As explained by the developer of the project, a member of the Circle Movement of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) Yegor Sechinsky, the user of such a complex will be able to determine the realities of the flight himself.

"From the choice of weather conditions and time of day to a drone model with different characteristics, such as maximum speed, payload and signal reception range," the RT interlocutor emphasized.

He added that options are also available to enable electromagnetic interference, create scenarios for various types of terrain, and add various equipment to the map.

Previously, when training UAV operators, the University 2035 team used FPV sports simulators, which are suitable only for the initial stage of training - they cannot simulate flight conditions close to real ones.

"Sports simulators are an excellent simulator for competitions, while Quadrosim is a serious base for training future UAV operators," the organization added.

It is noted that the uniqueness also lies in the fact that a completely domestic development was created with the interaction of the developer with the professional community of instructors.

The simulator is planned to be released in two versions: for the civilian sector and separately for law enforcement agencies.

Earlier, a group of scientists from ITMO's chemistry and biology cluster developed a system based on artificial intelligence (AI) capable of determining the presence and type of tumor in the brain using a blood test.