Simloc's outstanding technical team is the key to their success. Thanks to top-level engineers and the "know-how" accumulated while developing aeronautical innovation projects, Simloc is able to design and produce aeronautical hardware or software. Any cockpit or aircraft system can be developed in order to obtain training devices or flight simulators that can be awarded EASA/FAA certification or the equivalent. From the most basic flight training devices BITD, FNPT I/II MCC (EASA) and BATD, AATD (FAA), to the most advanced FTD I/II (EASA) and FTD 6/7 (FAA).
The Simloc Team designs and develops flight simulation software with all the necessary features to meet the client's strict requirements, even if those requirements are stricter than those required by certification standards. Programming and coding involved in the development of the laws of flight, fly-by-wire systems, virtual reality, HLA environments, automatic certification software, advanced instructor platforms, etc.
The engineers at Simloc share an important characteristic: they have previous aeronautical training. This means they are prepared to meet every challenge and fulfill every project that customers bring to them.
They understand, to perfection, how airplanes work and what pilots can face. They cover, definitively, all the professional needs to be found in the aeronautical field.
3D PRINTING FOR PROFESSIONAL FINISHES
The Hardware Team covers several disciplines such as electromechanics, electronics, telecommunications and industrial. This versatility allows them to design and manufacture all types of structures, cockpits, controls, panels and elements necessary to replicate the training device that needs to be simulated. The design process for the parts is based on 3D technology; 3D printers are used for prototyping prior to the next step, production. All the while, the strictest quality standards are observed.
AVC-SR, custom-made software for Team Velarde 26
TEAM VELARDE participants in the RED BULL AIR RACE, requested that Simloc collaborate in an effort to increase and improve training for their pilot, Juan Velarde, before each race. Simloc has developed a software that allows a comprehensive analysis to be made of the telemetry and optimal flight paths within the various tracks that make up the RED BULL AIR RACE. The result: now, both the pilot and his team have the right tools to prepare for the competition in advance.
Development of a differences simulator for SWIFTAIR
The airline Swiftair consulted Simloc about their need for a solution involving differences training for their ATR 42 and ATR 72 pilots. The proposal Simloc submitted went beyond what Swiftair had requested: they developed a tool that would not only solve Swiftair's specific differences training need, it could also be used to train pilots. And the result was the ATR 42/72 tactile simulator, with a unique interface and some surprising capabilities. The simulator is so innovative, it was even featured in Intel´s technology blog.