The production process of a rescue simulator consists of several stages. It begins with the preparation of requirements specification.
Requirements specification (RS) is the main stage in production, when the requirements of the customer are being cleared up. The individual features of the future simulator are being outlined. There is a form for the RS at the website. You can use this service individually or consult specialists of «ASP Air-Space».
A Preliminary project is being prepared on the RS basis. It includes:
- a layout of the future simulator
- technical specification,
- preliminary calculation of the cost.
The next stage is an Engineering design. At this stage «ASP Air-Space» engineers prepare individual project solution for your simulator. It includes technical equipment, interior and exterior. All of these solutions pass through computer simulation, engineering detailed elaboration and are reflected in project documentation.
Components are being produced on the basis of Project documentation. The parts are being produced on modern, high-precision equipment. For their manufacturing the following materials are used: composites, fiberglass, thermoplastic, aluminum, steel, etc. In simulators there are also used the original elements of aircrafts (doors, hatches, shelves, chairs, etc).
The next stage is Assembling and Configuring of your simulator. Then simulator is being tested. It should be noted that the reliability and safety of emergency rescue training is a very important factor for commercial use. And our company pays a special attention to this fact. In some cases we replace the original parts (because of the quick depreciation) by modernized workings out of «ASP Air-Space».
The final stage is Installation of the simulator on-site.