VoxATC is a huge advance in Flight Simulation that adds a whole new dimension to the experience. VoxATC is the first ATC add-on for FSX, FSX SE & Prepar3D (versions 2, 3 and 4) that has been developed with integrated voice recognition. Talk to the controllers using standard ATC phraseology and what you say will be heard. Just like in the real world, requests must be properly constructed, instructions complied with and read back correctly. Some FS add-ons let you talk to the computer, with VoxATC you talk to Air Traffic Control. Download and try VoxATC for yourself, free for 7 days.
VoxATC Version 7 £49.95
Vox ATC 7 Upgrade for existing 6 users £29.95
( Must provide proof of purchase and Serial no)
Flight Simulator X
Flight Simulator X SE
To have the VoxATC panels displayed on the network server computer or another system on the network when running the VoxATC network server, download from the link below and install on the system used to display the panels.
Network (Remote) Panel
The current version of VoxATC X is 7.4. If you wish to upgrade, uninstall your current VoxATC X, VoxPopBase and any VoxPop voices then download and install this version (and the VoxPop voices available here). Registration keys for versions earlier than 7 will not work with this version
An updated version of UT2Bridge will be available in a couple of months. Don't upgrade yet if you use Ultimate Traffic with VoxATC
New X-Plane 11 as now been released in a boxed Version £59.95 free shipping
The Aerosoft Edition also includes the following three Airports: Lugano, Toulouse and Weeze!
The 11th edition of XPlane offers a much more realistic and immersive experience. A new rendering engine makes the whole world appear in a new light – literally. Due to “Physically Based Rendering”, illumination and reflections behave in physically correct ways and change depending on viewing angle and the object’s surface. This technique works dynamically which means that graphical effects no longer have to be prerendered. It was also developed with very good performance in mind.
In the completely redesigned user interface, the control setup, aircraft, airports and weather options are now presented with a visual preview which makes editing them a breeze. The simulator can now be controlled much more intuitively thanks to this well thought-out menu structure.
Furthermore, XPlane 11 features a brand new sound engine that realizes 3D surround sound with high quality samples. This works on a global scale resulting in spatially correct audio placement of any aircraft and any object within the scenery while also taking the current location of the user into account. The sound engine is fully usable and extendable by third-party add-ons.
The content of XPlane 11 is also considerably expanded. Numerous new aircraft with 3D cockpits and extensive documentation are available to the virtual pilot; add to that more than 3000 airports with 3D buildings, static aircraft and dynamic environments.
The global scenery sees new cities specific to Europe and North America and an update to its overall layout based on recent Open Street Map material
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Summer/Autumn Newsletter 2018
Flight Simulation has been in a constant state of development over the last two decades and RC Simulations have always been at the cutting edge of this and 2018 is no exception. Apart from the numerous training consoles that we have built for the Air Cadets, our team have been hard at work developing cockpits, controls and software good enough to satisfy even the most demanding customers (and a lot of real-world flying instructors).
The new range of cockpits are called Solo-ACE and Dual-ACE. The "ACE" acronym stands for "Adaptable Cockpit Environment". These are both registered trademarks of RC Simulations Ltd.
The salient features of both the new Dual-ACE and Solo-ACE cockpits are tough, double skinned glass fibre (GRP) construction. These should remain durable for years in flying club or youth organisations use and for personal use should last a lifetime.
The Dual-ACE has been made easier for occupants to enter and exit by raising the cockpit by around 25 cm and fitting an access door to both sides. The doors are wide enough to swing the longest legs through and the seats (which are based on real aircraft seats), can be slid back to allow even better entry and exit. Any average size of person will fit comfortably in our Dual-ACE for long periods of time thanks to the comfortable padded seats.
There are two versions of Dual-ACE, one which is compatible with control consoles as supplied by Precision Flight Controls (PFC Cirrus II) for example or Elite controls
(Pro Panel II) and our General Aviation unit which features our own custom dual joystick and rudder controls. Dual-ACE cockpits can be supplied in a range of colours with custom decals fitted to suit any customer requirements.
A Butt Kicker is recommended as this adds a tremendous degree of realism by providing engine vibration and ground rumble through the whole cockpit for a relatively small investment. If the budget allows, we would absolutely recommend D-Box motion. With this you get up to +2G, -0.5G of heave generating realistic turbulence for instrument practice, pre-stall buffet and much more.
Dual-ACE (dismantled) will fit though a standard door.
Solo-ACE is a single seat cockpit, originally based on the front end of a real glider. This has been altered and modified so that an individual of any height will fit in (and still be able to get out again). The construction is as the Dual-ACE.