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The Vesaro 195 Flight is a highly sophisticated simulator for professional simulation training and home enthusiasts. Utilizing a suite of flight control systems which can be applied to multiple aircraft types. Realism and immersion is achieved via a multi dimensional sensory delivery system; a 5.1 THX surround sound audio system provides the recreation of the aircraft and environment sounds, while a tactile feedback system provides the physical vibration feedback felt during flight. Visuals are provided by an immersive triple curved 195 inch wraparound display giving the user a wraparound visual environment. Finally full motion of the entire simulator is achieved using the D-BOX motion technology for accurate recreation of movement with up to 2 g’s of force over 3 types of intelligent movement, subtle pitch, roll and heave, providing Kinaesthetic Cues to build operators psychomotor reflexes, stimulating operator muscle memory, developing reflexes and preparing them for real life flight. Based around our fully upgradable, modular system, the Vesaro 195 Flight is the world’s first and only truly modular flight simulator.
Standard Features
Chassis: Vesaro I Chassis
Chassis Gearstick Control Arms: Vesaro I Chassis Gearstick control arm - Both Sides
Chassis Upgrades - GearStick Control Plates: Control Plate Plus
Chassis Upgrades - Steering Plates: Pro Steering Plate
Chassis Flight Control Upgrades : Flight Kit
Seats: Vesaro Signature Cobra Misano S
Audio: Audio System - 5.1 THX Surround Sound
Tactile Feedback: Tactile Feedback System
Motion Systems: Vesaro Quad Motion V-Spec 6.0
Flight - Yokes: Flight Controls - Cessna Yoke
Flight - Pedals: Flight Controls - Rudder Pedals
Flight - Quadrants: Flight Controls - Throttle Quadrant
Flight - Switch Panel: Flight Controls - Switch Panel
Flight - Multi Panel: Flight Controls - Multi Panel
Flight - TPM Panel: Flight Controls - TPM
Flight - Information Panel: Flight Controls - Backlit Information Panel
Flight - Radio Panel: Flight Controls - Radio Panel
Flight - Instrument Panel: Flight Controls - Instrument Panel
Flight Controls: Flight Controls Fighter Pack
Flight Simulation Software - Home Use: X-Plane 10 Global
Vesaro PC Systems: Vesaro PC Level 5
Accessories: Cable And Adaptor Kit - Triple Display Stand
Accessories: Power Kit
Accessories: Tactile Feedback System Electronics Kit
Accessories: Combined Event Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
Triple Display Stands: Triple Display Stand Oversize
Triple Display Screens - HD Curved: Triple Display Screen 65 Inch LED HD TV - Curved
Assembly Type: Plug and Play Factory Assembly
Shipping Transport Crates: Wooden Shipping Crate - Large Plus
Vesaro Support: Vesaro Free Support
Price: £56,257.00
Vesaro 195 Flight
Vesaro 195 Flight
Product Details
The Vesaro 195 Flight is a highly sophisticated simulator for professional simulation training and home enthusiasts.  Utilizing a suite of flight control systems which can be applied to multiple aircraft types.

Realism and immersion is achieved via a multi dimensional sensory delivery system; a 5.1 THX surround sound audio system provides the recreation of the aircraft and environment sounds, while a tactile feedback system provides the physical vibration feedback felt during flight.  

Visuals are provided by an immersive triple curved 195 inch wraparound display giving the user a wraparound visual environment.  

Finally full motion of the entire simulator is achieved using the D-BOX motion technology for accurate recreation of movement with up to 2 g’s of force over 3 types of intelligent movement, subtle pitch, roll and heave, providing Kinaesthetic Cues to build operators psychomotor reflexes, stimulating operator muscle memory, developing reflexes and preparing them for real life flight.

Based around our fully upgradable, modular system, the Vesaro 195 Flight is the world’s first and only truly modular flight simulator.



THE YOKE SYSTEM is highly engineered to meet the exacting needs of the true flight simulation enthusiast, providing a smooth, accurate and totally realistic flying experience.

The Yoke has a full 90 degrees of turning from center, giving greater accuracy when flying.

·        Accurate 1:1 scaled yoke handle found in Cessna® light aircraft

·        Durable Stainless Steel shaft with precision bearings gives smooth and predictable elevator and aileron control

·        Separate throttle quadrant with additional switches to configure any combination of throttle, flaps, mixture or prop pitch.

·        POV Hat Switch, 3-position Mode Switch, 3 axis levers on Quadrant, 16 buttons, 3 lever detent buttons

MULTI PANEL Control your landing gear, engine power, landing lights and 11 other important aircraft functions from one compact unit.  Realistic landing gear control with LEDs indicating actual gear status.  Start your aircraft engines and access other cockpit functions with ease

 

 TPM the Pro Flight Throttle, Prop and Mixture System replicates the control surface found in light aircraft, such as the Cessna®, Piper® and Mooney Bravo®.  Three durable aluminium rods allow users to accurately alter throttle, prop and fuel mixture levels and an additional 9 fully programmable toggle switches provide a host of user defined controls during flight.

·    3 Axis – Throttle, Prop and Mixture

·    Authentic control surfaces for many light aircraft

·    9 Toggle switches for extra control



RADIO PANEL
LED displays Autopilot display works in real time, removing the need to use fiddly on screen controls.  A set of switches and LED displays for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation

·   COM1  / COM2  /  NAV1  /  NAV2 function  /  DME  /  ADF  /  XPDR functions

Standby switch - set your standby frequencies and then set to active at the touch of a button.

Twin concentric adjustment dials adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency.

Multiple Radio Panels will allow simultaneous display of the various radio stack functions (optional add-ons)


BACKLIT INFORMATION PANEL Supplied with over 50 individual ‘command tiles’ which display a wide variety of in flight commands and information, users can customize their Information Panel to display flight information relevant to their aircraft or personal preference.

In addition, users can assign a choice of three colours to each or the 24 segments, allowing different command tiles to light up with different colours during flight.  Command tiles not illuminated remain invisible to the naked eye, allowing aspiring pilots to accurately access the information they need, when they need it.

·        Backlit Panel

·        24 Individually controlled segments 

·        3 user defined colours – Red, Orange and Green 

·        Over 50 different legends included in box

 MULTI PANEL A set of switches and LED display for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation

·        Full Autopilot panel with associated setting controls

·        Auto Throttle, Flaps, Elevator Trim wheel

Use the dial to adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency

THROTTLE QUADRANT Set the levers to control aircraft throttles, adjust elevator trim, fuel mixture or even to engage reverse thrust during landing.

·        3 axis levers, 6 buttons

·        3 two-way rocker switches add further controls to your simulation setup

·        Additional quadrant lever heads let you create your preferred configuration of throttle, flaps, mixture and prop pitch so that the controls are exactly where you want them

 

INSTRUMENT PANEL Featuring a stunning 3.5” colour LCD screen, the Instrument Panel can display 6 of the main cockpit instrument panels from the flight simulation software. Reacting and updating in real time with events from the game, the Instrument Panel brings an extra level of realism to your flight simulation setup.

Choose between 6 different flight instruments at the touch of a button - Altimeter, Attitude Indicator, Airspeed Indicator, Compass, Turn and Slip indicator, Vertical Speed

HOTAS WARTHOG FLIGHT CONTROLS U.S. Air Force A-10C attack aircraft HOTAS™ (Hands On Throttle And Stick) replica joystick pack

Replica JOYSTICK

·        Innovative new H.E.A.R.T HallEffect AccuRate Technology(*):

·        3D magnetic sensors (Hall Effect) on the stick: enjoy surgical precision that stays razor-sharp over time

·        5 coil spring system: firm, linear and fluid tension, with no dead zones (*)

·        19 action buttons in total + one 8-way "point of view” hat:

·        1 x 8-way "point of view” hat, 2 x 8-way hats, 1 x 4-way hat with push button, 1 x metal dual trigger, 2 x push buttons, 2 x pinkie push buttons Dual Replica THROTTLES

 

·        3D magnetic sensors (Hall Effect) on the 2 throttles: enjoy surgical precision that stays razor-sharp over time

·        adjustable friction system: firm, linear and fluid tension, with no dead zones

·        realistic IDLE detent with "Pull & Push”(*) system

·        realistic and disengageable AFTERBURNER detent with "Pull & Push”(*) system

·        realistic pressure on buttons and switches

·        17 action buttons in total + 1 mouse hat with push button + one 8-way "point of view” hat:

·        1 x mouse hat with push button and 3D magnetic sensor (Hall Effect)

·        1 x 8-way hat, 1 x 4-way hat with push button, 1 x push button, 1 x 3-position switch (2 momentary + 1 permanent), 2 x 3-position switches (3 permanent), 1 x 3-position switch (1 momentary + 2 permanent)


Replica CONTROL PANEL

·        Backlit functions & 5 programmable LEDs

·        15 action buttons in total + 1 TRIM wheel:

·        5 x 2-position switches (2 permanent)

·        2 x 3-position switches (1 momentary + 2 permanent), 2 x 3-position switches (3 permanent), 2 x push buttons


The Vesaro Audio System is THX-Certified 5.1 surround sound system delivering 500 watts (RMS) of theatre-quality sound and designed to provide accurate recreation of the simulation environment with accurate surround sound audio cues creating a realistic audio training environment.

The Vesaro Signature Cobra Misano S is a comfortable versatile seat providing a rounded application to multiple vehicle and aircraft ,with recliner and tilt forward facility you can tweak the adjustment to suit your needs.  Dual sided recline and tilt forward facility.  Orthopaedic backrest and lumbar support.  Integral head pad and shoulder supports.  Unique one-piece harness support slot.  Four point harness facility.

6 Inch travel D-BOX motion technology for accurate recreation of movement with up to 2 g’s of force over 3 types of intelligent movement, subtle pitch, roll and heave, providing Kinesthetic Cues to build operators psychomotor reflexes, stimulating operator muscle memory, developing reflexes and preparing them for real life flight.


Cutting edge Vesaro Technology Combined with FAA approved training software X-Plane.

X-Plane contains subsonic and supersonic flight dynamics, allowing users to predict the flight characteristics of the slowest aircraft or the fastest.

X-Plane also includes more than 30 aircraft included by default, spanning the aviation industry and its history. Aircraft included range from the Bell 206 Jet Ranger and Cessna 172 to the Space Shuttle and the B-2 Bomber. Additionally, more than 1,400 additional aircraft models can be installed as optional extras.

Included Aircraft

Cirrus Vision SF50

North American X–15

Beechcraft Baron 58

Lancair Evolution

Cessna 172SP

McDonnell Douglas KC–10 Extender

Piaggo P.180 Avanti

Boeing 747–400 and 747–100

Stinson L–5 Sentinel

Robinson R22 Beta Helicopter

ASK–21 glider

Boeing B–52G Stratofortress

Beechcraft King Air C90B

Bombardier Canadair CL–415

F–22 Raptor

Viggen JA37

Lockheed SR–71 Blackbird

F–4 Phantom II

Boeing AV–8B Harrier II

Bell 206 helicopter

Lockheed C–130 Hercules

Space Shuttle Orbiter

Great Planes PT–60 RC plane

Thunder Tiger Raptor 30 v2 RC helicopter


A Sample of some of the aircraft available as add-ons (Available on request for an additional fee)

Beechcraft Bonanza

Boeing 727/737/747/787

Mooney M20J 201

Piper PA–16 Clipper

de Havilland DH–106 Comet

Pitts "Mountain Dew” S2C

Sikorsky S76

StratoCloud Ram-Air

P–51D Mustang

Piper Twin Comanche PA30

Beechcraft King Air 350

Cessna 195

Cessna C150

Bell 212, 222

Douglas A–4B Skyhawk

Ilyushin IL–76

Fiat CR.42 Falco

Paris Jet III

Bell 407

Peregrine F222 Firenze

Beechcraft Staggerwing

Curtis P–6 Hawk

Ford Tri-motor

Cessna 120

Gulfstream Turbo Commander 690B

Cessna 206

Cessna Citation

Falcon 20 and 2000

Hawker Sea Harrier FRS1

Airbus A320/A340/A380



The full X‑Plane scenery package covers the Earth in stunning resolution from 74 north to 60 south latitude. Users can land at any of over 33,000 airports or test their mettle on aircraft carriers, oil rigs, frigates (which pitch and roll with the waves), or helipads atop buildings. They can also realistically model the flight of remote-controlled model aircraft, perform an air-launch in an X–15 or Space Ship One from the mother ship, fly re-entries into Earth’s atmosphere in the Space Shuttle, fly with friends over the Internet or a LAN, drop water on forest fires, or shoot approaches to aircraft carriers at night in stormy weather and rough water conditions in a damaged F–4. The situations that can be simulated are unbelievably diverse!

Weather in X‑Plane is variable from clear skies and high visibility to thunderstorms with controllable wind, wind shear, turbulence, and micro bursts. Rain, snow, and clouds are available for an instrument flying challenge, and thermals are available for the gliders. Actual weather conditions can be downloaded from the Internet, allowing users to fly in the weather that really exists at their current location!

X‑Plane has detailed failure modelling, with multitudes of systems that can either be failed manually at an instructor’s command, or randomly when users least expect it! Users can fail instruments, engines, flight controls, control cables, antennae, landing gear, or any of dozens of other systems at any moment. They can also have a friend or flight instructor (locally or via the Internet, working from an Instructor’s Operating Station) fail components on the aircraft without the pilot’s knowledge. The instructor can alter the time of day, weather conditions, and failure status of hundreds of aircraft systems and components. Additionally, the instructor can relocate the aircraft to a location of his or her choice at any time.

Aircraft models are also extremely flexible, allowing users to easily create paint jobs, sounds, and instrument panels to modify any airplane you choose. Custom airplane or helicopter designs can even be created and flown using X‑Plane and the included Plane Maker software.

X‑Plane is used by world-leading defence contractors, air forces, aircraft manufacturers, and even space agencies for applications ranging from flight training to concept design and flight testing.

For example, X‑Plane has been used in crash investigations to depict the view pilots experienced moments before a mid-air collision, or to graphically present to juries and judges the forces that impact an aircraft in flight. Scaled Composites used X‑Plane to visualize Space Ship One’s flights to the edge of the atmosphere in their pilot training simulator. Kalitta has used X‑Plane to train their pilots to fly freight 747s in the middle of the night. Northwest and Japan Airlines use X‑Plane for flight review and training. Cessna uses X‑Plane to train new customers in the intricacies of the Garmin G1000. Dave Rose has used X‑Plane to optimize airplanes for his many wins at Reno. NASA has used X‑Plane to test the re-entry of gliders into the Martian atmosphere, and the list goes on. These customers serve as perhaps the most significant endorsement of the incredible capabilities of this simulator.

Furthermore, X‑Plane has received certification from the FAA for use in logging hours towards flight experience and ratings. This experience can provide credit towards a private pilot’s license, recurrence training, hours towards instrument training, and even hours towards an Airline Transport Certificate—it’s that good.

Engineers at Velocity, NASA, Scaled Composites, and Carter Aviation have all used X‑Plane to do design, evaluation, and simulated flight testing. The National Test pilot school uses X‑Plane to train pilots in non-conventional aircraft and flight-control systems.



Introducing
 the Vesaro C.O.T.S training system for Home Enthusiast, Military and Commercial training.  The C.O.T.S (Commercial Of The Shelf) approach is revolutionizing training within organisations and professional training schools around the world by providing off the shelf solutions using customizable modular components and integrating this technology with FAA approved simulation software.  With this approach we are able to provide simulation training systems at a fraction of the cost od common solutions.  This forward thinking approach, one that is in tune with the current world economic climate, will allow you to install multiple training systems within budget resulting in simultaneous training of multiple trainees.  

Students can gain a high level of the necessary skills required before progressing onto live flight or time on custom one off specialised simulators.  This negates the need to waste precious simulator hours on your custom simulators where many of the hours can be clocked up on a C.O.T.S based systems.



Benefits of Motion for Simulation Training

Although most industries today recognize the training benefits of simulation, it can sometimes be hard to articulate why motion is essential.

Psychomotor Reflex Development

Benjamin Bloom's 1972 "Learning Domains Taxonomy” has applications for motion based training and simulation learning equipments. The following elements contribute to the psycho-motor reflex development and stem from a simulator's motion cue.

  • Perception - Using sensory cues to guide motor activities.
  • Response - Learning a complex skill through imitation trial and error; following instructions.
  • Mechanism - Learned responses become a habit, movements are performed with confidence and proficiency.
  • Complex Overt Response - performing complex movement patterns.
  • Adaptation - Movements can be modified or adapted to fit special situations.

 

Multimodal Training

Education and training theorists all agree that education needs to proceed from a complete set of modalities in order to ensure an effective transfer of the training curriculum from trainer to trainee. 
In an efficient training simulator, the core simulation solution is built out and communicated to the trainee in four modes: 

Visualization : The trainee is able to observe the action happening within the simulation and can orient himself/herself accordingly.

Sound : Stereo or surround audio cues provide a tangible context that immerses trainees and more effectively familiarizes them with equipment- and environment-specific sounds.

Instructions : Clarity, subject-matter expertise, and highly detailed training objectives are essential for effective knowledge transfer. While technology is an essential medium for this knowledge transfer, it is also key to focus on curriculum definition and the clarity of the instructions given to the trainees.

Motion : Operators need to "feel" to memorize. Studies show that multimodal training improves results across a variety of subject areas. Instruction that is founded on auditory and visual learning as well as the kinesthetic domain is the best way to achieve learning success.


Simulator Verification and Validation

Per the definition used by the US Modelling and Simulation Coordination Office (M&SCO), verification and validation is essential in the simulator development and deployment process in order to avoid negative training. 
As stated in the VV&A (verification, validation and accreditation) manual, to determine whether a model or simulation or federation should be used in a given situation, its credibility must be established by evaluating its fitness for the intended use. 

Credibility is established by evaluating the simulation’s capabilities, accuracy, correctness, and usability relative to its intended use. 
Credibility depends on the following simulation characteristics:

  • Capability – Not in an absolute sense, but relative to the capabilities needed for the specified application.
  • Accuracy – Not in an absolute sense, but relative to the accuracy necessary for the intended use
  • Correctness – The level of confidence that the simulation's data and algorithms are sound, robust, and properly implemented, and that the accuracy of the simulation results will not substantially and unexpectedly deviate from the expected degree of accuracy.
  • Usability – Factors related to the use of the simulation, such as the training and experience of those who operate it, the quality and appropriateness of the data used in its application, and the configuration control procedures applied to it.

(source : Modelling and Simulation Coordination Office (M&SCO))

Many elements of credibility can be gauged simply by observing the visualization output of a simulator, but it is only by seating in the trainee seat that a simulation expert will be able to assess the correctness and accuracy of the virtual equipment.

Maximal Trainee Engagement

The best training solution is the one that maximizes trainee engagement. Most operators are multimodal trainees—they learn better when they see, hear, and feel during their training. In addition, they are more deeply engaged when they "feel" the "real thing." Static desktop training applications are at one remove from dynamic solutions that appeal to these learning traits.

In Technical Report 1176 by Michael E. McCauley in 2006 for the Research Institute for the Behavioural and Social Sciences, a number of striking conclusions shed new light on what constitutes optimal motion for pilot training :

  • "Contrary to the opinion of many simulator engineers and operational personnel (...) there is no certainty that the price of a simulator is related to the training benefits received.”
  • "Adding a limited amount of motion is highly likely to make a simulator more preferable to pilots.”
  • The report recommend to implement limited motion in order to gain the following benefits:
  • Provide event cues (e.g., landing bump, effective translational lift).
  • Avoid the fixed-base doldrums.
  • Increase pilot acceptance of the simulator.

Optimal Motion Simulation Solution for Military Aircraft and Land Forces

Interoperable - Deployable - COTS

Allowing virtual training teams to simply integrate existing or upcoming simulators with an efficient and adapted motion solution, the system empowers trainers to stimulate operators muscle memory, creating reflexes and increasing mission critical readiness on the field.

 

solutions are :

  • Interoperable - the vision and history have always driven us to ensure that motion integration in a larger technology architecture is simple. In the training and simulation community we recognize the value of open APIs and use of communication standards. This ensures that in addition to the services we provide to our customers, D-BOX motion solutions are natively interoperable.
  • Deployable - In many cases, training is moving from the "training center" to locations in the field and close to the operational terrain. Ruggedized and containerized solution are becoming the norm for many operational logistic and readiness considerations: Today, even training can easily be deployed on-site. The D-BOX motion solution is a game changer when it comes to installation footprint, electrical power requirements, shipment weight, and installation time. Many of our customers have already successfully deployed entire motion-based training solutions in containers or shipped solutions.
  • COTS - This means that your TCO (total cost of ownership) of the solution is as low as you can get. By using a solution that is supported, documented, and reputable, you de-risk your programs. In addition—despite the temptation to create dedicated solutions per type of application—your time-to-market is accelerated thanks to its plug-and-play attributes. We have also put our expertise on full display in our latest set of products, which give users access to motion code, behavioural subtlety, and vibrations that no other solution can match in finesse.