AIT's Flight Simulyzer is an intuitive, easy-to-use, and affordable MIL-STD-1553 GUI Analyzer/Simulator Software Application that allows users to capture, analyze, replay, and simulate MIL-STD-1553 bus data.
Flight Simulyzer is ready to go, right out of the box. Simply launch the application, and your ready to take control of your AIT MIL-STD-1553 hardware modules. Start capturing bus data in just one click! Within seconds you will be viewing and analyzing live bus traffic and statistics.
Whether you're searching captured bus data for errors, defining and executing complex Bus Controller schedules, or enabling multiple RTs for simulation, you'll have no need to spend hours reading manuals. Flight Simulyzer uses today's common XML configuration 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 MIL-STD-1553 LabVIEW Instrument Driver and in your own application programs using AIT's MIL-STD-1553 C++ and .NET APIs.The use of XML allows easy integration with your systems ICD data.
The easy to use, yet powerful Bus Monitor allows users to capture all MIL-STD-1553 bus data with time stamps. Captured data is shown in a simple sortable and searchable table format. All captured data can be exported to ASCII text files or CSV files for easy external post processing.
For more demanding applications, the Bus Monitor also supports complex filtering and triggering. Troubleshooting complex systemsis is made easy with clear and consise displays of detected errors and with the display of activity and health of all detected remote terminals.
The intuitive Bus Controller allows you to create complex major/minor frame schedules by simply dragging and dropping 'BC to RT,' 'RT to BC,' 'RT to RT,' 'Mode Code,' 'Delay,' and 'Strobe' commands into the schedule. Easily visualize and modify the bus schedule.
Editing and viewing BC command data on-the-fly is simple using the intuitive BC simulation displays which give clear and consise statistics and single-click access to onboard data buffers.
Simulating up to 31 Remote Terminals is also as easy as a single click. Data received by RTs is viewable in real time. Additionally, data and status responses can be programmed and modified in real time by the user.
Flight Simulyzer uses AIT's common configuration data format which allows the same setup files, defining the BC schedule, Remote Terminals and Sub-Addresses, and other data to be used by Flight Simulyzer, the C++ and .NET APIs, and the MIL-STD-1553 LabVIEW Instrument Driver.
The configuration data format utilizes XML and is formally defined in an XML Schema. The use of this common software technology also supports easy integration of the MIL-STD-1553 bus configuration data from your aircraft system database (ICD).