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ZedaSoft has developed role-player versions of various non-U.S. aircraft at the request of our business development customers. These lower-fidelity entities provide business development customers and network-centric laboratories with simple role player aircraft to portray how certain weapons system changes and upgrades may affect the marketed capabilities of the aircraft.
Su-30 business development version of a Su-30 cockpit is effective
in portraying cockpit solutions for foreign nations.
Avionics is based on public documentation and basic avionics
knowledge. Su-30 typical weapons are also included as part of
the tactical simulation.
Su-30 virtual cockpit
The MiG-29 role-player virtual cockpit was developed to provide laboratories
with the capability to portray red-air opposing forces (OPFOR) using an unclassified
configuration. The MiG-29 cockpit instrumentation was replicated from public
photos and interfaced with standard avionics models to represent the general
capabilities of this generation fighter aircraft. The controls and instrumentation
are modeled after familiar western systems to allow ease of use by western-trained
pilots. The simulation includes: simple aircraft model representing
the general thrust and weight characteristics, correct cockpit gauge placement
and articulation, parameter-driven radar model and air-to-air weapons deployment.
MiG-29 virtual cockpit
The SEPECAT Jaguar aircraft was developed for our business development customers who require a 3rd generation aircraft system that can be used to demonstrate how new network-centric avionics systems can be incorporated into a legacy platform to extend aircraft life and improve weapon system lethality.
Jaguar virtual cockpit