At FLYING Media Group’s annual appreciation and awards presentation during the week of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, Redbird Flight was presented with a 2023 Editor’s Choice Award for its personalized proficiency training app, Redbird Pro.
Redbird Flight today announced new feature enhancements to Redbird Tracon, the company’s multi-simulator classroom management software. First debuted at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018, Tracon enables instructors to oversee and control multiple simulator sessions simultaneously from one centralized interface.
At EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2023, Redbird Flight previewed a new instructional tool that is in development for its line of training devices. Redbird Ace is a real-time intelligent demonstrator that can take the controls of the simulated aircraft to perform and explain maneuvers. It is the latest technology in development by Redbird Alpha, the company’s advanced development division.
Redbird Flight today released a major upgrade to its fleet of training devices, making them fully compatible with 64-bit simulation engines. Available on all Redbird devices, the upgrade takes full advantage of the performance enhancements available in the core simulation engine, Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D. In addition, it boosts the overall performance of the simulation and improves the graphics rendering capabilities, providing a smoother and more immersive environment for pilots flying in the simulated world.
Today at Redbird Migration, Redbird announced the appointment of Eric Crump, Executive Director of the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE), to the company’s Board of Directors. “We’ve seen a huge growth in the education and K-12 market over the last three years," said Redbird COO and President Charlie Gregoire. "Eric brings immense hands-on experience in this segment, and we’re excited to have him on our board."
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