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pmSystems Video and Introduction Document

Last updated Sun, 17 Jul 2011 20:49:08 GMT
Originally posted on Fri, 17 Sep 2004 18:24:58 GMT

Project Magenta has just released introductory documentation and an online video about their soon to be released pmSystems software for heavy transport aircraft. For more information, click on Read More.

Days before the release of the interactive demo for pmSystems our site now has an introductory manual/document as well as a video online. These help explain the idea behind this software in a far more concrete way.

pmSystems provides us with the ability to simulate the complex system logics found in heavy transport aircraft. It can be used both as a pure software interface and / or to provide logics for custom hardware. It is very flexible and the overhead panels of a variety of aircraft can be represented by one software using different configuration files for different types of aircraft. This is true both for the graphics and the systems logic.

To find more information on pmSystems, please go to

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