Discover all we can offer you
ALSIM regularly innovates and the company invests a lot in R&D. Discover here all the features you can have with your simulator and how you can optimize the use of your device:
- High Definition Visual System
- Instructor Station
- ALX for the MPL Program
- LPV decision altitude
- Upset Prevention
High Definition Visual System (HDVS)
The standard panoramic visual system consists of a circular screen,
3 projectors and image distortion software. We also provide a detailed airport environment for your home base including ramp, hangar and other facilities for more realism.
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It is a valuable complement to the flight trainer and an indispensable assistant for the instructor. As the software interface is so easy to use, the instructor doesn’t need computer skills to provide excellent training.
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ALX for the MPL Program
Learn how you can operate the ALX in an MPL training course. The MPL program relies on 4 core phases, 3 of which can be done in the ALSIM’s ALX.
The ALX perfectly complies with phases 1 and 2, whereas most of the phase 3 can be transferred to an extended phase 2 thanks to the ALX specifications.
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The LPV project in cooperation with the GSA is coming to an end. The objective to develop LPV for AL42, ALX, GTN & FMS is moving forward quickly and both G1000-DA42 and ALX-GTN650 are now 100% complete and available for retrofit.
- LNAV/VNAV, LNAV and LPV procedures guidance
- RAIM & other failures to meet IFR training needs
- DH to ILS CAT I equivalent on GNSS airfields
- Procedure turns and holding pattern guidance
- GNSS localizer & glideslope precision as on ILS
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Aircraft upset is a dangerous condition in aircraft operations in which the flight attitude or airspeed of an aircraft is outside the normal bounds of operation for which it is designed. This may result in the loss of control (LOC) of the aircraft, and sometimes the total loss of the aircraft itself. Loss of control may be due to turbulent weather, pilot disorientation, or a system failure.
Since the decline of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) accidents due to technological breakthrough, Loss of Control – In flight (LOC-I) has become the number one cause of fatal aircraft accidents. Consequently, in pilot training it has become a very important subject and one that you cannot do without.
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