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CAE’s Gene Colabatistto: Training & Simulation Industry Pushes for Aircraft Simulator Standardization

Gene Colabatistto

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Jan. 9, 2018 — Gene Colabatistto, the group president for defense at CAE (NYSE: CAE), has said the training and simulation sector is moving to standardize interoperable aircraft networking simulators, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 27.

Colabatistto said during the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference the industry seeks to offer networked and interoperable simulator systems designed to help the U.S. military and allied forces enhance joint mission training across the air, land, cyber and maritime domains, Defense News reported Dec. 21.

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