A Daleville technology company makes visual systems for helicopter simulators to better train soldiers at Fort Rucker.
Carmel Applied Technologies designs various terrains and weather conditions on a computer so students experience the real thing.
The database plugs into the simulator, and then the trainees can dodge trees and brave sandstorms in the desert without any risks.
The price of the database depends on how sophisticated it is. They can cost up to $10,000.
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