CAE is a leading global provider of complex training solutions focused on cutting-edge simulation technology and integrated training services. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, the CAE Group employs over 10,000 people at more than 160 locations and training centers in 35 countries. Every year, we train more than 120,000 civilian and military crew members and medical professionals.

CAE's Defense & Security division supports its military customers in building and maintaining their high level of operational readiness. We are the world's leading Training Systems Integrator and offer a comprehensive portfolio of simulation products and services up to complete training centers, both for land, air and naval forces as well as for authorities and public security organizations, in the regions Canada/USA/Latin America, Europe/Africa and Asia-Pacific/Middle East.

As a Training Systems Integrator (TSI), CAE provides civil and military organizations and aircraft manufacturers with a wide range of innovative training solutions to meet training needs cost-effectively and ensure operational readiness. Our integrated offering of complete operator solutions or training centers includes training needs analysis, training solution design, training management systems, purpose-built infrastructure, state-of-the-art simulation applications, curriculum and software development, auditorium and simulator training, maintenance and logistical support, lifecycle support, modernization and financing alternatives.

The German subsidiary CAE Elektronik GmbH, founded in 1961, is a recognized company in the field of development, production and support of simulation systems for the training and further training of military aircraft pilots, flight technical personnel and simulation-supported military driver training.

CAE at the International Helicopter Training Center
For the International Helicopter Training Center in Bückeburg, CAE provides a comprehensive range of training equipment and services. CAE has played a leading role in setting up the Hans E. Drebing Simulator Center, developed and supplied all simulators for the center and has supported the German Armed Forces with professional maintenance and upgrades since the first simulators were commissioned in 2002. The Hans E. Drebing Center in Bückeburg is one of the largest and most modern simulator centers in Europe. It has 12 full mission simulators for the helicopter types UH-1D, CH-53GS/GA and EC-135. CAE's comprehensive service ensures that the high demand for use of the center can be met around the clock.

CAE is responsible for simulator training courses with experienced instructors, supports mission training in the network, and was instrumental in the implementation of the Air Manoeuvre Tactical Leadership Training (AMTLT). AMTLT is currently used in the training operations of the International Helicopter Training Center.

In addition, CAE is involved in the operation of the NH-90 simulators in Bückeburg, Holzdorf, and Faßberg as a partner of HFTS.

CAE's ability to contribute to the Air Mobility Training Center
Based on the future simulation network and the training resources for troop training, the Air Mobility Training and Exercise Center in Celle will provide high-quality mission-oriented training for teams and exercises for airmobile task forces. As the world's most experienced system integrator and provider of comprehensive training solutions, CAE, in cooperation with the Bundeswehr and industrial partners, can ensure the system integrity of its training equipment and support training operations.

CAE at the booth of the Air Manoeuvre Training Alliance (AMTA) during ILA 2022This year CAE will once again be a training partner of the German Armed Forces at the Air Manoeuvre Training Alliance booth. The International Helicopter Training Centre and the Air Manoeuvre Training and Exercise Center will be able to better meet the growing demands by using military-industrial cooperation models and to adapt to new conditions in a flexible and economical way. CAE will present technologies and products at the AMTA booth, support digitalisation and improve the quality of training.

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