A convincing solution even under research conditions

DLR (German Aerospace Center) uses the Control Loading System (CLS) from WITTENSTEIN in its flight simulator. It replicates the human-machine-interface on the EC 135 ACT/FHS (Active Control Technology/Flying Helicopter Simulator) research helicopter and the A320 ATRA (Air Technology Research Aircraft) research aircraft in a very realistic way and enables the user to become fully immersed in the realistic training environment.

Very satisfied with the application

DLR in Braunschweig was delighted with the WITTENSTEIN solution. The entire project ran perfectly. Performance of the system exceeded all the users' expectations.

Interview with Torsten Gerlach, DLR.

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The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is Germany's national research center for aerospace technology.

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