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SIMPIT builder in UK with lots of experience required ( contract )


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Hi folks,

A slightly different job available for the right person. This is a bit of a dream project really for a SIMPIT builder who has experience in all aspects of connecting Microsoft Flight Simulator to an existing fully operational simulator cockpit located in the South of the United Kingdom. Project will be initially a viability assessment to see if what is required is feasible, followed by costings, time-frames etc. Details via PM, please contact with a full CV of your experience as this is a major deal and will require a high level of expertise to complete, likely to include knowledge of coding, Rasberry Pi and other essentials for this kind of work. The simulator is currently in operation in a museum environment, but needs upgrading as it was last updated in 2007.