VRS provides both off-the-shelf licensing and custom commercial solutions for Prepar3D® Professional*. VRS TacPack® together with a TacPack-Powered™ aircraft such as the VRS Superbug, is the only solution available today that provides air and ground combat capabilities in Prepar3D short of a lengthy and expensive in-house development effort. We have clients in many countries with applications ranging from location-based entertainment to training and R&D. If you are interested in obtaining a quote† for commercial licensing or custom applications, please contact us below and we'll be happy to answer your questions.* VRS commercially licensed products run exclusively on P3D Pro. P3D Pro Plus(+) is not supported.
Located all over the world, the following organizations deploy VRS commercial software to help fulfill their client's needs. Whether the end-use is entertainment, training, or R&D, VRS makes sense from both a financial and functional standpoint as the only currently viable solution for off-the-shelf combat systems on Prepar3D Professional.
As an SAIC vendor, VRS proudly provides P3D Professional Training Solutions for the AETC's new Pilot Training Next initiative. The Pilot Training Next program's goal exemplifies the command's concepts of the Continuum of Learning, including blended learning and data-centric facets by using existing and emerging technologies that can decrease the time and cost of training without sacrificing the depth of learning.
AviaSim is over 10,000 aspiring pilots who have taken control of our flight simulators. All around France, the AviaSim experience is 5 stars on TripAdvisor, 5 stars on Facebook and 5 stars on Yelp!
Who has never dreamed of flying a fighter plane? Thanks to technology reserved for professional pilots, I-WAY transforms this dream into reality and plunges you into the shoes of an elite pilot during a life-size aerial combat.
Jump into the cockpit of Sydney's only F/A-18 Super Hornet Simulator and get a taste of what it's like to be a fighter pilot. The F/A-18 Super Hornet is a carrier-based multi-role attack fighter jet featuring air-to-air combat and air-to-ground combat. Take to the skies and the task of taking on the challenges of enemy fighters, target drones and taking on the skyline at low level and high speeds.
FFI is the prime institution responsible for defense related research in Norway. Its principal mission is to carry out research and development to meet the requirements of the Armed Forces.
Redbird started as a familiar conversation amongst pilots: learning to fly is expensive and hard, but once mastered, few pursuits can match the life changing impacts aviation brings. At first glance, the costs and difficulties seemed intractable, but we thought our collective backgrounds in technology and passion for aviation might provide at least a few solutions. So Redbird was founded in 2006 with the simple idea that we could help make it easier for anyone to become a pilot.
SAIC is one of the largest pure-play technical service providers to U.S. government and the prime contractor on 91% of premier federal contract vehicles. SAIC has provided a variety of federal agencies with benefits in operational expertise, enhanced productivity, simulation and training, logistics, security, and innovative IT solutions.
SimJET Group aims to provide high value training and simulator solutions by using experience and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software and hardware simulator architecture. The functionality of training is enhanced by using some of the best available visual display system technologies and associated software.
The F18 SR simulator fully meets our philosophy by uniting quality, ease of maintenance and maximum functionality at an effective cost. SimLoc is the only place in Europe where you can enjoy this simulator, put your senses to the test and emulate the most intrepid fighter pilots.
We share the same Viper community inspired passion and dedication of virtual aviators all over the world. I made my dream come true, then just couldn't stop. People say one cannot compare simulation to real flying. I disagree.