Vesaro Heli-Sim - Tier 1

SKU: 321
The Vesaro Heli-Sim is a highly sophisticated simulator for professional simulation training and home enthusiasts.
Standard Features
Chassis: Vesaro I Chassis
Chassis Upgrades - Steering Decks: Pro Steering Plate
Seats: Vesaro Signature Cobra Misano S
Audio: Audio System - 4.1 Off-Board Audio
Flight - Pedals: Flight Controls - Rudder Pedals
Flight - Collectives: Flight Controls - Collective Pro
Flight - Control Sticks: Flight Controls - Control Stick Pro
Flight - Multi Panel: Flight Controls - Multi Panel
Flight - Radio Panel: Flight Controls - Radio Panel
Flight - Instrument Panel: Flight Controls - Instrument Panel
Flight Simulation Software - Home Use: X-Plane 11 Global
Vesaro PC Systems: Vesaro PC Level 1
Accessories: Cable And Adaptor Kit - Triple Display Stand
Accessories: Power Kit
Accessories: Combined Event Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
Triple Display Stands: Triple Display Stand Compact
Triple Display Screens: Triple Display Screen 27 Inch Curved
UPS Backup: UPS Backup - Main simulator
Assembly Type: Plug and Play Factory Assembly
Shipping Transport Crates: Wooden Shipping Crate - Small
Vesaro Support: Vesaro Free Support
Price: £16,419.00
Vesaro Heli-Sim - Tier 1
Vesaro Heli-Sim - Tier 1
Product Details
The Vesaro Heli-Sim is a highly sophisticated simulator for professional simulation training and home enthusiasts.

Based around our fully upgradable, modular system, the Vesaro Heli-Sim is the world’s first and only truly modular helicopter simulator.

Visuals are provided by a super compact triple curved 27 inch wraparound display giving the user a wraparound visual environment without taking up too much space.

Helicopter Collective - the collective Pro gives rotor wing pilots the most accurate flight simulation experience with a twist grip throttle and controls inspired by the Ka-50 Black Shark helicopter



Helicopter Cyclic Joystick - Control Stick Pro - Professional helicopter configuration flight stick with extended length shaft.  Features an extensive set of controls to allow it work with various aircraft types.  Features :
  • 1 x Dual-Stage Trigger
  • 1 x Dual-Position Flip Trigger (tactile switch trigger + button input for "UP” position)
  • Combination Trigger Stages - flip trigger and dual stage trigger and be pressed simultaneously as a combined trigger for additional trigger stages
  • 1 x Analogue Stick (+ Push)
  • 3 x 4-way Hats (+ Push)
  • 1 x 2-way Hat (+ Push)
  • 3 x Momentary buttons
  • 1 x Brake lever (VPC Contactless Sensor) + Momentary button
  • 1 x Scroll Encoder (+ Dual Push)
  • Lockable Twist Axis (VPC Contactless Sensor)
  • Adjustable Hand Rest
  • Metal Flip Trigger and Brake Lever
  • Translucent hood with programmable RGB lighting
A suite of switch panels provide various functions including 




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)



MULTI PANEL A set of switches and LED display for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation
Use the dial to adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency




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



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.

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 Xâ€"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 Fâ€"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.