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We can review your flight simulator documentation, and give you a written report (including recommendations) on our findings:

Review requests for tender

Review requests for tender.

  •  Do you understand what you want your simulator to do?

  • Does the device you are going to receive meet your demands?

  • And does your RFT properly reflect your requirement?

  • Evaluate and rank tender responses.

  • Does each tender offer a current state-of-the-art solution?

  • Does a tender offer (and quote) for elements you don’t need?

Evaluate the proposed data-set

Evaluate the proposed data-set.

  • Is the source of the data likely to be acceptable to the Regulatory Authority?

  • Is it a valid set and is it presented in a useable manner?

  • Does it reflect your operational needs? You don’t want to have data only for 40-flap landings if your crews always use 50 flap.

Review data collection plans

Review data collection plans (for situations where you need to conduct data-gathering flights to acquire or supplement the data needed to model the simulator).

  • Does the plan cover all necessary test points? Is the spread of weight/CG/configuration/speed/altitude adequate? Is there proper redundancy of test points?
  • Does the flight test crew understand the special requirements of simulator data-gathering? It isn’t the same as conventional flight testing.

Evaluate the proposed ATG/IQTG

Evaluate the proposed ATG/IQTG.

  • Is there a full set of valid tests?

  • Is the reference data for the tests the same as the approved data? (Sounds obvious, but we find differences).

Simulinc has conducted the Initial Accreditation/Evaluation of the Australian and NZ Defence Force Flight Simulators. These include:


Full Flight Simulators;

B707, C130H, C130J, P3C, B737 Wedgetail, S70A-9 Black Hawk Helicopter, ARH Tiger Helicopter, MRH-90 Taipan Helicopter,

MH-60 Romeo, EC 135, Sh-2 Sea Sprite Helicopter.

Flight Training Devices;

ARH Tiger Helicopter, F/A-18F Super Hornet, Hawk, T6-C.


Simulinc can now add two more Initial Evaluations to their number. The NZDF SH-2G(I) Sea Sprite FMFS and the NZDF T-6C Texan FTD.


Simulinc continues to ensure the ongoing compliance of ADF devices through the Recurrent Checking process.


Review flight simulator proof-of-test results before submission to the Regulatory Authority.

    Are there discrepancies in initial conditions or procedures? If so, results which appear to be within tolerance will not be accepted as a pass.
    If there is a test which cannot be brought within tolerance, are there grounds to seek a waiver and/or expansion of the tolerance? If so, we can help present your case.

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