Today at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022, Redbird Flight (Redbird) uncovered for the first time a proof of concept for a desktop flight training device that utilizes mixed-reality (MR) technology. Developed on the same platform as the company’s FAA-approved Basic Aviation Training Device, the Redbird TD, the new device adds a mixed-reality headset that amplifies a pilot’s visual cues, creating a more immersive environment for flight training.
The new product, dubbed Redbird Connect, enables flight instructors to guide students through flight simulator sessions from anywhere in the world.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on the flight training industry, Redbird Flight Simulations is providing free access to a new product that enables flight instructors to conduct remote flight simulator sessions with students.
Redbird announced a new app that allows an instructor to manage multiple simulators, released GIFT for desktops, and showed off a radical new motion platform concept.