Electricity Flight Simulator is an uav simulation training software for electric power industry enterprise users that relies on fine modeling and flight control simulation technology to restore the natural real flight experience. Electricity Flight Simulator provides complete solutions for electric power industry enterprise users ranging from basic knowledge teaching to simulation training and operation scenario practice.
In order to create realistic training scenarios, the system employs a 3A-level engine that finely models transmission and distribution lines, substations and other task scenarios. At the moment, the system covers over 20 different types of towers, as well as a variety of converter stations and other UAV inspection scenarios.
The system simulates the flight characteristics of a real UAV and controls it with a real UAV remote control, giving the user the same sensation as a real UAV operation. The system currently supports a wide range of commonly used UAV models.
Abundant industry application training
Fine inspection of transmission lines
Simulate the actual line patrol operation process, gradually guide undertrained employees through line patrol tasks, and evaluate their inspection skills.
UAV flight path plan and autonomous patrol
It supports manual or automatic customization of simulated drone route points using highly realistic 3D scenarios.
Power grid inspection from an infrared perspective
The simulated UAV employs an airborne infrared thermal imager to detect the temperature field distribution on the surface of the electrical equipment, obtain infrared image data and identify the equipment's abnormal hot spots.
Substation UAV inspection
In the substation scenario, simulate the patrol and inspection operations of a real UAV.
Simulate how power outages and signal interference affecting the flight safety environment and prepare trainees for how to respond in emergency situations.
Dynamic defect library
The software includes dynamic defects; common defect types, such as bird's nest, insulator self-explosion, tower foreign body, and so on, allow for random configuration.