Quantum3D Delivers IDX Image Generation Follow-on Systems to Embraer in support of the Ecuador Super Tucano Training Program
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA
Quantum3D, Inc., a leading provider of Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) real-time visual computing solutions, announced today that they have once again been selected for the delivery of an IDX Series Image Generation system and Databases to Embraer as part of Quantum3Dís and Embraerís continued support of the Super Tucano Training Program.
This most recent sale will be delivered to the Ecuador Air Force allowing pilots to perform tactical training maneuvers in close support and light strike roles. This follow-on procurement further demonstrates Quantum3Dís continued commitment to Embraer and the visual simulation market space. Embraer selected the IDX Series and Databases for the Chilean Super Tucano Program based on the exceptional price vs. performance value and success on the other Super Tucano Programs. ―The Super Tucano continues to be the aircraft of choice for Latin American Air Forces and we have enjoyed a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship with Embraer working on this and other Super Tucano Simulator Programs,‖ said Brian Overy, Quantum3Dís VP of Business Development. ―As with the other Super Tucano Programs, we greatly appreciate Embraer recommending our products for the Ecuador Super Tucano Program and take pride in providing the highest quality Image Generators for all of Embraerís Programs.
Independence IDX Open Architecture Scalable Image Generator
The top-of-the-line Image Generator (IG), the IDX Series is ideally suited for a wide range of mission-critical military and civilian applications that require synthetic environment simulation, training, or mission rehearsal. COTS and open architecture, the Independence line of image generators enables rapid deployment for a wide variety of simulation and training applications. It is perfect for fixed-wing and rotary-wing aviation simulation and training; FAA Level-D full-flight simulators; weapons systems and gunnery training; hardware-in-the-loop sensor simulation; automotive research & development simulation and driver training; military ground vehicle training; fixed-base and forward air traffic control simulation and training; shipís bridge simulation and training; and mono & stereo scientific visualization and virtual reality.