAAA, CATI will be showcasing our latest solutions for training, simulation, synthetic environments, and virtual reality featuring X-IG® Version 4.2 and our Virtual Reality (VR) helmet mounted display system. Please join us in Booth #2803. X-IG® will also be featured at SGB Enterprises’ Booth #1082 on a Q4 DirectVue® Dome. To schedule a meeting or demonstration, please contact Vincent Hill, VP of Business Development.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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  CATI Training Systems Delivers Sikorsky’s S-97 Raider SIL Upgrade


Ozark, AL., November 29, 2018 - CATI Training Systems was recently awarded and delivered X-IG® Image Generator upgrades to the Sikorsky S97 Raider System Integration Laboratory (SIL). Supporting Sikorsky Research & Development efforts since 2003, CATI now has over a dozen X-IG® Image Generator multi-channel systems and sensor channels for tactical missions, in a variety of aircraft testing and integration labs including Joint Multi-Role (JMR) and Future Vertical Lift (FVL) variants.

About Sikorsky Aircraft, a Lockheed Martin Company

Sikorsky Aircraft, headquartered in Stratford, Connecticut, United States, remains a leading helicopter manufacturer, producing such well-known models as the UH-60 Black Hawk and SH-60 Seahawk. The Sikorsky S-97 Raider is a high-speed scout and attack compound helicopter based on the Advancing Blade Concept (ABC), under development by Sikorsky Aircraft. The S-97 Raider® helicopter can fly 276 miles per hour, nearly double the speed of an average helicopter. Raider is part of the X2 family – a next-generation light tactical prototype helicopter capable of carrying six troops and external weapons. The Sikorsky S-97 made its maiden flight on 22 May 2015.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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  CATI Training Systems Delivers Additional BAT Device


October 30, 2018 - CATI Training Systems, recently awarded and delivered the fifteenth (15th) X-IG® Image Generation System (IGS) for the Black Hawk Aircrew Trainer, known as “the BAT,” which is a immersive home-station UH-60M flight training device (FTD), comprised of a state-of-the-art collimated visual system (main display: 200 degree horizontal x 45 degree vert., with seven 2-megapixel projectors), a complete UH-60M cockpit, an Instructor Operator Station (IOS), and a vertically expandable container. The first prototype underwent DOS accreditation in October 2015, as a Level 7 equivalent FTD. Subsequent BAT devices are, or will be deployed to Ft Bliss, Ft Hood, Ft Carson, Ft Stewart, Camp Humphries, Iowa Army National Guard (ANG), Oklahoma ANG, Pennsylvania ANG, Michigan ANG, and Louisiana ANG. BAT features a modular design to maximize flexibility for future growth.
AMRDEC’s System Simulation & Development Directorate (SSDD) leads the effort to develop this UH-60 FTD.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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  CATI Training Systems CATI to Attend I/ITSEC 2018


Ozark, AL., November 13, 2018 - CATI Training Systems, please visit CATI Training Systems at I/ITSEC 2018, November 26 -29 2018 in the South Concourse at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. As part of the CATI Training Systems relaunch, CATI will be showing our latest solutions for training, simulation, synthetic environments and virtual reality featuring X-IG® Version 4.2 and our Virtual Reality (VR) helmet mounted display system. Please join us in booth #1958. You can also see CATI X-IG® in action at the following locations: 3D-Perception (booth 871), Digital Projection Inc. (booth 1908), Canon (booth 2401), SA Photonics (booth 620), and General Dynamics Information Technology (booth 685). To schedule a meeting or demonstration, please contact Vincent Hill.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

  CATI Training Systems Delivers Additional BAT Device


October 30, 2018 - CATI Training Systems, recently awarded and delivered the fourteenth (14th) X-IG® Image Generation System (IGS) for the Black Hawk Aircrew Trainer, known as “the BAT,” which is a immersive home-station UH-60M flight training device (FTD), comprised of a state-of-the-art collimated visual system (main display: 200 degree horizontal x 45 degree vert., with seven 2-megapixel projectors), a complete UH-60M cockpit, an Instructor Operator Station (IOS), and a vertically expandable container. The first prototype underwent DOS accreditation in October 2015, as a Level 7 equivalent FTD. Subsequent BAT devices are, or will be deployed to Ft Bliss, Ft Hood, Ft Carson, Ft Stewart, Camp Humphries, Iowa Army National Guard (ANG), Oklahoma ANG, Pennsylvania ANG, Michigan ANG, and Louisiana ANG. BAT features a modular design to maximize flexibility for future growth.
AMRDEC’s System Simulation & Development Directorate (SSDD) leads the effort to develop this UH-60 FTD.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI is headquartered in Ozark, AL, was initially incorporated in 1992 as Carmel Applied Technologies, Inc. CATI entered the competitive visual system providers market in 1997 with an OpenGL Silicon Graphics (SGI) based image generator, X–IG®. CATI Training Systems continues to provide engineering services and products for government, commercial, and civilian organizations around the world. Today, CATI′s image generator solutions and UAS Training devices are all PC– based. CATI′s image generators are specifically designed around industrystandard OpenGL, a high-performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API), and OpenFlight, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry. The open design of X–IG® and X–Gen®, run on 100% Commercial-Off the Shelf (COTS) PC–based hardware and software. This allows us to offer high-performance, versatile capabilities for various types of training, testing, and experimentation. X-IG® and its suite of associated tools and programs offer superior image fidelity, realism, and ease of integration with most simulation systems. Every system CATI delivers provides unmatched ease of use, open architecture, COTS tools, and flexible interface options as well as low acquisition, overhead, and life cycle support costs.

Contact:

Vincent C. Hill
Vice President Business Development
CATI Training Systems
C: 850-461-9642
O: 334-598-1319

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