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FSWeekend in Lelystad, The Netherlands – Event Details Shortly after Cosford another flightsim event is coming up: FSWeekend in Lelystad, The Netherlands. FSWeekend is located at the Dutch aviation museum Aviodrome, next to Lelystad airport. The event will take place on the 3rd and 4th of November. A lot of flightsim groups will attend the event at Lelystad. Along with IVAO and VATSIM divisions, companies like Laminar Research and Aerosoft will also be present. This event might especially be worth it for cockpitbuilders as there will be multiple groups and suppliers at the event. There will also be a total of three lectures at the event. A full overview of the exhibitors can be found via this link. Times & Tickets Tickets to the event are € 10,- if you buy before october 28, only via this link. If you decide to get a ticket at the museum on the day of arrival you will have to pay € 16,95 for adults, for children until age 11 the entrance fee is € 14,95. Children below the age of 3 will be admitted for free. Please keep in mind that you will able to visit the museum at the same time. The event is open from 10:00 till 17:00. How to get to the event For those of us that want to join the event but are arriving internationally: There is a direct train from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Lelystad Centrum station. From there you can take bus 7 to the entrance of the museum. The total travel time is about 1:10 hour from the airport, public transportation information can be found at 9292.nl. There are also multiple hotels around Lelystad and the airport. Make sure you book a hotel close to a train station or a bus stop if you are relying on public transport. SOURCE INFO http://fsweekend.com/en/exhibitors/ https://fselite.net/news/real-world/fsweekend-in-lelystad-the-netherlands-event-details/
Orbx Netherlands TrueEarth Aerofly FS 2 Previews Orbx has said time and time again that 2018 is the year where all the research and development will start to come to fruition. Part of that process was releasing their new technology which has been named TrueEarth. The first in a long line of TrueEarth products is Netherlands. We reviewed it a few weeks back for P3Dv4, but today, Orbx wanted to preview the technology but this time in Aerofly FS 2. If you don’t know what TrueEarth technology is, it’s a blend of photoreal terrain and more traditional scenery development. Meaning that buildings, vegetation and points of interest match up perfectly to the photo ground textures. SOURCE INFO https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/157687-netherlands-trueearth-coming-to-aerofly-fs-2/ https://fselite.net/previews/orbx-netherlands-trueearth-aerofly-fs-2-previews/
Orbx Netherlands TrueEarth FSX and P3Dv1,2,3 On Hold Sad news for those of you that were holding out for Orbx’ Netherlands TrueEarth for FSX and Prepar3D version 1 through 3. Unfortunately Orbx have had to make the decision to put this release on hold and instead focus on versions for AFS2 and XP11. According to a post made by John Venema on the Orbx Forums, the sim runs fine with this addon using default aircraft. However, as soon as more complex GA aircraft or airliners are used the sim is just not able to handle it and will run out of memory, despite a lot of effort from Orbx to make it work. He goes on to state that though they have not yet abandoned all hope, they don’t want to waste too much resources on this though issue. This also means that no other TrueEarth addons will be brought over to older simulator platforms as Orbx will need to get it to work in the first place. However, despite the TrueEarth addons not becoming available for these platforms, future airport releases can still count on 32 bit support. SOURCE INFO https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/154729-netherlands-trueearth-for-fsx-and-p3dv123-delayed-indefinitely/?tab=comments#comment-1362995 https://fselite.net/news/orbx-netherlands-trueearth-fsx-and-p3dv123-on-hold/
Orbx UK/Ireland Photoreal Regions Announced as well as FTX Netherlands Release Timeframe DISCLAIMER: The above image is not of any of Orbx’s announced products, it is a screengrab from a real life video provided by John Venema in his announcement to show how things might look with Orbx’s new photoreal regions. With that out of the way, onto what you’ve all come here for! After announcing and previewing their upcoming photoreal FTX EU Netherlands region a while back, Orbx are back yet again with more news on their upcoming photoreal regions! First up, Orbx CEO John Venema announced that Orbx had secured aerial photography for all of the UK and Ireland which paves the way for new projects to come. Also stated is that Jarrad Marshal will be announcing the name of these series of addons this weekend, and that this upcoming line of products will be made entirely from aerial photography orthoimagery instead of landclass as used from previous Orbx regions. SOURCE INFO https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/151304-uk-ireland-photoreal-regions-coming-to-xp-afs2-and-fsxp3d/ https://fselite.net/news/orbx-uk-ireland-photoreal-regions-announced-as-well-as-ftx-netherlands-release-timeframe/
For those of you who love to fly over the real ground, Now you can bring your scenery up to the next level. No longer do you have to fly over a barren flat photo of the ground, this new scenery add-ons create a 3D environment on top of the photo real, by adding vegetation/trees, buildings and 3D lighting to the entire scenery, exactly where they go in the realworld, making this as "Realworld" as it can get! -Over 10 million buildings and houses!!! -A full assortment of vegitation covering all types of foliage and seasons LINK TO SOURCE: http://secure.simmarket.com/realworld-scenery-the-netherlands-3d-environment_fsx-p3d.phtml
Some rather big announcements have surfaced on the Orbx forums over the past few hours. We were tipped off by a good friend that John Venema has confirmed that Orbx are actively developing the Netherlands as an upcoming FTX region. It was confirmed that this will use completely new technology for an FTX region Completely new tech for an FTX region and that we will be seeing an official announcement and previews soon. The Netherlands would join the likes of Germany North and South and of course the North American ones too. John didn’t stop there. He went on to also confirm that Orbx will be going back to where it all started and are actively developing Australia V2 and will be released next year. It is a paid upgrade, but customers who have purchased before will receive a big discount. It will use the new technology, include new textures and vector data and every airport will be upgraded. He also said there is a possibility of some photoreal scenery for the Great Barrier Reef. Furthermore, he confirmed that they are working on a ‘major Australian airport’ along with CityScape. The CityScape project will be out before Christmas, with the airport following on in the New Year. Last but not least, he confirmed that support for AeroFlyFS2 will continue as both Orbx and IPACS are working on bringing Pacific North West to the sim. We’ll continue to monitor the Orbx forums for any further information that may come from the forum thread. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/news/orbx-netherlands-region-confirmed-australia-v2-coming-pnw-aeroflyfs2-work-major-australian-airport/