FSInventions has released a new version of the FSFlyingSchool add-on for Prepar3D®. FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013 includes these expanded features. Voice Command Pack: This feature allows you to talk to your instructors. Use the Voice Command Pack to get updated information on your flight plan, destination airport, weather, waypoints and ground and air traffic. You can also ask the instructors to identify airports you see out of the windows. On Approach PLUS Pack: On Approach allows you to set up approaches to any runway in the world. FSFlyingSchool PRO 2013 includes the On Approach PLUS Pack which allows you to set
The same ForeFlight Mobile app used for flight planning and enroute navigation is now available for your Prepar3D® simulations. With FSXFlight as the interface, your Prepar3D aircraft position information is sent to ForeFlight Mobile’s app, providing a moving map electronic flight bag. ForeFlight Mobile is another option to tailor your experience in Prepar3D to train how you fly. With this app, you can: Use the ForeFlight Mobile moving map Display aircraft position on taxi diagrams Display aircraft position on select approach plates View aircraft speed, track and altitude information ForeFlight Mobile is a best-selling app used by pilots and flight
Our friends at Wilco Publishing recently released aircraft add-ons for the Prepar3D® community. The titles available include: Airbus Series Evolution Vol.1 Airbus Series Evolution Vol.2 CRJ NextGen Citation X E-Jets Series Tilt Rotor Please visit the Wilco Publishing website for details about these products. The Prepar3D ecosystem continues to expand with new add-on options. It’s a great see the breadth and variety of features available for customized learning!
The Lockheed Martin team loves hearing about your experiences with Prepar3D® at our forums. The forums also give us an opportunity to listen to your feedback as we continue Prepar3D development. Based on user input, Prepar3D is launching version 1.4 on Aug. 20. This software release addresses software bugs and performance updates and adds the Mooney Acclaim (from Lionheart Creations) and T-6 Texan (from IRIS Flight Simulation Software) to the aircraft models available out of the box. With this release, Prepar3D is also certified AMD Eyefinity Gold. AMD Eyefinity technology supports up to six simultaneous displays off a single graphics
Defense News’ Training & Simulation Journal recently highlighted two companies using Lockheed Martin Prepar3D® in their simulators. HotSeat Chassis takes disabled veterans to the skies for rehabilitation and training through their new Flex Sim flight simulator. Read more in the article Flying in Wheelchairs. Ryan Aerospace’s new dual-control Helicrew helicopter cockpit simulator provides an affordable training solution that’s between a basic procedures trainer and full mission simulator. Read more in New Helicopter Sim Is Technological Halfway House.
FSFlyingSchool has launched a virtual instructor add-on for Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D®. The add-on provides a team of talking instructors for pilots training with Prepar3D. To download a demo or see a video of FSFlyingSchool in action, visit www.fsflyingschool.com.
REX Game Studios has announced the release of REX Essential for Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D®, offering a photo-realistic, hi-definition environmental weather and texture package. This release enhances visual realism, and matches that realism to the underlying weather platform, creating an even more immersive training environment. “Over the past year our team has worked diligently, and as a result of our customer feedback, we added over 50 enhancements to our software solution for Prepar3D,” said Tim Fuchs, REX Game Studios senior partner . Enhancements include performance improvements, intuitive navigation, a new customizable, industrial-strength weather engine, FlightAware integration, a powerful new flight planner,
Visit our videos page for a new tutorial that walks you through activating camera sensor options in Lockheed Martin Prepar3D®. Software engineer Max Perry demonstrates how to enhance training with night vision and infrared sensors. Camera sensors are one of the latest additions in Prepar3D, developed by our engineering team to provide the most realistic and effective training experience. Watch this tutorial and others at our videos page. To see the latest capabilities added to Prepar3D, review our Product Overview details.
Lockheed Martin released academic licensing of its Prepar3D® simulation software to immerse students in learning and problem solving. The special pricing of $49.95 makes simulation accessible to the academic community for engaging the next generations in science, math and social studies curricula. Currently used for professional training, Prepar3D harnesses gaming technology for experiential learning. The software presents a realistic virtual world to support educational scenarios anywhere from underwater to suborbital space. “Simulation makes learning tangible,” said Chester Kennedy, vice president of engineering in Lockheed Martin’s Global Training and Logistics business. “It is ideal for concepts that have complex relationships or