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Flight Simulation / Navigraph Survey
« Last post by Beef on November 14, 2017, 08:22:06 PM »
Excerpt from Navigraph's blog:

Survey Results: Prepar3D & X-Plane up, FSX down

The Navigraph FlightSim Community Survey 2017 conducted between 20th October and 6th of November has now been compiled and partially analyzed. This year 3,187 respondents participated, which is an improvement over last year’s 2,200 participants.

This blog posts highlights some interesting and notable observations in the survey. What’s interesting and notable depends on the reader, but in general we can say that the average flight simmer is a 47 year old male living in the US, working full time, with an average of 16 years of flight simulation experience, flying a Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v.4, mainly out of interest, about five times a week, for a weekly average of 11.5 hours.

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Virtual Battlespace (V.B.S.) / VBS AI Civilian Behaviors for Security Training
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 08:21:15 PM »
VBS AI Civilian Behaviors for Security Training

Published on 14 Nov 2017

Easily populates any VBS3 terrain with high-fidelity pedestrians and traffic, increasing immersion of any VBS3 training. The behaviors can be visually configured by placing points of interest into the scenario. These civilian behaviors, available for VBS3 as part of the VBS Control Behavior Pack 1, were created using the VBS Control Editor. The VBS Control Editor is an intuitive AI development toolkit, allowing for rapid development of AI behaviors for VBS3 and, through the Gears framework, other software applications. It is also available for purchase as part of the VBS Simulation SDK.
Multiplayer games & AAR's / Re: SOW Waterloo Multiplayer Wednesday 15/11/17
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 08:18:13 PM »
General Colbert has rested his men. He is ready for battle  :Eagle
Flight Simulation / Aircraft Size Comparison 3D
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 08:17:05 PM »
Aircraft Size Comparison 3D

Published on 2 Apr 2016

Bumble Bee II (Smallest Piloted Plane) : Length:2.7m/8.9ft, Wingspan:1.7m/5.6ft
Wright Flyer : L:6.4m/21ft, W:12.3m/40ft
Bell X-1 : L:9.4m/31ft, W:8.5m/28ft
B-25 Bomber : L:16m/52ft, W:21m/69ft
S-64 Skycrane : L:21m/69ft, Rotor Diameter:22m/72ft
CH-47 Chinook : L:30m/98ft, R:18m/59ft (NOTE: Chinook is around 30% smaller in reality)
Boeing 737 : L:31m/102ft, W:28m/92ft
SR-71 Blackbird : L:33m/108ft, W:17m/56ft
Airbus A320 : L:38m/125ft, W:34m/112ft
Mi-26 (Largest Helicopter) : L:40m/131ft, R:32m/115ft
Boeing 727 : L:44m/144ft, W:33m/108ft
Boeing 707 : L:44m/144ft, W:40m/131ft
Airbus A310 : L:47m/154ft, W:44m/144ft
Airbus A300 : L:54m/177ft, W:45m/148ft
Boeing 767 : L:55m/180ft, W:48m/157ft
Space Shuttle Columbia : L:56m/184ft, W:24m/79ft
Airbus A330 : L:59m/194ft, W:60ft/197ft
Airbus A340 : L:64m/210ft, W:60m/197ft
Boeing 777 : L:64m/210ft, W:61m/200ft
Hughes H-4 Hercules (Largest Wingspan) : L:67m/220ft, W:98m/322ft
Airbus A380 (Largest Commercial Plane) : L:73m/240ft, W:80m/262ft
Boeing 747-8 (Longest Commercial Plane) : L:76m/249ft, W:68m/223ft
Antonov An-225 Mriya (Largest Airplane) : L:84m/276ft, W:88m/289ft
LZ 129 Hindenburg (Largest Aircraft Ever Flown): L:245m/803ft
Multiplayer games & AAR's / Re: SOW Waterloo Multiplayer Wednesday 15/11/17
« Last post by Colbert on November 14, 2017, 08:16:56 PM »
I moving  :Vive :French sodier with flag :Soldier_salute :chg
Games Discussion / Total War Saga: THRONES OF BRITANNIA
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 08:08:59 PM »

Published on 14 Nov 2017

It is 878 AD, and the Viking Invasion of Britain is over. The Norse warlords are firmly established, but the ambitious kings of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales have aspirations of their own – not least the great King Alfred of Wessex.

Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/712100

Multiplayer games & AAR's / Re: SOW Waterloo Multiplayer Wednesday 15/11/17
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 08:03:28 PM »
General Biondo added to the list  :French sodier with flag
Virtual Battlespace (V.B.S.) / Re: VBS Videos/Screenshots
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 06:45:12 PM »

Virtual Battlespace (V.B.S.) / Bohemia Interactive Simulations at I/ITSEC 2017
« Last post by Asid on November 14, 2017, 06:44:28 PM »
Bohemia Interactive Simulations at I/ITSEC 2017

This year at I/ITSEC 2017, Bohemia Interactive Simulations is launching VBS Blue IG, a high-performance, standards-based, 3D whole-earth image generator providing day/night/sensor scenes across multiple synchronized displays to support the full spectrum of land, sea, air and space use cases. Visit BISim and partners at booth #2235 to see live demonstrations of the latest simulation technologies.

What You’ll See at I/ITSEC 2017


Booth Partners


Demonstrations at Booth #2235


BISim will showcase a joint operations demo using VBS Blue IG, our new 3D whole-earth image generator. This joint operations scenario involves multiple motion platforms for land and air vehicle simulations integrated with VBS Blue IG and working with the latest commercial off-the-shelf Virtual Reality hardware. VBS Blue IG features deep integration and correlation with VBS3 as a simulation host to support reuse of existing VBS3 content and scenarios. Watch a video showing VBS3 and VBS Blue IG correlation.

VBS Control

VBS Control Editor is an intuitive AI development tool, allowing for rapid development of AI behaviors for VBS3 and, through the Gears framework, other software applications. VBS Control provides full and direct control of AI and is designed to deal with both entity level behaviors as well as higher levels of abstracted behaviors such as squad, platoon or company level. Watch a video.


VBS3 provides a virtual training environment for land, air and sea training and mission rehearsal applications. VBS3 is the de facto standard in game-based military simulation and meets hundreds of training use cases. It interoperates with legacy simulations, protecting and extending existing investments in LVC training technologies and also new standards such as Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR). Visit our Youtube page for more videos.  https://www.youtube.com/user/bisimmedia

Operation Blended Warrior

BISim is proud to sponsor Operation Blended Warrior (OBW), I/ITSEC’s collaborative LVC event conducted between U.S. Department of Defense and industry. This is the third year BISim has participated in OBW and VBS Blue IG is one of the virtual simulation environments in use during OBW. Watch the OBW vignettes at booth #449. Read the Playbook. http://exhibits.iitsec.org/2017//custom/OBW%20Playbook_NTSA_final.pdf

BISim Opens New Simulation Technology Development and Demo Facility in Orlando

VBS Blue IG on Immersaview dome display

Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) recently opened a state-of-the-art simulation technology development and demonstration facility for its customers and partners.

The facility brings together the latest in simulation technology from a group of leading simulation software and hardware providers. The BISim Tech Development & Demo facility, housed in BISim’s Orlando headquarters, includes the following technologies:

•   VBS Blue IG, BISim’s new 3D whole-earth rendering technology for Image Generation applications, and VBS3, BISim’s virtual training environment and flagship of the U.S. Army’s Games for Training program.
•   Emerging Virtual and Augmented Reality solutions created using the VBS platform including an F-18 Trainer developed for the US Navy and an AC-130 check-list trainer developed in partnership with Vertex Solutions Group and SA Simulations for Air Force Special Operations Command.
•   High-end and high-performance computer hardware supplied by FoxGuard Solutions.
•   A 3-channel, 180-degree H, 45-degree V curve dome provided by Immersaview/Plexsys. The system incorporates powerful high-fidelity F50 projectors and AudioCue directional sound system from Barco.
•   An immersive JTAC training system that utilizes emulated military equipment provided by QuantaDyn, VBS Blue IG for visuals, Battlespace Simulation’s MACE software as the SAF, and QuantaDyn’s DIScover software for simulation host.
•   A D-BOX Motion Cueing System and an Ausimtech Motion Platform combined for flight simulation applications including an F/A-18 Hornet and attack helicopter simulation.
•   TerraSim database creation technology for BISim’s whole-earth technology, VBS Blue IG.   
•   VBS Fires FST from SimCentric Technologies, the company's flagship product enabling full spectrum offensive fires, close air support and UAV vectoring capabilities with incorporation of realistic Collateral Damage Estimates and Battle Damage Assessment utilising SimCentric's Ambience pattern of life generation tool.   

To schedule a private demonstration, contact our sales team at sales@bisimulations.com or call our Orlando office at 407-608-7000.

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