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U.S. Army - Air Maneuver Battle Laboratory
OH-58D Kiowa Warrior
The U.S.Army Air Maneuver Battle Laboratory (AMBL) in Fort Rucker, AL made an urgent request to ZedaSoft to develop a version of the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior that could demonstrate a new nose-mounted sensor system (NMS) integrated into the standard Mission Equipment Package (MEP).
The tactical mission simulation includes:
This platform simulation was developed in three months by five software engineers, and was integrated into a full cockpit with controls and visual system in the fourth month. Two OH-58D simulators were delivered in January 2010 to the U.S. Army Air Maneuver Battle Laboratory in Fort Rucker, AL. They were used successfully for the Analysis of Alternatives study directed by the Pentagon for Manned/Unmanned aircraft alternatives in February and March 2010, producing viable research results that were published on May 6 of 2010.
A view of the CPG's MFD with the Nose-Mounted Sensor (NMS) page displayed.
AH-64D Apache Upgrade
The U.S. Army Air Maneuver Battle Lab also requested that we update their AH-64A simulators to a Block II Lot 10 AH-64D. ZedaSoft developed this AH-64D with the CBA® for Simulation framework which includes the following capabilities:
A view of the apache pilot virtual station. The left MPD is a view of the weapons page with with video underlay. The right MPD is the Tactical Situation Display (TSD) with the map underlay utilizing ZedaSoft's Map Server.