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Instructor Station - Luis Gordo

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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!


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IStation Feature Request

Started by Trevor Hale, December 14, 2016, 09:19:46 am

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Trevor Hale

December 14, 2016, 09:19:46 am Last Edit: December 14, 2016, 09:20:04 am by Trevor Hale
Hi Luis,

The Phillips Hue Integration... Idea is a great idea..  However, I am wondering if there is any way to get the same thing except instead of controlling HUE, Could it Populate an FSUIPC Offset?  0= Excellent Landing 1= Pretty Hard Landing 2= Possible Damage 3= Crash ?

Thanks,

Trev
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luisgordo

Hi Trev,

Yes, I suppose it is definitely possible - only thing to think about is how to define which FSUIPC offset to use... maybe user definable?

Currently, the Landing Rating System used by Instructor Station™ is defined as follows:


  • Excellent Landing: Touchdown occurs at less than 100 FPM and less than 1.6 Gs. Lights will turn green at touchdown, and turn off after 30 seconds.

  • Normal Landing: Touchdown occurs above 100 but at less than 600 FPM, and at more than 1.6 but less than 1.8 Gs. No lights will turn on.

  • Hard Landing: Touchdown occurs at or above 600 but less than 840 FPM, and at or above 1.8 but less than 2 Gs. Lights will turn amber at touchdown, and turn off after 30 seconds.

  • Very Hard Landing: Touchdown occurs at or above 840 FPM, and at or above 2 Gs. Lights will turn red at touchdown, and turn off after 30 seconds.





Cheers,
Luis

Trevor Hale

Thanks Luis. User selectable would be nice unless you convince mr Dawson to assign you a few.


Trev
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