Aviation Systems for Hypoxia Training
New, largest normobaric aviation system ever is now in service:
Until now required hypoxia training has usually been done inside hypobaric chambers, but these come with a multitude of drawbacks related to the excessive cost, and the associated health risks of reducing the pressure so drastically.
What we have been hearing:
- We currently travel to use someone else's hypobaric chamber
- Even when we get there, the training is limited by a one-ascent-per-day rule
- Everyone has to go in at once as the instructors are also limited
- We worry about / some have experienced, decompression sickness
- Our pilots get the bare minimum hypoxia experience required, but it's not really enough
CAT's aviation systems can solve all of these problems, allowing your aviators to learn to recognize the symptoms of hypoxia, and instinctively take the correct action, BEFORE their judgment is so clouded that their decisions become unreliable.
Please contact us to discuss your specific needs.
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