AeroSIM RC Mikrokopter Flight Simulator
The simulator is presented in its box and includes (1) a CD with software and user manual in electronic format, and (2) a USB interface with an adapter to fit the user's transmitter.
The USB interface is fitted with a 3.5 mono jack that can be directly used with JR/Spektrum/HitecAurora/Turnigy/GraupnerMX. An adapter is required from the drop down box for other transmiters, consisting of a short cable with a female 3.5 mono jack on on one end, and the right type of connector for the particular transmitter on the other end. Available connectors include: Futaba Square Plug, DIN6 for Futaba Round Plug and Hitec, Multiplex (DIN5, compatible with DIN7 and DIN8), Graupner with Trainer Socket (jack 3.5mm stereo), and ESky/WFly/Storm (minDIN4).
AeroSim's upgrade policy is that all future software updates, including new functions, models and scenarios will be free to download from www.aerosimrc.com.
The simulator is being quite successful among FPV enthusiasts for its unique FPV features. The on-board FPV Camera in all models can be controlled from the transmitter (or even from a Head Tracker), and several types of OSD present the GPS and flight data in a realistic way. There are also customers interested in practicing FPV over their actual flying site, and the simulator includes a Scenario Generator to build new scenarios from satellite imagery, captured, for instance, from Google Earth.
AeroSIM have recently added several MikroKopter models that have been tested by the creator Holger Buss, and MK users are finding it very attractive in order to protect their investment by learning to fly them first in the simulator. Also the GAUI 330X-S is included.
There are two Training Programs: (1) Airplane, and (2) Helicopter/Multicopter.
The Training Programs are designed for those with no experience at all on RC, and we are getting very good feedback from the users who try them.
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