The CymLITE Series by CymSTAR provides cost-effective, high-quality aircrew and mission trainers. Using Extended Reality (XR) technology, these lightweight trainers provide realistic flight simulations and system behaviors, enabling users to learn, practice, and master procedures before transitioning to full-flight simulators or aircraft operations.
CymSTAR and Acceleration Worx (AWx) have an exclusive collaboration agreement to bring a revolutionary change in flight simulation technology. The partnership combines CymSTAR's expertise in training system integration with AWx's innovative Lateral Maneuvering Motion (Lm2) technology to improve simulator fidelity. This new technology replicates realistic reactions to aileron, rudder, and tiller control inputs with precision and authenticity, providing pilots with an aircraft-like experience in the simulator.
CymSTAR’s real-time simulation executive framework, CymHOST, and its accompanying utilities are deployed on multiple training devices within the U.S. DOD inventory. CymHOST is designed to run on an open-source Linux operating system with a real-time Linux kernel.
Our Host Computer solution offers utilities for real-time debugging, hardware calibrations, configuration management, simulator operation and several other product enhancement tools.
CymSTAR’s real-time I/O system, CymIO, delivers a robust interface between CymHOST and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) I/O products from industry suppliers. CymIO allows the configuration of the analog and the discrete I/O required by each unique trainer in which it is integrated. CymIO is open source and built to be modular.
CymSTAR’s real-time automated test suite, CymTEST, allows device maintainers to validate simulator performance versus aircraft data to meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and/or military standards.
CymTEST runs Qualification Test Guide (QTG) validation tests in real time and captures the results for offline reporting. CymTEST tools convert flight test data, edit validation test parameters and produce an electronic QTG.
CymSTAR’s Distributed Missions software, CymDIS, is an application for publishing and processing protocol data units (PDUs) in compliance with the latest Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) distributed interactive simulation (DIS) standard.
Dead reckoning algorithms and position/orientation smoothing calculations within CymDIS ensure the spatial representation of other simulators in a mission are visually realistic. Radio communications protocols are also integrated into CymDIS.