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.
ZedaSoft selected several high-quality companies' products and integrated them into a best-of-breed solution to meet the FAA’s needs. Precision Flight Controls provided the cockpit, flight controls, and simulated Garmin G1000 hardware. With assistance from Garmin, ZedaSoft developed a G1000 software simulator and integrated it with the Precision Flight Controls G1000 hardware. Bihrle Applied Research provided the pilot-validated flight model and aircraft systems models derived from test data. When combined with CBA, these models are what make the aircraft fly like a Piper Malibu M350. For the visual suite, ZedaSoft integrated MVRsimulation’s Virtual Reality Scene Generator (VRSG) for use in TAGARS in a projector-dome deployment to provide the out-the-window visual systems.
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