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Quadrant Systems integrates RSi’s Epic Visual System with Aviomar Citation

Posted 12 October 2020 · Add Comment

Quadrant Systems together with RSi Visuals completed the visual upgrade of Aviomar’s Citation Full Flight Simulator with Quadrant NUQLEUS, an innovative interface unit capable of integrating new products with legacy host computer systems.



Copyright: Aviomar Citation Copyright 2020’

The patented Quadrant NUQLEUS system reduces the level of interference required to integrate new technology with existing computer and hardware architectures using proven and robust software designs.

The visual upgrade featured RSi’s Epic D41-N1 Visual System with a Viper CRT replacement display system.

Prior to being delivered to site, the Quadrant NUQLEUS unit and User Control Panel were configured with the relevant pre-developed & tested software modules for the visual integration task. Using these proven software designs Quadrant was able to complete the system integration while mitigating the risks normally associated with traditional integration tasks.

“Quadrant’s innovative NUQLEUS product ensured that integration ran smoothly, enabling RSi to provide a state-of-the-art visual upgrade for this legacy system” said Tai Duong, President, RSi Visuals

“Our Citation FFS is now EASA certified following a complex, yet perfect, visual upgrade job by RSi Visuals and Quadrant Systems Ltd. The team at Quadrant seamlessly managed this delicate integration and provided full support at all times up to and including certification” said Captain Michele Marano, General manager, Aviomar

“This was an important project for Quadrant, much consideration went into the planning, which was a combined effort by Quadrant Systems, Aviomar and RSi” said Andrew Reeves, engineering director, Quadrant Systems.”

Quadrant NUQLEUS units have been installed on numerous OEM's simulators providing the host interface for new Visual System Image Generators and Avionics updates up to EASA CS-FSTD(A) and FAA 14-CFR Part 60 standard.

 
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