About Flight Simulation Introduction

About Flight Simulation Introduction

Flight simulation refers to the use of computer software and hardware to recreate the experience of piloting an aircraft. This can include simulating the various systems and controls of the aircraft, as well as the environment in which the aircraft is flying, such as the weather, terrain, and other factors. Flight simulation is used for a variety of purposes, including training pilots, testing new aircraft designs, and providing a platform for virtual aviation enthusiasts to fly and experience different aircraft and scenarios. Flight simulators can range from simple programs that run on a computer to highly advanced systems that use specialized hardware and software to create a realistic and immersive experience.

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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.

Immersive flight experience

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.

Simulation environment interaction

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. 

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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. 

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A flight simulation typically consists of several key components that work together to replicate the experience of flying an aircraft. These components include:

  1. A cockpit: This is the central part of the simulator and is designed to replicate the cockpit of a specific type of aircraft. It includes all the controls and instruments that a pilot would use to operate the aircraft.

  2. Motion and vibration systems: These systems are designed to mimic the motion and vibrations that occur during flight. They can include hydraulic actuators or electric motors that move the simulator in different directions, as well as vibration plates or shakers that replicate the vibrations that occur during flight.

  3. Visual display system: This is the system that generates the visual display of the simulated environment. It may use a combination of computer graphics and video projection to create a realistic representation of the sky, ground, and other features of the environment.

  4. Sound system: This system is responsible for generating the sounds of the simulated environment, such as engine noise, wind, and other ambient sounds.

  5. Computer system: The computer system is the brains of the simulator, responsible for controlling all the other components and generating the simulated environment. It uses complex algorithms and data to accurately replicate the behavior of the aircraft and the environment.

  6. Instructor station: Many flight simulations also include an instructor station, which allows an instructor to monitor the progress of the student and adjust the simulated environment as needed.

These are the main components of a flight simulation, although there may be additional components depending on the specific type of simulator and its intended use.

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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.

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