CAT Partners with the FAA to Create New Training Device for Pilots

Colorado Altitude Training was recently asked to create a new high altitude system. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) needed a portable system that would simulate flight altitude. The system was successfully set up last month at the FAA facility in Oklahoma City. It is to be used to demonstrate to pilots the dangers of hypoxia due to altitude, which can affect judgment and their ability to safely fly a plane.

Once again CAT has shown that it has the experience and the technology to provide custom solutions for those seeking new applications of normabaric hypoxia. With this successful solution, the FAA can join the likes of The US Army and The US Air Force as satisfied customers seeking simulated altitude for uses other than performance enhancement.