New high-fidelity cockpit for Tactical Training of F-35 pilots in Mixed Reality environments or with traditional visual systems, such as spherical displays, providing the base of a realist and immersive training.
The Realsimulator F-35 Cockpit accurately replicate all the panels, the panoramic 20-by-8-inch touchscreen main display and the flight controls of the F-35B aircraft. Contact us
Tactical Training System
The cockpit is complemented by a robust replica of the Martin-Baker US16E Ejection Seat, entirely made of metal and carbon fiber.
Robustness and Modularity
The F-35 cockpit is composed of a modular structure entirely constructed in metal, facilitating easy assembly and disassembly for shipping and doing it suitable for installation in any location. Its design allows easy installation anywhere since each module can individually pass through any office door.
Access to the cockpit is achieved through a convenient lateral entry, facilitated by the sliding system located on the left console.
HOTAS Flight Controls and Panels
HOTAS flight controls, Panoramic Cockpit Display (PCD), IPP/ICC control panel, Engine panel, Rudder panel, Emergency Jettison Control panel, Landing Gear panel, Auto Recovery panel, Zeroize panel, HMD panel, Master Arm panel and Backup Flight Instrument are all faithfully replicated.
HOTAS grips are fully handmade manufactured in high density resin and are populated with industrial-grade switches and sensors with functionality similar to reals one. The standard version of cockpit includes passive stick and throttle, upon request, additional functionalities such as autothrottle, friction, and active stick can be incorporated.
Easy hardware-software Integration
The simulator can be delivered as hardware supply to integrate into the client's solution or as a complete "turn-key" solution, featuring either a dome visual system or a mixed reality headset along with the training software chosen by the client.
Its versatile connectivity ensures universal compatibility with any client's platform, facilitating its use as both an independent training/formation unit or as part of a mission training unit in collaboration with other simulators.