F-16 Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) Aerial Refueling Trainer (DART)
QuantaDyn is under contract to develop for the Air National Guard an F-16 Distributed
Mission Operations Aerial Refueling Trainer (DART). The DART will incorporate DMO Level 5 Aerial Refueling
(AR) requirements. The DART will be used as the receiver aircraft for the Boom Operator Simulation System
(BOSS) DMO testing and demonstration.
Air National Guard (ANG) Advanced Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) Training
System (AAJTS) Program
QuantaDyn is under contract to deliver the AAJTS for Air National Guard (ANG) Air Support
Operations Squadrons (ASOS) and ANG Special Tactics Squadrons (STS). The AAJTS will be employed for both
stand-alone training at the unit squadron level and Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) via the Air Reserve
Component Network (ARCNet). The AAJTS will be used by the ASOS and STS for continuation training in various facets
of the Close Air Support (CAS) mission, coordination with various DoD entities, training and evaluation of staff
functionality, and conducting simulated CAS control missions required by AFI 13-112 Volume 1 and the Joint Terminal
Attack Controller (JTAC) Memorandum of Agreement.
Affordable, Reconfigurable Aerial Refueling Part-Task Trainer SBIR Phase II
QuantaDyn is under contract to AVT Simulation to provide and develop aerial refueling
modeling software for two prototype Pilot simulators for operational and tactical air-to-air refueling training.
The prototype devices will support future Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) capability.
F-16 Unit Training Device (UTD) Display System Upgrade
QuantaDyn is under contract for the design, engineering development, fabrication, integration,
and test of the upgraded display system for the F-16 Unit Training Device (UTD).
Airbus Military A330 Multi Role Transport Tanker Aircraft (MRTT) Flight Test Support
QuantaDyn is under contract to provide subject matter expertise to Allied Defense Services
International, Inc. in their support of the Spain National Institute of Aerospace Technology (INTA) Airbus MRTT
Boom Operator Simulation System (BOSS)
QuantaDyn is under contract to FAAC, Inc. to provide aerial refueling modeling and
simulation, BOSS device certification, MicroBOSS interface, and Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) support
for the BOSS production program.
KC-10 Aircrew Training System (ATS) Virtual Aerial Refueling (VAR) Baseline
QuantaDyn is under contract to FlightSafety Services Corporation to implement a Virtual
Aerial Refueling baseline into KC-10 Boom Operator Trainers (BOT) and Weapon System Trainers (WST) located at
Travis AFB. This effort is a follow-on to the earlier KC-10 ATS DMO Proof of Concept effort.
Micro Boom Operator Simulation System (BOSS)
QuantaDyn is pleased to announce an order for five (5) Micro-BOSS training devices
to be delivered to the United States Air Force Reserve (USAFR). The devices will be installed at five different
(USAFR) CONUS sites. For more information on the Micro BOSS, please see our Products page.
Micro Boom Operator Simulation System (BOSS)
QuantaDyn is pleased to announce an order for 25 Micro-BOSS training devices to be
delivered to the Air National Guard (ANG). The devices will be installed at 23 different ANG CONUS and OCONUS sites.
Two devices are deployable. For more information on the Micro BOSS, please see our Products page.
Affordable, Reconfigurable Aerial Refueling Part-Task Trainer SBIR Phase I
QuantaDyn is under contract to NAWC TSD Orlando to investigate the design of a cost
effective Part Task Trainer capable of supporting high fidelity aerial refueling training requirements
of the Navy/Marine Corps.
Multi-Mission Crew Trainer
QuantaDyn is under contract to develop, in conjunction with Randolph Trainer
Development, a Multi-Mission Crew Trainer for the Air National Guard. This Flight Training Device
will provide enhanced capabilities to support pilot and co-pilot training in a full range of flight
modes, incorporating multiple navigation systems and the capability for Distributed Mission
Operations (DMO) training. The initial aircraft platforms are the KC-135R, C-130H2, and C-130J.
E2-D Hawkeye Integrated Trainer System Integration Support
QuantaDyn is under contract to Rockwell Collins
to provide integration support for the E-2D HITS-A.
B-1B Armament System Trainer OFP Upgrade
QuantaDyn is under contract to install, integrate,
and test the Operational Flight Program (OFP) software emulation developed as part of the B-1B
Avionics/Armament Maintenance Trainer System into the B-1B Post-Load Procedures Trainer (PPT).
KC-135 Boom Operator Simulation System Upgrade
QuantaDyn is under contract to develop a proof
of concept design to implement a voice control capability and add a headtracking capability to the
KC-135 Boom Operator Simulation System (BOSS).
KC-10 Aircrew Training System (ATS) WST and BOT Distributed Mission
Operation (DMO) Proof of Concept
is under contract to Flight Safety Services Corporation to perform a proof of concept modification
to the KC-10 ATS for one Weapon System Trainer (WST) and one Boom Operator Trainer (BOT) to implement
Distributed Mission Operation (DMO) capabilities.
Military Training Systems Acceptance & Evaluation SBIR Phase II
QuantaDyn is under contract to NAVAIR Orlando
to perform research and development on enhanced trainer validation tools to support performance and flying
C-9 Full Flight Simulator (FFS)
QuantaDyn is under contract to DEI Services Corporation to evaluate the
usability of the existing C-9 FFS Instructor Operator Station and its applicability to a full
FAA Level D certified training device.
Communication Emitter Sensing and Attacking System (CESAS)
QuantaDyn is supporting the CESAS Trainer System development.
Military Training Systems Acceptance Test & Evaluation SBIR
QuantaDyn is under contract to NAVAIR Orlando TSD for a SBIR Phase I effort to develop a tool to support testing and validation of Navy training devices.
C-130H2 Flight Training Device
QuantaDyn is under contract to the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) to upgrade the C-130H2 Flight Training Device (FTD). One outcome of this effort is that the QuantaDyn developed upgrades and test support resulted in the FTD achieving FAA Level 6 certification. Additional upgrades are ongoing.
Generic Transport Aircraft Flight Training Device
QuantaDyn is under contract to Randolph Trainer Development to co-develop two Flight Training Devices (FTDs) to support basic approach training for the Air Force Standards organization. The trainers provide both pilot and copilot the capabilities necessary to support basic approach procedures with an emphasis on the transition from instrument to visual flight. The FTDs utilize low-cost commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and software.
Boom Operator Trainer and Simulation System
QuantaDyn was awarded by Randolph Trainer Development the Boom Operator Trainer and Simulation System to provide integration and test of the Boom Operator Weapons System Trainer (BOWST) I device, deliver the Bowst II and III devices, the Boom Operation Simulation System (BOSS) prototype, and the Distributed Mission Operations Support design.
EA-6B ICAP III 2F188 Trainer
QuantaDyn was contracted by Chesapeake Technology International Corporation to support the Marine Corps EA-6B ICAP III 2F188 Trainer Program. QuantaDyn's primary tasks were to: install the TEN and DICE tactical environment simulations; to install the MAK RTI within the TEN and DICE installations; and to update the Device 2F188 TJSR Host Application software to operate within the Device 2F188 environment.
EA-6B ICAP III 2F187 Trainer
QuantaDyn was contracted by Research and Development Solutions, Inc. to support development of the EA-6B ICAP III Weapons Systems Trainer. QuantaDyn's responsibilities included implementation of the development environment, software design, development, integration, test, and documentation of specific aircraft systems.
Challenger 300 Full Flight Simulator Update
QuantaDyn supported Rockwell Collins in the update of the Challenger 300 Full Flight Simulator. QuantaDyn was tasked with the update of the Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) and engine/avionics interface simulation models to comply with the current revision of the aircraft control system software. QuantaDyn also supported the FAA Level D Acceptance for this effort.
T-44 Service Life Extension Program
QuantaDyn was contracted by DEI Services Corporation on the T-44 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) to provide a functional Multi Function Display (MFD) with enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) display capability. QuantaDyn's responsibilities encompassed all engineering, design, documentation, and assembly required to stimulate a Bendix KMD-850 MFD and KGP-560 EGPWS in a simulated flight environment.
C-130 Flight Training Device Re-Host
QuantaDyn was contracted by Southwest Research Institute to re-host the C-130 Flight Training Device (FTD) host and Instructor Operator Station (IOS) computer systems. QuantaDyn had three primary tasks for this effort: to re-host the host/IOS loads to run on a PC running the Linux OS; to re-host the GCAS software model; and to provide subject matter expertise in the area of the overall FTD software design, development, and testing.
Universal Automated Flight Simulator Fidelity Test System
QuantaDyn was contracted by NAVAIR Orlando TSD to develop a Universal AFT System that will provide automatic performance and flying qualities evaluation by a consistent and accurate application of the standard flight test techniques to rotary and fixed wing training devices. The test system was integrated to the E-2C OFT in Norfolk.
C-130 Unit Level Trainer Conversion
QuantaDyn supported Southwest Research Institute in the C-130 Unit Level Trainer (ULT) to Flight Training Device (FTD) conversion effort. QuantaDyn's specific responsibilities included developing the INstructor Operator Station (IOS) software to comply with Level 6 FTD requirements as defined by FAA Advisory Circular 120-45A and providing subject matter expertise in the area of the FTD host computer system.
AH-1W WST Host Software Modifications
QuantaDyn provided host computer weapon system and visual interface software design and expertise to Evans & Sutherland in support of the AH-1W Band-aid upgrade. Specific responsibilities included correction of Hellfire missile on-rail logic and flyout profiles as well as modifications to the visual interface to support the trainer tactical environment requirements and to correct visual related anomalies.
T-45 Operational Flight Trainer
QuantaDyn is currently under contract to NLX LLC to provide software development of the next generation T-45 Operational Flight Trainer (OFT). QuantaDyn is responsible for integrating their successful T-45 PC Host and IOS design into a new T-45C production trainer. Additional responsibilities include enhancement of the Automatic Fidelity Test suite software, record/replay, and the Instructor Operator Station Graphical User Interface. QuantaDyn is also supporting the integration of a new PC Image Generator and visual database as well as flight control model development for the new Fokker Digital Control Loader. Expected delivery of the T-45 OFT is February 2004.
QuantaDyn is responsible for providing "bridging" software for translating and passing data from the simulator to the Operational Flight Program (OFP). This effort required software both on the trainer host system as well as on system emulators. QuantaDyn also provided subject matter expertise for training specific modifications required to the OFP.
T-45 Operational Flight Trainer Re-host
QuantaDyn was responsible for performing the prototype re-host of the T45C Operational Flight Trainer from the existing Encore and Silicon Graphics computer platforms to a Linux based computer system. QuantaDyn delivered a design that included an open architecture computer system and open source operating system that successfully eliminated the proprietary nature of the pre-existing design. QuantaDyn also developed a series of tools that converted the source code to portable ANSI standard constructs and automatically determined input/output data for data transfer and documentation purposes. This contract was awarded directly to QuantaDyn and was delivered in 2002.
Falcon 2000 and Falcon 900 B/EX Full Flight Simulators
QuantaDyn was responsible for providing subject matter expertise in the areas of aircraft systems modeling, system test and integration, and flight test data reduction for the Falcon 2000 and Falcon 900 B/EX FAA Level D Full Flight Simulators. This effort was to support NLX LLC in the development of these devices.
AH-1W WST Cobra Helicopter Advanced Operations Simulator Upgrade
QuantaDyn provided software development support and subject matter expertise to L3 Communications in support of on-site integration and test of the AH-1W CHAOS Upgrade. Specific development areas included weapon systems, visual interface, tactical environment, record/replay, anti-jam communications systems, and Instructor Station controls.
MH-60 and SH-60B OFT
QuantaDyn provided software development support and subject matter expertise to Lockheed Martin in support of the MH-60 and SH-60B OFT development. Specific tasks included Automatic Fidelity Test suite development, avionics integration, visual interface, and FLIR simulation.
T-45 OFT/IFT Software Update 5
QuantaDyn was responsible for enhancing fidelity of the T45A and T45C Operational Flight Trainers by updating the simulation software. Improvements were added to a majority of the aircraft systems models, with extensive changes to the aerodynamics and ground handling models. The software update incorporated changes derived from new flight and ground handling test data and now allows high fidelity training across the full spectrum of the aircraft flight envelope. The new models also provide realistic high fidelity training in high and low speed taxi including accurate blown tire handling characteristics. QuantaDyn worked in association with Northrop Grumman who acted as the prime for this effort.