Cockpit Simulation technology

Cockpit Simulation technology for Fixed-wing, Rotary-wing and Unmanned Aerial Systems.

Leonardo has developed a suite of hardware/software elements to build specific Cockpit replica for Training Devices with different levels of fidelity.
As the Cockpit is the primary interface for students in a Flight Training Device, Cockpit Simulation is a “key-element”. Leonardo Cockpit Simulation technology permits rapid developments of specific Cockpits starting from existing ready-to use components.

The technology can be used for different platforms including Fixed-wing and Rotary-wing front and rear cabins, targeted to the required level of fidelity.
The building blocks include replicated panels and consoles, replicated displays, replicated flight controls/levels, cabin structure and flight compartments, cabin lights, Input/Output interface modules and software, roll-in/roll-out platforms, G-seat, G-suit and Control Loading systems.

Main application features

Tornado Operational Flight Training Simulation (FMS category)

Mixed approach: Real panels and replica
Motion, Control Loading, NVG compatible

M-346 Full Mission Simulator (FMS category)

Fully equipped cockpits with Roll-in/Roll-out mechanism
Full panels replica.
NVG compatible
Control Loading, G-seat/G-suit, Front/Rear configuration, Air Breathing System

Eurofighter Typhoon Mission Trainer

Virtual replica.
Fully interactive MHDDs
Replicated HOTAS.

TH-500 Flight Training Device

Real cabin
Panels with mixed approach: 
Virtual panels properly masked,  1:1 Replicas, Real Panels
Control Loading

Piaggio P.1HH GCS (FMS type)

Full panels Replicas
Reuse of real panels modified for data bus control. 
Reuse of real console structure

SF-260 Flight Training Device

Mixed approach: Virtual panels with masks, real panels and 1:1 replica
Control Loading

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