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    Aerges Engineering SL is a new company that has developed the integration of GPS navigation system NS-430 in C-101, which is available in DCS since Open Beta update 2.5.6.52196.
    This new Team is formed by highly experienced DCS developers, that have been working on C-101.
    Last edited 07-16-2020, 10:19 PM.
    Roberto "Vibora" Seoane
    Alas Rojas

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    #2
    Welcome! The C-101 has been one of my favorite modules. If you can say, is Aerges a rebranding of Aviodev, or are they now separate entities? I know more than a few people will be wondering what this means for the Mirage F1 as well. Was that carried over to Aerges?

    Thanks

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      #3
      They are separate entities.
      Aerges just made NS 430 for now.
      Roberto "Vibora" Seoane
      Alas Rojas

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        #4
        What will the scope of their work be moving forward, if they were formed to implement the ns430 in the c101, &now that that has been done? Will it just be minor troubleshooting, or will they be looking to put the ns430 in other modules?
        Im confused why this is a separate developer if its task appears to be complete
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          #5
          Originally posted by ngreenaway View Post
          ... or will they be looking to put the ns430 in other modules?..

          I *so* hope it's this.

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            #6
            Originally posted by cordite View Post
            I *so* hope it's this.
            It seems unlikely, but i suppose its certainly possible.
            I think a case can be made for the yak52 and civilian variant of the uh1, &theres a photo somewhere of one mounted in a mig21 IRL,

            I just cant see one developer implementing another devs module in yet some other devs plane...who knows tho. It would make the ns430 a more useful module
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              #7
              Originally posted by ngreenaway View Post
              It seems unlikely, but i suppose its certainly possible.
              I think a case can be made for the yak52 and civilian variant of the uh1, &theres a photo somewhere of one mounted in a mig21 IRL,

              I just cant see one developer implementing another devs module in yet some other devs plane...who knows tho. It would make the ns430 a more useful module
              I want the one that’s attached to the MiG with duct tape!!!!

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                #8
                Welcome. Sound to me they will be on charge for the 3D integration of NS-430 in the rest of modules? Or that was a first step only to continue with...? What is the main project?
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ngreenaway View Post

                  ...
                  I just cant see one developer implementing another devs module in yet some other devs plane...who knows tho. It would make the ns430 a more useful module
                  As you say, why else would they bother forming a separate entity/sub-forum just for this?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by cordite View Post
                    As you say, why else would they bother forming a separate entity/sub-forum just for this?
                    i dont know, it really raises more questions than it answers. it would be nice to get more mileage out of the ns430, and i think more people would buy into it if it were useful on more aircraft
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                      #11
                      Is it possible to slave it to the HSI now? And will other features like storing setup be implemented?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by AeriaGloria View Post
                        I want the one that’s attached to the MiG with duct tape!!!!
                        beat me to it.
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                          #13
                          I bought both GPS today, just to support Vibora on his mad quest to work on C101 details for next 15 years.
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                            #14
                            The F-1 is died right or will come all inclusive with GPS
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                              #15
                              I so hope a bit more time is spent porting NS to different modules. I’d imagine it would actually be pretty good money for Aerges to add it to UH-1 especially, using the knowledge gained with this C101 implementation.

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                                #16
                                Originally posted by laertesson View Post
                                I so hope a bit more time is spent porting NS to different modules. I’d imagine it would actually be pretty good money for Aerges to add it to UH-1 especially, using the knowledge gained with this C101 implementation.
                                The L-39ZA needs it too.

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                                  #17
                                  Would love to see this added to the Yak-52!

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                                    #18
                                    I am confused. Did you guys developed the NS 430 that we have been using on choppers for years or did you guys only worked on the integration of the NS 430 in the C-101?

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                                      #19
                                      We just made the integration of the NS 430 in the C-101. We have no plans of adding it in other modules, that would hardly be possible, as you need access to module source code for that. Each Third Party has to do it in their own modules.
                                      It is too early to provide any news about Aerges next project or projects. We'll inform you when the time comes.
                                      Last edited 07-21-2020, 08:52 PM.
                                      Roberto "Vibora" Seoane
                                      Alas Rojas

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                                        #20
                                        Originally posted by Vibora View Post
                                        We just made the integration of the NS 430 in the C-101. We have no plans of adding it in other modules
                                        This is what i originally expected, which begs the question why is this a separate dev if its sole task was to integrate a feature into an aviodev aircraft, and that task is complete?
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