Ontario Air Cadets Take Flight with Prepar3D®

Lockheed Martin provided Prepar3D® to the Cadet Youth Development Centre in Breslau, Ontario, to encourage youth to explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The Cadet Youth Development Centre is home to the 822 Tutor Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. As a registered charity, the centre offers free access to aerospace and robotics programs for cadets and youth aged 12-18 years. Its Introduction to Aerospace Through Simulation program engages participants in aviation-based tasks where they build teamwork, leadership and resource management skills while experiencing STEM principles in action. Read more about the Centre and its mission in this

A.C.E.S. Flight Simulation and Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D®

If you ask Mike Pohl at A.C.E.S. Flight Simulation if he thought it would be possible to deliver a convincing flight simulation using one projector and computer twenty years ago, he would have said, “no way”. Today, that answer would be very different. The frenzied pace of technology continues to enable us to do things previously thought impossible. Take flight training, for example. Aircrews can now train to operate multi-million dollar aircraft using a device as small as a smart phone, up to a simulator surrounded by a dome that fills an entire room. A smart-phone and a simulator the

Case Studies

Hi, I am very pleased to post the first of many case studies showing Prepar3D® being used.  The first one is the use of Prepar3D® in a Lockheed Martin C-130 simulator training device called the MFTA.  http://www.prepar3d.com/case-study-multi-function-training-aid/ Let me know if you would like your Prepar3D® solution to be listed as a case study.  We would be very happy to showcase it! Regards, John