The latest version 1.4.1 of the Simgeneering G1000 Simulator software includes support for SPAD.Next. It works with SPAD.Next version 0.9.12.65, which is currently only available on the SPAD.Next Alpha release channel. A standard release version of SPAD.Next compatible with the G1000 Simulator is expected at the end of July. For information on how to set up the simulator to work with SPAD.Next, see the following video:
The Simgeneering G1000 Emulator now includes the engine display section of the MFD! Currently available aircraft are the C172S Skyhawk, C182T Skylane, B58 Baron, and B200 Kingair, with more to be added in future. A separate license is required for the engine display module, see the description page https://simgeneering.com/engine-display/. Also required is the latest version of the Simgeneering software v1.3.2 available from https://simgeneering.com/downloads/.
Simgeneering G1000 Emulator users can now download a database for Europe, which includes navigation and geographical data. Included are European airports, waypoints, navaids, airspaces, elevation maps and roads.
To download the database, you will first need to edit the “config.xml” file in the emulator software directory. Copy and paste the following at the end of the “config.xml” file contents:
Next, follow the instructions for database updates in the setup guide G1000 Emulator v1.2.4 Setup Guide. Look for the “Europe” option in the “SD Card” menu of the emulator.
The Simgeneering G1000 Emulator is now compatible with MSFS 2020. The new 64-bit version needs more memory horsepower than the previous 32-bit version (1GB of RAM), but otherwise the system requirements are the same. See the product information page: https://simgeneering.com/multi-function-display/. Licences obtained for the older emulator version are valid for the new version.
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Using a flight from Palo Alto to Truckee on FSX, we show some of the features of the Simgeneering Multi-Function Display (MFD) module running on the Logitech flight instrument panel.
This video shows you how to update the databases for the G1000 emulator software. The databases contain all the geographical and aviation data for the multi-function display (MFD) module. The emulator software downloaded from the Simgneering website doesn’t contain any database data so you’ll need to run the database update before using the MFD module.
The MFD software now includes the WX-500 Stormscope module. The MFD can display lightning strike data on both the main map page and on the stormscope page. Real-world, real-time lightning strike data is used to generate the displays.