The Jay Velocity Edition contains all of the standard Jay features, while adding upgraded computing power and robust components to allow it to be used in demanding environments like middle and high schools, museums, and public access kiosks. The clean-sheet design prioritizes one thing for the classroom: Get the student learning with a minimum of fuss. There are no peripherals to configure, no systems to install. Take it out of the box, plug it in, and turn it on. Now say, “preflight complete.”
The Jay Velocity shares design components with full motion simulators built by Redbird Flight Simulations, which withstand thousands of hours of abuse in schools around the world. The software on the Jay Velocity is the same code powering those FAA-certified machines. It’s one tough bird.
The Jay contains the monitor, speakers, computer and flight controls—all-in-one unit that is ready to fly right out of the box. It boots up directly to a launch screen where you can select your airplane, airport and weather conditions. Push the green button and you’re on a runway and ready to go.
It’s built in.
Students immediately begin to learn and apply their knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
The Jay Velocity is more than a simulator – it’s a flight experience device supporting students’ learning of STEM academics through flight training and fun! In addition to the flight mode where you select the aircraft and conditions, the Jay Velocity has a scenario mode where you can load a preset scenario and fly it. A scenario could range from a simple aviation challenge to a complex flight with multiple potential outcomes all while the students apply STEM principles.
Redbird creates many of these scenarios in partnership with training outlets and magazines. The scenario exchange is open to any company wishing to create scenarios for the Jay Velocity. A one-button update on the JAY loads the latest free scenarios.
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No, it does not meet the FAA requirements.
No, you do not.