Trainer Math Model Development
Host simulator math models and execute real-time or non-real-time simulation sessions and evaluate model fidelity prior to simulator hardware integration. Load flight data for direct comparison with simulation results.
Trainer Hardware Development
With the trainer’s flight model hosted, use DSix as a test platform for displays, control loaders, or key hardware components in your trainer. A low-cost, real-time test bench that will reduce cost & schedule constraints on trainer hardware.
Flight Data Visualization & Analysis
Visualize flights by loading flight data and driving the DSix graphics model. Use plotting and manipulation tools to analyze flight events and prepare your simulation for validation efforts.
Flying Qualities Assessment
Develop and pre-prototype a simulation of a new aircraft configuration using wind tunnel data and/or computational data and then fly the model in real-time. Perform flight test maneuvers to assess the vehicle flying qualities & performance.
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Use DSix to host a flight model and interface with flight hardware like mission computers, flight control computers, or pilot input devices. With full-screen out-the-window graphics, a cost-efficient real-time lab is a reality.
Multi-Vehicle Simulation Scenarios
With several computers running the DSix simulation environment using its network interface module, users may host and run manned or unmanned multi-vehicle simulation scenarios to assess interoperability, collision avoidance algorithms, or multi-vehicle interaction aerodynamic effects.