Boeing

Introduction

Simulator Management Services uses its team of experts in simulated flight and Boeing aircraft to provide simulator solutions to airlines, flight-training organizations, and simulator manufacturers worldwide. With customized software updates, modifications on flight-training devices, and a suite of simulated flight-deck hardware, we use our extensive industry experience to provide high-quality solutions for all of your simulator needs.

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Simulator Updates

Simulator Updates

Software Modeling

Our software updates help ensure that the simulators in your facility are efficient, accurate, and compliant with regulations.

To enhance your training capabilities, we offer simulator software updates and modifications that increase the fidelity and flexibility of your training devices. Any software system can be updated — from flight controls and engine models to the aircraft systems and aerodynamics. We can update your device with the latest data package revisions to increase the accuracy and quality of your simulation and ensure its compliance with new regulations. Our updates include adding aircraft configurations to your existing simulator, which reduces the need to purchase costly assets to support multiple airplane variants in your fleet.

Visual System Updates

We provide a total solution for visual replacements: from acquisition through tear down of the old visual system, hardware installation of the new visual, software integration, and qualification. The benefits of upgrading a visual system are:

  • Higher fidelity of training because of the greater clarity and accuracy of the visual scenes
  • Improved reliability, minimal downtime, and easier maintenance
  • Reduced operating and maintenance costs with liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS) technology versus cathode ray tube (CRT)
  • More accurate airport databases for visual scenes
  • Compliance with new regulatory requirements

 

Simulated Hardware

Boeing offers a suite of simulated hardware that provide a reliable, cost-effective solution for your Flight Simulator Training Device (FSTD). Many of the simulated hardware offerings are equipped with a “plug and-play” connector which utilizes the same connectivity as in the aircraft. Additionally, USB and Ethernet connections are available for added flexibility for use in lower level devices. All the simulated hardware functions the same as an aircraft unit with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

Below are our simulated product offerings:

Simulated Audio Control Panel (simACP)

simulated Audio Control Panel (simACP)

  • 737-600/-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX

Features

  • Replicates Boeing part numbers 10-62090-64, -77, -86, and -88.
  • AVTECH part number 5145-1-64, -77, -86, and -88.
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

simulated Common Display System (simCDS)

  • 737-700/-800/-900

Overview

Boeing offers a simulated CDS solution for flight simulators utilizing aircraft glass for the display units driven by Boeing software. As replacement of aircraft displays has become costly and aging simulated displays have become obsolete, the Boeing simulated display system is a cost effective solution for a mid-life update to your Next-Generation 737 simulator or your new build flight simulator. The design of the simCDS has the same functionality as the aircraft unit, with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

Features

  • Six simulated displays, utilizing certified airplane display glass and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) technology with additional spare display.
  • Boeing simCDS software installed on computer.

Simulated Audio Control Panel (simACP)

simulated Electronic Flight Bag (simEFB)

  • 737-700/-800/-900
  • 747-400/-8
  • 777-200/-300

Overview

The Boeing Class III simulated Electronic Flight Bag (simEFB) hardware and installation services meet the requirements for EFB training in your Flight Simulator Training Device (FSTD). Boeing offers simulated units to replace the aircraft components in FSTDs, improving reliability and accessibility while lowering equipment cost. simEFB can operate on any simulator manufacturer device and functions the same as an aircraft EFB unit, with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

 

Features

  • simEFB requires two Display Units (DUs) and two Electronic Units (EUs), one for the Captain and First Officer.
  • AFaster data-loading capability. Customer-specific EFB data can be quickly and easily loaded directly into the EU in a matter of minutes. No separate data loader required.

 

Additional EFB Products

  • simEFB Training Tablet
  • simEFB Desktop Trainer

Simulated Electronic Flight Instrument System (simEFIS)

simulated Electronic Flight Instrument System (simEFIS)

  • 737 MAX

Features

  • Replicates Boeing part number S242A403.
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

simulated Integrated Standby Flight Display (simISFD)

simulated Integrated Standby Flight Display (simISFD)

  • 737-600/-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX
  • 747-400/-8
  • 757 family
  • 767 family
  • 777 family

Features

  • Replicates Boeing part numbers:
    • 737-600/-700/-800/-900:
         S231A120-10, -11, and -13.
    • 737 MAX:
         S231A120-15 and -16.
    • 747-400, 757, 767:
         S231A120-2, -3, and -6.
    • 747-8, 767, 777:
         S231A120-9, and -14.
  • Aircraft connector for plug and play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

simulated Multi-Purpose Control Display Unit (simMCDU)

simulated Multi-Purpose Control Display Unit (simMCDU)

  • 737-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX

Features

  • The simMCDU was designed to provide for different modes of operation (CDU, MCDU, and FANS MCDU), where the active mode of operation is dependent on the type of faceplate connected to the CDU back-end unit.
  • Interchangeable face plates that allow for multiple MCDU configurations on one unit.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.
  • Monochrome and color-capable LCD display.
  • Replicates Boeing part numbers:
    • S242A600-100X, Control Display Unit (FMC CDU).
    • S242A600-200X, Multi Purpose Control Display Unit (MCDU).
    • S242A600-300X, FANS Multi Purpose Control Display Unit (MCDU).

simulated Mode Control Panel (simMCP)

simulated Mode Control Panel (simMCP)

  • 737-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX
  • 777-200/-200LR/-300/-300ER
  • 777 Freighter

Features

  • Replicates Boeing part numbers S241A100-242 and -244 for the 737 and S241W001-261 for the 777. The 777 simMCP is also replaceable with earlier models of the MCP.
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

simulated Multi-Mode Navigation Receiver (simMMR)

simulated Multi-Mode Navigation Receiver (simMMR)

  • 737-600/-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX

Features

  • Replicates Gables part number G7501-01.
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

simulated Navigation Control Panel (simNAV)

simulated Navigation Control Panel (simNAV)

  • 737-600/-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX

Features

  • Replicates Gables Engineering Inc. part number G7500-03.
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

simulated Radio Tuning Panel (simRTP)

simulated Radio Tuning Panel (simRTP)

  • 737-600/-700/-800/-900
  • 737 MAX

Features

  • Replicates Gables Engineering Inc. part number G7404-124.
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation.
  • Three interface options: aircraft connector, USB, or Ethernet.

Simulator Electronic Flight Bag

Simulator Electronic Flight Bag
  • 737-700/-800/-900
  • 747-400/-8
  • 777-200/-300

Overview
The Boeing Class III simulated Electronic Flight Bag (simEFB) hardware and installation services meet the requirements for EFB training in your flight simulator training device (FSTD).

Boeing Flight Services offers simulated units to replace the aircraft components in FSTDs, improving reliability and accessibility while lowering equipment cost. SimEFB functions the same as an aircraft EFB unit, with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

Value

  • Lower-cost solution than aircraft hardware, which is essential for reducing training costs
  • Faster data-loading capability, which significantly reduces downtime between training sessions
  • Enhanced lifecycle support, which significantly reduces cost of spare parts and operational support
  • Designed to handle the rigors of operation in a simulator, which improves reliability and performance
  • Equipped with EFB applications required for training

 

How It Works
SimEFB requires two display units (DUs) and two electronic units (EUs). The DUs are placed in the simulator cockpit; EUs are located in the simulator computer room and integrated into the simulator systems. Unlike the aircraft EFB hardware, which requires a separate data loader, customer-specific EFB data can be quickly and easily loaded directly into the EU in a matter of minutes. Users can drive the EFB applications and systems through the EFB maintenance tool via a computer monitor and keyboard connected to the EUs. SimEFB can operate on any simulator manufacturer device.

Additional EFB Products

  • simEFB Training Tablet
  • simEFB Desktop Trainer

 

Price
Contact Boeing Flight Services for pricing information.

Simulated Multi-Functional Control Display Unit

Simulated Multi-Functional Control Display Unit
  • 737-700/-800/-900

Overview
The Boeing simulated Multi-Functional Control Display Unit (simMCDU) hardware kit provides a reliable, cost-effective solution for your flight simulator training device (FSTD).

Boeing Flight Services offers a "plug and play" simMCDU for FSTDs that uses the same connector as on the aircraft unit. The simMCDU is functionally, physically, and structurally the same as an aircraft unit with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

Value

  • Reduced-cost solution for upgrading to the latest MCDU
  • Cost-effective option for spares inventory

 

Features

  • The simMCDU provides for different modes of operation (CDU, MCDU, and FANS MCDU), where the active mode of operation is dependent on the type of faceplate connected to the CDU chassis.
  • Replicates Boeing part numbers:
    • S242A600 — 1000 Control Display Unit (FMC CDU)
    • S242A600 — 2000 Multi-Purpose Control Display Unit (MCDU)
    • S242A600 — 3000 FANS Multi-Purpose Control Display Unit (MCDU)
  • Two units in each simMCDU hardware kit
  • Changeable faceplates to match customer specification
  • Aircraft connector for plug-and-play installation
  • Monochrome and color-capable LCD display
  • FANS capability
  • Two-year warranty
  • Available for any simulator manufacturer device

 

Price
Contact Boeing Flight Services for pricing information.

Simulated Mode Control Panel

Simulated Mode Control Panel
  • 737-700/-800/-900

Overview

The Boeing simulated Mode Control Panel (simMCP) hardware kit provides a low-cost solution for your flight simulator training device (FSTD).

Boeing Flight Services offers a "plug and play" simMCP for FSTDs that uses the same connectivity as in the aircraft. Also, simMCP includes a USB connection for added flexibility in lower-level devices. The sim- MCP functions the same as an aircraft unit with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

Value

  • Reduced-cost solution versus aircraft component
  • Cost-effective option for spares inventory
  • Included spares kit, which allows for quick on-site repair and maintenance

 

Features

  • Replicates Boeing part number S241A100–242
  • Aircraft connectors for plug-and-play installation
  • USB and power connections for use in lower-level training devices
  • Ability to directly update unit with software changes on site
  • Supports CAT IIIB capability
  • Spares kit with required maintenance tools
  • Two-year warranty
  • Available for any simulator manufacturer device

 

Price

Contact Boeing Flight Services for pricing information.

Simulated Common Display System

simCDS
  • 737-700/-800/-900

Overview
The Boeing simulated Common Display System (simCDS) product provides a cost-saving, total solution for your new and existing flight simulator training devices (FSTD).

Boeing Flight Services offers a simCDS solution for FSTDs that uses aircraft glass for the display units driven by Boeing software. As replacement of aircraft displays has become costly and aging simulated displays have become obsolete, the Boeing simulated display system is a cost-effective solution for a mid-life update to your Next-Generation 737 simulator. The design of the simCDS has the same functionality as the aircraft unit, with no discernible difference to an operator in the flight deck.

Value

  • It is a cost-effective solution for new-build FSTDs as well as for aging displays in existing simulators, extending the life of the simulator.
  • Included spares kit with two additional displays and other components allows for on-site maintenance and sufficient spares inventory.

 

Features
Simulated displays

  • Six simulated displays, which use Honeywell display glass and liquid crystal display (LCD) technology with two additional spare displays, totaling eight displays in hardware kit
  • Two-year warranty

 

SimCDS software

  • simCDS software installed on computer
  • Off-board, rack-mounted computer to drive displays
  • Graphics cards, ARINC 453/708 card, ARINC 429 card, and video-interfacing hardware
  • One-year warranty

 

Price
Contact Boeing Flight Services for pricing information.

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