ZedaSoft delivered a new Piper Malibu M350 flight simulator to the FAA’s Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI). The flight simulator is a Technically Advanced General Aviation Research Simulator, (TAGARS), which is designed for CAMI’s research into civil human factors and flight safety.
TAGARS is deployed in an XYZ Dome configuration.
TAGARS utilizes a modified version of Precision Flight Controls' MAX Cockpit.
The computing suite for TAGARS is decentralized, allowing a clean deployment with all cabling routed under the floor.
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TAGARS is an example of what can be achieved by integrating best-of-breed simulation products. ZedaSoft looks forward to many more collaborative projects with Precision Flight Controls, Bihrle Applied Research, and MetaVR – and to many more satisfied customers!