As a globally-recognized
training systems integrator and a leader in the air market, CAE offers
comprehensive training and simulation solutions that help defence and security
forces develop and sustain the highest levels of mission readiness.
With nearly 70 years’ experience in the training and simulation
industry, CAE continues to evolve in response to customers’ unique
requirements. We currently operate
full-service training centres throughout the world and train more than 120,000
military and civil crewmembers each year.
Our commitment to technology leadership and innovation has been realized
through our comprehensive portfolio of flight simulation products and services. From desktop trainers, maintenance training
systems, and aeromedical trainers through to full-mission simulators and
training support services, no company offers a more comprehensive portfolio of
solutions related to flight simulation and training. CAE supports the training
needs of customers on a broad range of military aircraft platforms, including
combat aircraft, lead-in fighter trainers, special mission platforms such as
maritime patrol aircraft, tanker/transport aircraft, helicopters and unmanned
aerial systems (UAS).
In the air market, we continue to invest in research and development to expand
our training systems integrator capabilities and produce simulation-based
products, services and solutions that are recognized as the benchmark in our
industry and meet our customers’ mission critical needs for safety,
cost-effectiveness, efficiency, and mission readiness.
Increased operational tempos combined with limited personnel, environmental concerns and budget pressures have prompted defence and security forces around the world to seek reliable partners who can help develop, manage and deliver the training systems required to support today’s complex weapons platforms...
CAE designs and develops some of the most advanced simulation, training and mission rehearsal systems, including a comprehensive suite of simulation products for all types of military aircraft platforms, including combat aircraft, lead-in fighter trainers, special mission platforms such as maritime patrol aircraft ...
Defence forces around the world are today more than ever facing budgetary constraints, human resource shortages, new threats, more complex weapon systems, evolving operational doctrines, and shifting priorities. These issues sometimes result in less-than-ideal training capabilities for aircrew and aircraft maintenance...