The Institute for Helicopter Technology, Department of Aerospace and Geodesy, Technical University Munich/Germany
Turnkey visual display solution for helicopter simulator (Rotorcraft Simulation Equipment) equipped with a 5m diameter curved screen, high resolution 4k six-channel projection system and patented domeprojection.com ProjectionTools auto-alignment.
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The Institute for Helicopter Technology, at the Technical University Munich operates a helicopter simulator (Rotorcraft Simulation Equipment) equipped with a 5m diameter and a curved screen.
project: syntropy delivered a 6-channel visual display system – at that time featuring projectiondesign F22 WUXGA projectors – which provides a large field of view of 200° horizontal and +30°/-50° vertical on the spherical screen. The complete system was calibrated using the domeprojection.com auto-alignment system.
Meanwhile we upgraded the visual display system on behalf of ESG GmbH to a new high resolution standard using Barco FL40-4k projectors and a ProjectionTools-Update.
The new visual display system can be seen in the ARD alpha-feature starting at minute 1:00.
The original cockpit of a Bo105 offers a realistic environment for the pilot and can be used for testing of existing and future cockpit design simulations. It is used for Pilot-In-The-Loop simulation
of flight close to ground and in obstacle proximity.
About the Institute for Helicopter Technology
The Institute for Helicopter Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, at the Technical University Munich provides research and education in essential knowledge of helicopter design and architecture, systems engineering, accreditation and certification. Helicopter-specific challenges are addressed in research and education, including helicopter aerodynamics and dynamics, flight mechanics and controls, design and architecture, systems engineering and certification.