Case Histories »

j2 Announce the Release of The Latest Version of j2 Flight

j2 Aircraft Dynamics Ltd, the leading supplier of commercial off the shelf fixed wing aircraft design, analysis and modelling software are proud to announce the latest release of j2 FLIGHT, the enhanced flight test plug-in module for the j2 Universal Tool Kit suite of software.

J2 Flight uses the power of the already proven j2 Universal Tool Kit software but now links this directly to the Flight test environment for near real time data analysis, data interpretation, PID and direct flight matching capability.

The enhanced j2 Flight software enables direct data import from flight test, data analysis, re-prediction, PID and flight matching in less than half the time of conventional techniques. The auto-regression and parameter identification (PID) capability allow for rapid identification of the key attributes which are influencing aircraft performance. The integration of the j2 Flight module can help significantly shorten the flight test programme duration through:

  1. The Development of an A Priori Model
  2. Flight Test Planning and Rehearsal in Sim
  3. Flight Test Data Analysis
  4. Rapid Parameter Identification
  5. Flight Matching and Model Updates
  6. Model Qualification Certification
  7. Simulator Certification and Qualification
  8. Mission Planning

A further benefit of using j2 Flight is the ability to directly link to commercial off the shelf Simulation environments. The complete flight test programme can be flown and evaluated in advance, potential sensitivities identified and the test Pilot already fully briefed on what is to be expected.

Paul Jenkins Senior VP sales said, “This client led improvement Supporting Flight Test and Flight Matching has opened up a significant market place for j2. The direct link to flight test is a natural progression for the predictive applications which are already trusted and proven with major OEM’s. The flight test planning capability, the direct link to simulation systems and the speed of data analysis from the test aircraft combines to potentially reduce flight test programme costs by more than 25%.”

Comments are closed.