What is there in my old room?

Welcome on board, Marco, Cox,

Marco is the son of a ... was very curious about my cabin.

He has full interest in its part of the business, the MARKET, and with a father in the ‘jumpseat’ meegevlogen on a flight from Innsbruck to Munich.

The father and son were very impressed with the whole thing ...

Marco, Cox – 27/11/2019

Welcome on board Paul Cox,

Paul Cox is a good friend of mine, and he was, like most visitors, with an extensive interest in aircraft and aviation. He is retired and was formerly employed at the test track of Ford in Lommel, belgium.
He has, after all, the metal cockpitframe of my cockpit, into each other and welded, and that the necessary provision is made for the various parts to each other and to the assembly.

Paul, therefore, was more than welcome to pay a visit to the flight deck of Flightdeck737.be.

Paul Cox – 27/11/2019

Welcome on board Luke Hulselmans

Luke, Hulselmans, is a retired military and he worked at the air force Base of Kleine Brogel. He was hulpverkeersleider, and was set up by the AIS (Aeronautical Information Service).
The service, which is responsible for the proper co-ordination between the various departments responsible for the management of air traffic.

Luke has a passion for the paramotorvliegen.

Luke Hulselmans – 15/11/2019

Welcome on board Kenny Stals

The construction of the cockpit is nearly done, with only the flight crew compartment door, it would have to be made.

The first, and a visitor with out-of-the-box the cockpit is the son of himself.

It was like me, a lot of interest in aircraft, aviation and flightsim. He is also an active member of the In the Flight Simulator Club ’27th Squadron’ and this is specifically for VFR flights in the Marchetti SF260.

Kenny Stals – 06/11/2019

In a nutshell, to summarize ...

 

  • P3D and Prosim737 will work just fine and have been updated;
  • Remote view with P3D Viewgroups are fine and the frame rates are sufficient (Innsbruck – ORBX – 30 fps, Copenhagen – FlyTampa – 22 fps);
  • NEW 2 afgetund and updated;
  • The Sounds correspond with the correct sources and the correct outputs (speakers in cockpit-front, speakers, overhead speakers, Aural Warning Module, to speakers, to the left and to the right, to the crew, speakers, headphones);
  • Buttkickers under each Boeing 737 seats;
  • EFC737 tuned to the correct speakers, and is equipped with Dutch/English announcements ;
  • An Intercom on between the Capt and F/O to work with the Ruscool Intercom system, and this is independent of Prosim737 and the CPFlight ASP-pages (v1);
  • Cockpitverlichting is up-to-date;
  • IVAO-ready;
  • ActiveSky input into P3D via the local area network.
  • ActiveSky weather radar in the ND, to be operational;
  • AI aircraft with Traffic, the Global;
  • EFC737 input, Charts, IVAO WebEye, ProSim737 Instructor via the iPad on the armrest;
  • Aivlasoft EFB2 using a laptop.

To Do:

  • Better aftunen from its external appearance ‘sideslipping’;
  • To test the NVidia Surroud as an alternate to P3D Viewgroups ( 180° FOV?, fish-eye effect. sideslipping effect?);
  • Construction of flight crew compartment door;
  • Virtual tools using Voiceattack;
  • The virtual ATC (Pro-ATC X?);
  • The Cockpit-In-Flight-video (GoPro).

The Cockpit is operational again

It has been a while, but my cockpit is already back in operation.

There were a number of tough remedies are needed, at the regular BOD (blue screen of dead) and the P3D-crash to solve, namely, the Window 10 is to re-install, and are back to P3D.
The pc hardware has been thoroughly checked for any bad connections, or any questionable contacts to identify ...

All of this means that the whole of the cockpithardware and cockpitsoftware have to be installed and configured. A small piece of the long-term, but it is a good practice to have everything in order to make (what was that about ...?)

Since then there have been no BIDS or the P3D-crash has happened.

The construction of the cockpit, it's almost the same question. Only the flight crew compartment door should be and I have together during the year.

FS-Weekend-2019

We will be there again next year on Saturday, nov 02, ...

The Cockpit pc is DOWN

I had been going for a while, noticed that I get a BSOD (Blue screen of dead) got in on the server pc. Also, during the execution of a flight, it crashed P3D a regular basis.

It is unlikely that the cause is to look at the Windows 10 ...

After further research, in my computer (Autosoft Lommel), it was apparent that there were serious failures were in the the Windows 10.

The result is that Windows 10 is completely re-installed (clean install) and, of course, subsequently, all flight hardware needs to be plugged in and ready to go, including all of the flight software. A small piece of a long-term ...

Let's hope this week is back in operation and ready to fly ...

An update will be performed on the web in the Flight Deck Audio System.

In the pages of Flight Deck Audio System is adapted to the current situation. Due to the use of 2 of the new cockpit, the pcs, since by 2018, was also in the Flight Deck of the Audio System to be changed.

On this page you will find everything from paintings done on how the sound system is set up in the cockpit. So, anything that makes a sound in the cockpit, here is the explanation ...

Information and images regarding the Flight Deck of an Audio System is to be found at the following link:
https://www.flightdeck737.be/pc/sounds/flight-deck-sound-system/

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