Monthly Archives: July 2014

IADS Control Room setup complete

The setup of the IADS control room was complete. The control room is capable of supporting multiple users and test disciplines where an existing telemetry pre-processor exists or an IADS standard data source protocol is supplied. The control room consists of an … Continue reading

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Like kids

Devoted to myself for my 33rd birthday and to my friend Vassilis for all we have shared. We’ll always be like kids…

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Testing G-suits

New anti-g suits were received and somebody had to test their compatibility and functionality. Nough’ said. Jumped in the L-39 with Bjarni and pulled some g’s. Suits worked as a charm and had great fun, even if sometimes I didn’t … Continue reading

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Extending an engineering simulator’s FOV

Peripheral vision is an important factor for the perception of movement in 3D space. Using low-cost solutions, the field of view of an engineering flight simulator was extended from 50 to ~140 deg improving drastically the pilot’s flight perception. Next … Continue reading

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Supersonic footprint generation over lake Huron

Towards the request of a supersonic corridor over South Ontario, a supersonic footprint over lake Huron had to be generated in order to contribute towards the granting of permission from the authorities. The intended mission profile would be a Mig-23 accelerating from … Continue reading

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