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j2 Aircraft Dynamics awarded its second ITAR license

Posted 30 August 2019 · Add Comment

Provider of commercial off the shelf software for aircraft modelling, analysis, simulation and flight test data matching, j2 Aircraft Dynamics, has been awarded its second International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) license, enabling it to work with tier 1 US defence contractors in the field of high fidelity simulation for military projects.

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J2 Aircraft Dynamics now works with several of the top simulator manufacturers in the world, with ITAR Technical Assistance Agreements enabling them to support L3Harris and TRU Simulation + Training directly on US Defence high fidelity pilot training simulation projects.

The acceptance and use of j2 software followed intensive technical examination in the US and measurable value return. The adoption of the j2 Universal Tool-Kit and associated robust knowledge transfer programme has helped simulator manufacturers cut up to  35% from the normal time required for the flight test data matching activity and model qualification process that high fidelity simulation specifications demand.

Paul Jenkins, Snr Vice President at j2 said: “Being awarded two ITAR licenses is a significant recognition in the USA for the j2 Universal Tool-Kit and knowledge transfer offering. The ability for j2 to be able to demonstrate how a widely used and trusted analytical process and methodology on flight test data matching can be enhanced and automated using the proprietary j2 Universal Tool-Kit capability is now well founded and is delivering significant value return to the end user clients.”   

 




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