Simcontrol

SimControl grants users the ability to reposition aircraft instantly, change the wind and weather, fail engine components or instruments for realistic training in your simulator and much more without ever needing to get out of the captain’s chair or pause the simulation.

Sim Control

SimControl will enhance your flight simulator experience unlike any other app on the market. This app gives you the power of a sophisticated instructor station, in your lap!

 

SimControl grants users the ability to reposition aircraft instantly, change the wind and weather, fail engine components or instruments for realistic training in your simulator and much more without ever needing to get out of the captain’s chair or pause the simulation. This helps make the experience fun again by alleviating many of the common complaints, distractions, and tasks that require navigating through multiple computer screens. SimControl also makes training scenarios easier than ever to achieve. With the use of instant aircraft repositioning you could, for instance, set yourself up for an approach 5, 10 or 15 nautical miles from the runway as many times as you need to retry it or practice engine out procedures with the press of a button.

Key Features Include:

  • Instant repositioning of aircraft
  • Set custom weather settings with multiple layers
  • Option to use current real METAR weather settings for your local area
  • Real IFR chart (NOS) overlay on map screen with flight path tracing
  • Quick and easy connection to the simulator over WiFi
  • Fuel top off and battery recharge at the click of a button
  • Dedicated failures page for instruments, systems, and engine malfunctions
  • Currently supports X-Plane, FSX, & Prepar3D (Elite under development)
  • And many more…

 

*This software is licensed for non-commercial home use only. Any commercial use of this software is a violation of copyright.

*Charts contained in this software are not to be used for real world navigation. They are intended for flight simulator use only. You must consult current IFR enroute charts before flying a real aircraft.

 

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Credits:

*IFR charts adapted from www.FAA.gov