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Spatial Composites Solutions installs cabin crew trainer at CAE's new facility in Singapore

News International-French

17 Jul 2013

The Dubai based company has recently commissioned an A320 cabin emergency procedures trainer (CEPT) at CAE's new training center at Seletar Aerospace Link, Singapore.

The CEPT, which will be used to train A320 cabin crew on all aspects of emergency and evacuation procedures, features a fully operational L1 door with a dual lane descent slide and an over wing exit with wing stub.

The device, designed and built at Spatial's manufacturing facility in Dubai, has a touch screen Instructor Operator Station and is equipped to simulate door malfunctions, slide failures, fire and smoke in the cabin, decompression and electrical failures. Emergency visual and sound effects are also featured.

CAE has recently nominated Spatial Composites as its ‘preferred supplier of cabin crew training equipment in ASEAN’. Other opportunities for cooperation between the two companies in the S.E. Asia region are currently being explored.

About Spatial Composite Solutions:
Founded in July 2007, Spatial Composite Solutions is a specialist manufacturer of cabin crew training equipment based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The company creates 1:1 scale replicas of Airbus and Boeing cabin interiors which provide a realistic environment for cabin crew in-flight service training.
Spatial’s Cabin Service Trainers (CSTs) are custom-made to replicate any aircraft configuration and cabin layout. Built to the highest standards using durable composite materials these devices are equipped with overhead stowage bins, lavatories, passenger service units (PSUs), adjustable lighting systems, attendant call panels (ACPs), touch screen attendant indication panels and fully operational galleys with 400 Hz power supply to operate ovens and beverage makers. Options include curved glass exterior viewing windows, L1 and L2 functional doors and attendant crew seats.
The company employs 3D laser scanning technology interfaced with 5Axis CNC machining capability to aerospace tolerances.

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