Prepar3D ® – Lockheed Martin’s mid-fidelity visual simulation software – demonstrated its strategic role in the future of serious training at this year’s Defense GameTech Users’ Conference in Orlando. The annual conference is the centerpiece of an effort by the Department of Defense to advance game and virtual world technologies to improve training and human performance. For Lockheed Martin representatives Martile Allen and Wes Bard from the Prepar3D ® development team, it was an opportunity to show potential users the true value of what the powerful, mid-fidelity software could add to a training program. “At the end of the day,
New users can now register and purchase the latest version of
We should be announcing the release date for version 1.1 of Prepar3D very soon. I thought I would take a little bit of space to let you know of the changes and fixes in this release. This is not the finalized list, but pretty close to it. There will be a complete changelog available to reflect the final 1.1 release version. New Features Multi-Touch support added Multi touch on single touchpanels and across multiple touchpanels New functionality to Save and Load Custom Control configurations New SimConnect APIs Added to support enhanced development Synchronous SimConnect Allows for “blocking” callbacks, meaning that the
We have added a new Case Study on the site for the RealSims PRO-SERIES™ AATD simulator that features Prepar3D®. Go to our Case Study page to see more.
The Prepar3D® team was at the I/ITSEC 2010 conference and trade show last week in Orlando. This is the largest show of its type in the world, showcasing the latest in training and simulation technologies. Chester Kennedy, Vice President of Engineering for Lockheed Martin Global Training and Logistics speaks to the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) about Lockheed Martin and Prepar3D® in a video interview. A highlight is the Multi-Function Training Aid (MFTA) shown running Prepar3D®. Click on the video below to see the interview!
Hi, I am very pleased to post the first of many case studies showing Prepar3D® being used. The first one is the use of Prepar3D® in a Lockheed Martin C-130 simulator training device called the MFTA. http://www.prepar3d.com/case-study-multi-function-training-aid/ Let me know if you would like your Prepar3D® solution to be listed as a case study. We would be very happy to showcase it! Regards, John
Nov 15, 2010 09:00 ET EasyBlend™ Auto-Calibration Option Enables Immersive Projected Displays CAMBRIDGE, MA–(Marketwire – November 15, 2010) – Scalable Display Technologies (SDT), a leading provider of software for multi-projection display systems, today announced that Lockheed Martin’s recently launched Prepar3D® professional training and simulation software is shipping “EasyBlend Ready,” enabling it to seamlessly interoperate with SDT’s EasyBlend™ calibration software. Prepar3D® builds on a proven simulation framework for aviation training. Lockheed Martin is customizing it for ground, civil, and logistics applications. Engaging users in immersive experiences with realistic environments, Prepar3D® is an affordable tool for training, evaluating, and preparing personnel for
There is already some very impressive work that is being done by developers using Prepar3D and some of this work can be seen in the Showcase area in the Forum. Scroll down to see the scenery work of Dean here: http://www.prepar3d.com/forum-5/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=59.0 This is my favourite shot: And Ralph here: http://www.prepar3d.com/forum-5/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=64.0 If anyone has some work that they would like to share, please do! We would love to see what is being done with Prepar3D!! John
Hi, I have just created a new topic in the support forums for troubleshooting, problems and issues related to Prepar3D, the SDK, website and any other areas. Post any bugs or problems in that forum topic and in the appropriate sub-category. Thanks! John
As you know, Prepar3D will be available on Monday next week for purchase and download. The Prepar3D application is a very large file! The download will be 10.5Gb and the SDK will be an additional 304Mb. A download manager is a must in order to download successfully and ensure a restart if the connection is interrupted for any reason. You could download without it if you have a solid reliable internet connection. Any good download manager that can point to an FTP or HTTP download address will be fine. I have successfully tested wxDownload Fast (an open source download manager app) with