Category Archives: Tech-News

Somewhere over the Florida sky

You could fin Wayne and I blasting to KGIF. Click below for more photos:

Embraer Factory

Here are some quick images where the new legacy resides. It was placed in an amazing demo room:

Shooting some sims at the office

Here are some photos of the units up for sale…

Detroit Install

A quick to visit to Detroit reveals an install in Construction Helicopters, check out the photos below:

Flight 1 G1000 Kit

Here are some photos of the upcoming flight1 G1000 unit, if you want to be impressed and have an affordable trainer, this is the sim you need. This G1000 unlike other more expensive kits out there is affordable. Do not be fooled by those water downed G1000 that does 20% functionality – this G1000 will run circles around all of them!

Panama Upgrade

After much delays and complaints, I have taken this one by the horns. The folks at UNPAC had ordered an EFIS upgrade to the King Air simulator they own. Compare the before/after shot below:


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Below you will find a slide show -of my upgrade. This took four days to put together but at the end of the day it was very nice to see the possibility with the ELITE hardware/software.

Brazil Install

This install was in Curitiba Brazil, the heli a Dual Control AS-350 with 4 screen visual and GNS 530. This 4 day install was very interesting. I look forward to go back for the second unit.

Jetline Visit

As our company grows, we are looking to expand some areas of the business to streamline the process of making the ELITE Kits available to our customers quickly. I am so happy to have developed a business relationship with the awesome guys of Jetline Systems.

Both Greg and Kent are expert in the hardware world making the most out of every PC running ELITE and Prepa3d Software. They are in the process of making these external visual systems, for us. Here are some pictures from today’s meeting!


Foreflight Integration

Here are a few photos of the ELITE simulator working via WIFI with the foreflight iPAD app. I would like to thank Joerg and Jason for getting these two wonderful devices speaking to each other. For more information on the Foreflight app you can visit:

Note: this is not one of these expensive bluetooth options limited to 5 devices, you are truly limited to the amount of devices your router can carry. For more info on the simulator visit

CRJ Simulator

Here are some shots I took at the CRJ sim @ ASU…

My foot goes to sleep.