Based on user feedback, the Lockheed Martin team continuously expands the performance and features offered in our Prepar3D® simulation software for the most immersive learning environment. In version 1.3, we’ve implemented several application enhancements and made fixes to improve the simulation platform’s stability and usability. “We’ve taken customer comments and suggestions from the Prepar3D Support Forum to make Prepar3D the most effective simulation tool for learning on the market. With Prepar3D 1.3, we focused on enhancements to the user interface, multi-player functionality for distributed training exercises and performance,” said Martile Allen, program manager for Prepar3D. Review the release notes for
Florida middle schoolers had a chance to hear from the legendary Tuskegee Airmen and fly in Lockheed Martin Prepar3D during a February ceremony at the South Orlando YMCA Family Center. Supporting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, Lockheed Martin also presented $103,000 in contributions and grants to the YMCA and Oak Ridge High School at the event. Of that sum, $58,000 was directed to support one year of programming at the Lockheed Martin/YMCA Technology Center, the addition of the “Vision of Flight” Aviation Technology Program and the YMCA Teen Achievers engineering cluster. Oak Ridge High School received $45,000 in
Get an insider’s tips about Lockheed Martin Prepar3D by watching our new tutorial videos! Software engineer Max Perry provides step-by-step directions highlighting what you can do in Prepar3D. The first two tutorials walk you through how to join and host training sessions in Prepar3D using its multi-player capability. Get connected with colleagues around the world in distributed training exercises and take your preparation to the next level. Watch the tutorials at our videos page.
Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D will be featured during the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) – the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training conference held annually in Orlando, Fla. From Nov. 28 to Dec. 1, stop by booth 1449 to see how Lockheed Martin is advancing Prepar3D for training and mission rehearsal across aviation, ground and maritime domains. At the show, try out Prepar3D in the C-130J configuration, catch an information session or participate in a one-on-one demonstration. You can also catch a glimpse of how Prepar3D is engaging young minds through immersive learning at National Flight Academy booth 3369.
For an in-depth look at Prepar3D’s evolution and a review of what it can do, check out the November/December 2011 editions of Computer Pilot and PC Pilot! Computer Pilot A review of Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D analyzes the software’s operations and features. PC Pilot This article explores how Prepar3D has evolved since its launch in 2010 to offer more capability. Read more at these highly regarded publications’ websites!
Taking training to the next level, Lockheed Martin has launched Prepar3D 1.2 to offer students and professionals the most immersive learning environment. The latest iteration of the visual simulation software includes new features and enhancements for aviation, maritime, ground-based and emergency response training scenarios. Prepar3D can be used by private pilots, commercial organizations, the military and academia as an experiential training program for virtually any scenario imaginable. In Prepar3D, users can practice a mission or flight plan before it happens to increase effectiveness during real-world operations. “The Lockheed Martin team is excited to offer enhanced training capabilities through the release
Lockheed Martin’s Central Florida operations have been named among the 2011 recipients of the William C. Schwartz Industry Innovation Award by the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission. The award honors companies for creating, developing and successfully implementing products, ideas and processes. The award cited two Lockheed Martin programs that are meeting urgent customer needs through affordability and innovation initiatives: Prepar3D® simulation software and the HULC hydraulic-powered exoskeleton. “We are incredibly proud of this award and to call Central Florida home to several of our most innovative programs,” said Chester Kennedy, vice president of engineering at Lockheed Martin’s Global Training and
June 13, 2011 – Lockheed Martin will provide its Prepar3D® visual simulation software to power the National Flight Academy’s (NFA) immersive aviation experience as part of the academy’s hands-on approach to teaching the principles of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to students. “We believe in the mission of the National Flight Academy, which couples STEM curriculum with aviation to inspire youth about technological careers,” said Dale Bennett, president of Lockheed Martin’s Global Training and Logistics business. “With the call from our nation’s leadership – and that of our own corporation– to reinvigorate America’s innovative spirit, we feel it is
If you ask Mike Pohl at A.C.E.S. Flight Simulation if he thought it would be possible to deliver a convincing flight simulation using one projector and computer twenty years ago, he would have said, “no way”. Today, that answer would be very different. The frenzied pace of technology continues to enable us to do things previously thought impossible. Take flight training, for example. Aircrews can now train to operate multi-million dollar aircraft using a device as small as a smart phone, up to a simulator surrounded by a dome that fills an entire room. A smart-phone and a simulator the
ORLANDO, Fla., June 13, 2011 – Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will provide its Prepar3D ® visual simulation software to power the National Flight Academy’s (NFA) immersive aviation experience as part of the academy’s hands-on approach to teaching the principles of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to students. “We believe in the mission of the National Flight Academy, which couples STEM curriculum with aviation to inspire youth about technological careers,” said Dale Bennett, president of Lockheed Martin’s Global Training and Logistics business. “With the call from our nation’s leadership – and that of our own corporation– to reinvigorate America’s innovative