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    Description: The UV-4 eVTOL UAV has been remastered for Lockheed-Martin's Prepar3D V4. This new update offers the most comprehensive and complete aircraft simulation of the UV-4 to date. Designing and enabling a flight computer that will assist the operator in everything from bank angle correction, pitch control, duct fan rotation angle, rate of climb, and vector thrust angle. Allowing the pilot to simply set a target speed and enable the aircraft to adjust reach desired configuration. This fly-by-wire system is a first of its kind and would not be possible without many years of research.  This update also includes our ballistic parachute system, which will auto deploy when the aircraft losses thrust in flight.  The UV-4 eVTOL UAV is an unmanned vehicle designed to transport cargo via autonomous or remote pilot operations. This model was created to display the potential of a duct fan rotor craft powered by multiple electric motors. Since its launch in 2015 continued advancements and improvements to the air frame and power plant are been completed to produce the most efficient means of powered flight while using smaller and quieter ducted fan system. The electrical systems on the aircraft use a network of batteries, invertor, and generators. An electrical charge then powers the mechanism used to spin the propeller to its desired rate per minute producing lift or thrust. In 2016, aeroG Aviation was founded to continue research on this aircraft. Since our introduction aeroG has released the project on Microsoft Flight Simulator, Prepar3D, and X-Plane. The airframe for the UV-4 became the inspiration for a manned quadrotor system called the AG-4. The function of the duct system serves as a means of channeling pressure and vectoring thrust giving the UV-4 a unique control system with improved maneuverability. The design of a low speed twin tail helps control the function of yaw, roll, and pitch. It houses multiple rudders located on its vertical stabilizers and elevators on its horizontal stabilizer. In addition, the rear lifting duct systems may pivot up to eighty-five degrees forward and thirty degrees backwards to deliver the vector thrust. The cargo bay may contain up to four thousand pounds of deliverable payload and has also seen its share of modifications with the latest edition measuring six feet in height and nearly seventeen feet in length. Its max gross take-off weight is twelve thousand five hundred pounds, the empty weight of six thousand five hundred pounds.​


    System Requirements – Prepar3D v4
    Minimum Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit)
    Recommended Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
    Computer Processor: 2.2 GHz, Quad Core 3.5 GHz (Per Core) + Recommended
    Computer Memory:4 GB, 16 GB DDR4/2666MHz + Recommended
    Hard Drive Space: 40 GB, with at least 15 GB on C: (3 GB for the SDK), M.2 or Solid State Drive (SSD) is strongly recommended
    Graphics Card Video Memory: 2 GB, Full DirectX 11 Support
    Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0
    Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2
    DirectX 11
    1024×768 minimum screen resolution for primary display


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