Break through time, place, and environmental constraints, start training anytime, anywhere. Save the cost of actual training and avoid risks and consequences caused by operational errors.
According to the demand scenarios of specific industries, adding additional customized development to meet business needs.Support customization scenarios and UAV models.
SRIZFLY™ flight simulator provides a rich sensory and cognitive experience, allowing users to truly integrate into the overall atmosphere of flight and focus on training.
SRIZFLY™ Flight Simulator stereo rendering simulates and constructs aircraft models and various scenes, which are delicate and vivid. It allows drones to be trained in a virtual environment.
Wuhan SRIZ Technology Co., Ltd., located in Wuhan city, Hubei Province, China, is a long-term technology enterprise committed to the research and development of drone flight simulation, covering platform software development, VR / AR industry application and other businesses. The company's products mainly include SESP-U1 SRIZFLY Flight Simulator, STS-H1 Electricity Flight Simulator, AUSE-V1 Search and Rescue Flight Simulator, etc., which has been used in many fields, such as agriculture, electric power, surveying and mapping, etc. The company has its own research and development team, with a strong independent research and development ability.
One of the main benefits of drone simulations is that they allow users to safely and efficiently learn how to operate drones without the need for physical aircraft. This is especially useful for training purposes, as it allows users to make mistakes and learn from them in a simulated environment without the risk of damaging equipment or causing accidents.
Drone simulations are also useful for testing and evaluating the performance of different drone designs and configurations. By simulating various scenarios, engineers and researchers can gain insights into how a drone might perform in different environments and under different conditions. This can help to identify potential problems and optimize the design of the drone.
In addition, drone simulations can be used for research purposes, allowing scientists and researchers to study the behavior of drones in different scenarios and under different conditions. This can help to improve our understanding of the capabilities and limitations of drones, and inform the development of new technologies and applications.
Overall, drone simulations play an important role in the development and operation of drones, providing a safe and efficient way to learn, test, and research various aspects of drone performance.
Virtual environments: Drone simulations often include virtual environments in which the drone can be flown. These environments may include different types of terrain, weather conditions, and obstacles that the drone must navigate around.
Analytics and data collection: Some drone simulations include tools for collecting data on the performance of the drone and the user's actions, such as flight logs and performance metrics. This allows users to track their progress and identify areas for improvement.
Flight dynamics: Drone simulations often include a model of the flight dynamics of the drone, including its lift, drag, and thrust forces. This allows users to practice flying the drone and learn how to control its movement.
Sensors: Many drone simulations include models of the various sensors that are used to navigate and perform tasks, such as cameras, lidar, and radar. This allows users to practice using these sensors and understand how they work.
Upport the operation training of 4-rotor and 6-rotor UAVs, and support the customized development of 4-rotor, 6-rotor and 8-rotor UAVs.
SRIZFLY™ Flight Simulator will help solve this problem from the following points: 1.Improve operational efficiency; 2. Reduce field accidents; 3. Reduce the cost of time required to train new pilots; 4.Additional customized development is available to meet business needs.
A 64-bit Windows 10 system computer with a medium-high graphics card is required to run the program; a remote control is used to control; a Micro-B to USB-A cable is used to connect the remote control to the computer.
Phoenix remote control dual-return middle eight-channel, Foss i6s, Jinba T2000.
When purchasing flight simulation, a 10 channel remote control is provided. By default, a wired remote control is provided, and a wireless remote control is optional.