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Instructor Station - Luis Gordo


What is Instructor Station ?

In flight simulation, an Instructor Operator Station (IOS) is designed to assist the instructor in controlling the simulation training environment and monitoring all aspects of pilot/crew performance in the simulator. The instructor can control, via this software, all functions such as aircraft position and systems, meteorological, environmental, and situational parameters.

The Instructor Station is meant to assist Aviation Professionals, Flight Simulation Enthusiasts and Home Cockpit Builders using Microsoft® Flight Simulator (FS) 2004™, FSX™ and ESP™, Lockheed Martin Prepar3D® and X-Plane®.

The Instructor Station allows setting the aircraft on an approach to a runway of choice under any weather conditions, start-up and shutdown network computers (fully customizable), program or set aircraft system failures at any moment, calculate the amount of fuel required for a flight and load it to the aircraft, record flight performance (approaches, manoeuvres, landings, take-offs, etc.) and plot it graphically, and many other things!

Compatible with all types of aircraft! It is also a great tool for anybody who wants to control the flight simulator externally.

Many features are also available for Project Magenta users (pmSystems, Glass Cockpit, CDU/MCDU, MCP/FCU), AST & FMGS JeeHell users.

Developed by a pilot, engineer & flight simulation enthusiast.



Flight Data Recorder Mobile - New Speak-to-ME TAR feature

Started by luisgordo, February 12, 2014, 02:01:27 pm

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FDR Mobile - version 1.11 released


  • Speak-to-ME TAR engine !!  This new tab is located under the WXR tab.  Go to "More" and click the WXR tab.

  • Bring your METARs to life with this new feature. Listen to your METARs as if you were tuning an ATIS or AWOS station, and get the weather information while you are driving to the airport or doing anything else!

  • The METARs are sourced directly from the NCAR/FAA site.

  • To support this feature, a database of more than 35,000 world-wide airports has been added.

  • Bug fixes.

Check the new Speak-to-ME TAR tutorial video here:

More information:

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