Integrated Avionics Maintenance Trainer (IAMT)

The IAMT is an aircraft structure with a full size cockpit, with unglazed canopy, representative of a military aircraft combining modern digital displays with older analogue gauges to enable the student to experience a range of aviation technologies.

Key features:
Cockpit displays, controls and LRUs
Ejection seat and safety devices
Replaceable avionics LRUs and equipment housed within realistic avionic bays
Ruggedised tablet to select & connect virtual test equipment to the aircraft system emulations
Instructor Operating Station enabling Integrated Training Management System (ITMS)
IOS Cockpit display repeater screens
Ability to Insert/Remove faults and conduct After Action Reviews

The cockpit utilises a common generic structure containing aircraft-specific fixtures and fittings for the LRUs in order to facilitate psycho-motor dependant training tasks. The IAMT design is modular with each piece of simulated hardware presenting to the user an aircraft-like physical interface and containing an embedded I/O module to handle communication with the remotely executing software emulation to maximise flexibility of use and commonality of design.

Training standards and qualifications include:
  EASA/EMAR PT66
  FAA
  City & Guilds
  CASA MEA Units