Janus – A New Approach to Air Combat Pilot Training

  • 1 ALR Aerospace, 8002, Zürich
  • 2 Warsaw University of Technology, 00-661, Warsaw
  • 3 Military University of Technology, 01-476, Warsaw
  • 4 ALR Aerospace, 8002, Zürich
  • 5 VENTURA, 75007, Paris
  • 6 Lukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Aviation, 02-256, Warsaw, Poland

Abstract

Advanced jet training still relies on old concepts and solutions that are no longer efficient when considering the current and forthcoming changes in air combat. The cost of those old solutions to develop and maintain combat pilot skills are important, adding even more constraints to the training limitations. The requirement of having a trainer aircraft able to perform also light combat aircraft operational mission is adding unnecessary complexity and cost without any real operational advantages to air combat mission training.

Thanks to emerging technologies, the JANUS project will study the feasibility of a brand-new concept of agile manoeuvrable training aircraft and an integrated training system, able to provide a live, virtual and constructive environment. The JANUS concept is based on a lightweight, low-cost, high energy aircraft associated to a ground based Integrated Training System providing simulated and emulated signals, simulated and real opponents, combined with real-time feedback on pilot’s physiological characteristics: traditionally embedded sensors are replaced with emulated signals, simulated opponents are proposed to the pilot, enabling out of sight engagement. JANUS is also providing new cost effective and more realistic solutions for “Red air aircraft” missions, organised in so-called “Aggressor Squadrons”.

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