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Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company

F-22 Marketing Simulators

ZedaSoft provides the software and cockpit updates for Lockheed Martin's F-22 marketing simulators. This includes mechanization and symbology updates needed to demonstrate new features and capabilities of the F-22 aircraft. The simulators vary from a fixed full 3-window visual scene simulator, to a show demonstration unit, down to a desktop model used to support concept development and demonstrations.

F-22 Traveling Demonstrator

As a part of Lockheed Martin’s F-22 marketing efforts, ZedaSoft supports an F-22 Traveling Demonstrator that was specifically designed to withstand the constraints and hazards found on a long-term road show. The simulator was specifically designed to be modular and fit through 30" door openings. All components fit in anvil style travel cases, and the computer systems are commercial products that can be repaired easily on the road. This demonstrator is set up at airshows, conferences, and vendor meetings, and recently was seen on the television show Good Morning America.

Fighter Demonstration Center (FDC) – Washington D.C.

ZedaSoft personnel support a fixed F-22 simulator system located in Lockheed Martin’s Fighter Demonstration Center (FDC) in Washington D.C. The FDC is a unique marketing facility that is used to highlight the company's fighter capabilities, emphasizing the F-22 Raptor and the F-35 Lightning II. Briefings, cockpit demonstrations and center tours (including display models of numerous systems components) for both aircraft are provided.

Center for Innovation (Lighthouse)

As a team effort ZedaSoft provided the F-22 marketing simulation software as a starting point for the F-22 cockpit simulator used in the Lockheed Martin Center for Innovation at Suffolk VA. This center is a powerful net-centric experimentation and analysis laboratory that serves as a focal point for resourceful thinking and revolutionary technology demonstrations.

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