CAE Canada
Jun 27, 2021

Canadian Project Overview

Providing solutions to make the world a safer place, CAE is a high technology company at the leading edge of digital immersion. 
Considered the world’s most experienced training systems integrator across multi-domain operations, CAE addresses the full training continuum. From academic and simulation-based training to an integrated live-virtual-constructive (iLVC) environment, CAE supports training and mission rehearsal to help customers reach operational readiness faster and more efficiently. 
CAE’s worldwide customers operate in complex, high-stakes and largely regulated environments, where successful outcomes are critical. With more than 70 years of industry firsts under its belt, the company continues to “reimagine the customer experience” as it revolutionizes training and operational support solutions in the defence, civil aviation, and healthcare sectors. 
Focused on providing training solutions and operational in-service support in Canada, CAE is part of the team maintaining and sustaining platforms such as the Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 fleet and the Royal Canadian Navy’s Halifax Class frigates. The company also delivers integration and engineering services for Canadian Armed Forces’ operational systems.
The NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program highlights CAE’s training systems integration capabilities. As part of the NFTC program, its dedicated workforce delivers pilot training, aircraft in-service support, and oversees all related site services in Moose Jaw and Cold Lake. 
As part of the Lockheed Martin-led Canada’s Combat Ship Team, CAE is a Tier-1 partner in the design phase for the Royal Canadian Navy’s Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) project. CAE will deliver Human Factors Engineering services and Integrated Data Environment support, and will design an integrated combat systems training solution aligned with Canada’s Future Naval Training System (FNTS) strategy.
Another important contract is for a state-of-the-art training centre in Comox, BC. This centre will prepare C-295 aircrews and technicians as part of Canada’s Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue (FWSAR) program.
CAE, along with General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) and other Canadian industry partners, have formed Team SkyGuardian Canada to pursue the RCAF’s Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) procurement. The new system will be interoperable with all of Canada’s closest allies. 
As part of the SkyAlyne joint venture with KF Aerospace, CAE is currently pursuing the Future Aircrew Training program to deliver high-quality aircrew training to Canada. With Team Cormorant, CAE is ready to support the CH-149 Cormorant Mid-Life Upgrade and 519 Conversion Program. 
Attesting to its high priority on innovation, CAE has committed to investing C$1 billion in digital training transformation over the next five years. Project Digital Intelligence will leverage digital technologies, ranging from big data to artificial intelligence, cloud-computing, cybersecurity and augmented/virtual reality. 
Contact Info:
CAE Canada
350 Legget Drive, Suite 200, Ottawa, Ontario, K2K 3W7, Canada
Contact: France Hébert, Vice President and General Manager
Phone: +1-613-247-0342