The GAT-III is a multi-functional general aviation and spatial disorientation trainer that supports a spectrum of pilot training, including spatial disorientation prevention, unusual attitude, and basic flight handling.

Exceptional motion cueing and attitude representation

The GAT-III motion base provides exceptional motion cueing and attitude representation, with the yaw platform located at the base allowing continuous yaw rotation independent of cockpit motion.

Challenge pilots with disorienting experiences and increased workload

Pre-loaded profiles can be used to recreate flight scenarios that challenge pilots with disorienting experiences and increased workload. With high throughput and mechanical simplicity, it serves as an excellent platform for pilots to hone their airmanship and increase safety awareness.

GAT-III General Aviation and Spatial Disorientation Trainer

Highly versatile and configurable flight training platform

The GAT-III offers interchangeable cockpits for fixed wing and rotary configurations, a three-way adjustable seat, realistic control surfaces feedback, and an optional configuration for hypoxia training.

Realistic control surfaces feedback

The GAT-III features a control-loaded yoke creating realistic control surfaces feedback.

GAT-III General Aviation and Spatial Disorientation Trainer


  • Spatial Disorientation Training
  • Upset Prevention and Recovery Training
  • Basic Flight Handling Training
  • Basic Instrument and Navigation Training
  • Mishap Recreation and Investigation
  • Motion Sickness Desensitization
GAt-III Training Applications

NVG Compatible

NVG compatible cockpit optimzed with high dynamic-range rendering for NVG stimulation.

Highly Versatile

The GAT-III features interchangeable cockpit configurations including Cessna-172, Bell-206, and generic space cockpit and an optional hypoxia configuration.

Small and Lightweight

High throughput, minimal facility requirements, and easily relocatable, the GAT-III can easily be moved and setup at different training sites.

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