AIT's Flight Simulyzer is an intuitive, easy-to-use, and affordable ARINC 429 analyzer and data simulator that allows users to capture, analyze, and simulate ARINC 429 bus data.
Flight Simulyzer is ready to go, right out of the box. Simply launch the application and you're ready to take control of your AIT ARINC 429 hardware modules. Start capturing data from one or more ARINC 429 channels in just one click! Within seconds you will be viewing and analyzing live bus traffic.
Whether you're searching captured bus data for errors, defining and executing complex label schedules, or defing trigger and filter conditions, you'll have no need to spend hours reading manuals. Flight Simulyzer uses today's common XML configuration format and GUI technologies to provide intuitive operations.
AIT's common XML based configuration data format allows you to use the Flight Simulyzer setup and configuration files in AIT's ARINC 429 LabVIEW Instrument Driver and in your own application programs using AIT's ARINC 429 C++ and .NET APIs.The use of XML allows easy integration with your systems ICD data.
Flight Simulyzer provides access to intuitive yet flexible data simulation capabilities. You can easily define and simulate rate-oriented label transfers simply by specifying the Label ID and transmission rate. Additionally, users can simulate periodic transfer of blocks of label data or acyclic "on-command" transmissions and change output data on-the-fly.
Flight Simulyzer allows users to capture and log data chronologically with time stamps while simultaneously receiving and viewing in Label/SDI specific buffers. With Flight Simulyzer you an easily sort and search captured traffic and export (CSV, TXT) for post-processing. For more complex applications, data capture filters can be easily defined.
Flight Simulyzer uses AIT's common configuration data format which allows the same setup files, defining the ARINC 429 output Label schedules and input Label/SDI buffers and capture settings, to be used by Flight Simulyzer, the C ++ and C API, and the ARINC 429 LabVIEW Instrument Driver.
The configuration data format utilizes XML and is formally defined in an XML schema. The use of this software technology also supports easy integration of the ARINC 429 configuration data from your aircraft system database (ICD).