Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Conference

Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Conference

June 13, 2018

Today sees AXIS attend the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Flight Simulation Conference, which is addressing innovation in technology, training practices and the impact of regulatory change in the industry. Daniel Shinners, an AXIS aviation engineer, presents to the Society the results of research surrounding the implementation of a wake vortex turbulence model into a Level D […]

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Ausgezeichnet: Axis gewinnt steirischen Exportpreis

Ausgezeichnet: Axis gewinnt steirischen Exportpreis

June 7, 2018

Von Indien über Südostasien bis in die USA: Weltweit trainieren Piloten auf den steirischen Full-Flight-Simulatoren von Axis Flight Training Systems für den Ernstfall. Dafür wurde das Unternehmen nun mit dem steirischen Exportpreis der Wirtschaftskammer ausgezeichnet. ÖSTERREICH. Auf Regen folgt Sonnenschein. In der Welt des südsteirischen Full-Flight-Simulators Axis bekommt die bekannte Redewendung allerdings eine neue Bedeutung: […]

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ALL IN MOTION FOR AXIS FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEMS’ LATEST ATR SIMULATOR

ALL IN MOTION FOR AXIS FLIGHT TRAINING SYSTEMS’ LATEST ATR SIMULATOR

June 6, 2018

Zurich, Switzerland – 5 June 2018: AXIS Flight Training Systems, the independent flight simulator manufacturer, is announcing motion testing has been completed on its latest simulator for Aviation Academy Austria (AAA). The manufacturer has used Bosch-Rexroth’s eMotion14000 platform for this ATR 72-600 simulator. Highly efficient and able to support up to 80% of the payload, […]

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How much does it cost to become a pilot?

How much does it cost to become a pilot?

May 15, 2018

How much does it cost to become a pilot? The future of ab inito flight training, according to AIN, is dependent on the fact that the aviation industry will need to hire up to 70 new pilots a day to meet the growing demand for their services – though almost half of these will be […]

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INTERVIEW: Developing intuitive and smart technology for cockpit simulators

INTERVIEW: Developing intuitive and smart technology for cockpit simulators

May 11, 2018

Interview with Gerhard Brunner: How did you get into the aviation industry? In 2005, while finishing a Telematics degree at Graz University of Technology in Austria, I started developing a console-based air traffic control simulator in my spare time. I’ve always been fascinated by the creativity involved in game software development, and was inspired by […]

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