Successful conference debut at Haxterberg Airfield
The 15th German Flightsim conference was hosted by the Airfield Haxterberg, Paderborn for the very first time
Around 20 exhibitors from 5 countries displayed their products and services in the glider hangar of the airfield. Apart from the latest software developments, visitors had the chance to test hardware from simple rudder pedals to complete 737 or A320 cockpits. In addition, talks and presentations held by developers rounded off a very informative and special day.
This year the conference which was organized by the German company Aerosoft hosted around 40 software developers from 13 countries (England, Spain, France, Poland, Norway, Russia,…) who all exchanged their views and experience revolving around flight simulation at the evenings “Captain´s Dinner”.
The combination of the virtual aviation and the “busy” real life flight activity outside was the perfect mix for all who attended.
Next year´s conference is being planned in southern Germany. Hope to see you there.
Founded in 1991 at the Airport Paderborn/Lippstadt, Aerosoft GmbH aimed at the development of software for professional training and procedure training programs. Since 1992 Aerosoft has been developing and marketing add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator, too. The first own hardware, the ACP (Aircraft Control Panel), was introduced to the market in 1992. Aerosoft has been developing add-ons for Train Simulator since 2002. Further simulators such as "World of Subways" and "OMSI" followed in the years after 2008. Having distribution partners such as Simware, Brussels and Aerosoft USA, Inc. in Naples, FL, Aerosoft mainly covers the French speaking and American market
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