We delivered GA (General Aviation) FTD’s at FAA Level 4 and 5 to aviation schools, including Korea National Transportation University. FTD’s for SR20, C172S, and KT1 have been developed, where patented QTG (Qualification Test Guide) generator is applied to these simulators in order to guarantee the fidelities higher than or equal to level 5.
The simulators are based on X-Plane or Prepar3D, which results in cost-effective training. Brunner’s electric control loadings may be integrated to generate replicated flying qualities. ModelSim is capable of developing low cost and competitive simulators for GA airplanes of Diamond, Mooney, Piper, Cessna, Cirrus, Beech and so on.
ModelSim has developed helicopter simulators such as Bell 412, AS365, UH60, and so on. RTdynamics and KSR (Kohlman Systems Research) are partners in developing an AS365N2 FTD (Flight Training Device) at FAA level 7, whose customers are pilots of ROK Fire Aviation Corps. The simulator shall be used to train IFR, VFR and SAR (Search and Rescue) mission flights.
ModelSim is also developing a low-cost FTD for training IFR, which can be used for pilots of general helicopters. The simulators may comprise Brunner’s electric control loadings for accurate replication of handling qualities. The configuration may also vary depending on customer’s requirements, and the fidelity levels can be set among FTD 4, 5, 6, and 7.
UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) simulators are to train operators of UAV systems, while UAV operators are composed of external, internal, and sensor pilots
ModelSim is capable of modeling flight dynamics and sensor systems of any UAV systems including drones, and develops simulators based on COTS or open-source simulation engines, which results in high fidelity simulation at low costs. ROK Army was a customer of various UAV simulators for training external, internal, and sensor pilots.
The parachute simulators are to train skydivers, including HALO, LALO, and HAHO. ModelSim delivered 10 units of parachute simulators to train ROK Marines, which interoperated with each other. HMD’s were used to provide jumpers with full immersion and reality. Physics of parachutes and skydiving is modeled kinetically as well as abnormal flight conditions.