Check out this video:
1. This app emulates G1000 PFD functionalities only. It does not include MFD functionalities. To obtain MFD functionalities, download the MFD app from AppStore which can co-operate with this app(PFD) via wifi connection.
Download address of PFD app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id827464105?mt=8
2. This app is for practice only. The navigation database included in this app may be outdated and very possible to be different from what it is in real life.
-Simionic and the seller are not affiliated with Garmin,
-The app is not provided, approved, endorsed, or otherwise supported by Garmin.
Garmin G1000 is an integrated avionic system used in many small aircrafts. This simulator simulates a primary flight display(PFD) which is used in Cessna 182T, 172S, 172R, 206H and Beechcraft Baron G58. Most of the useful functionalities has been implemented in this simulator, such as navigation, inset map, flight plan, flight director, and autopilot. Besides of that, nearly every nob/button is functioning just like they were on the real G1000.
G1000 is a highly integrated system, it is very powerful and also very complicated. It is recommended that you have a real G1000 user guide from Garmin. This simulator can be used by aviation enthusiasts as well as pilots to perform either an IFR training or just fly for fun. There is a global navigation database included in this simulator, and you can fly any where in the world.
This simulator supports FSX, Prepar3D and X-Plane. You can use this simulator either as a stand alone trainer or as an instrument for FSX, Prepar3D or X-Plane.
You need G1000Bridge(X) to make this simulator working with FSX, Prepar3D or X-Plane. Please visit http://www.simionic.net to download G1000Bridge(X).
Detail list of functionalities:
*Control surface implementation
+Pitch and bank are controlled by tilting the device using built-in accelerometer.
+Throttle and rudder are controlled by touching the screen.
*Flight director modes implementation
-Pitch Hold: Yes
-Selected Altitude Capture: Yes
-Altitude Hold: Yes
-Vertical Speed: Yes
-Flight Level Change: Yes
-Vertical Path Tracking: Yes
-VNV Target Altitude Capture: Yes
-Go Around: No
-Roll Hold: Yes
-Heading Select: Yes
-Go Around: No
+Store Flight Plan: Yes(only when MFD connected)
+Invert Flight Plan: Yes
+Closest Point Of FPL: No
+Parallel Track: Yes
+Create ATK Offset Waypoint: Yes
+Direct-to: Yes, with vertical constraints and offset
+Terminal Procedures: Yes
*Navigation database: Global, but may not as detailed or updated as they are in the real G1000.
*Inset map: Zoom in/out, browsing and partly de-clutter are implemented, all the navaids are displayed properly, but does not display detailed geography and regional information. No traffic, topographic data, terrain, storm scope, NEXRAD radar information and XM information.
+All the navaids operations(VOR/ILS course select, ADF/VOR/Waypoint bearing indicator, CDI indicator, etc)
+All the PFD settings(Wind, Bearing1/2, HSI format, Alt unit, Standard baro, etc)
+DME source select: Yes
+Transponder settings: Yes
+Timer and references(V speeds and minimums): Yes
+Advisory and alerts: No
+ADF dip: Yes
+Magnetic variation: automatic/settable
*Flight simulator connection
*MFD connection: Via wifi
1. Improved interpretation of terminal procedures.
2. Fixed a crash when activating "Direct-to" a way point in a terminal procedure
3. Improved magnetic variation model and correction for localizer position
4. Fixed a bug causing the autopilot skipping the initial holding pattern in the approach
5. CRS knob now has acceleration logic just like the HDG knob
6. NDB matching with greater tolerance on the frequency.
7. Improved ILS tracking for the autopilot especially on the GS tracking
8. If set, baro minimum is now selectable when selecting target altitude using the ALT knob
9. Flight plan will now be kept after paring with MFD
10. Transponder ident now work with X-Plane 11 (Needs G1000BridgeX v2.3 or later)
11. Downgraded WAAS approach is now implemented
12. Baro minimums setting is added in approach selection
Ratings and Reviews
Immensely Useful, Developer is Responsive
This app is great. Having flown with the G1000 in a Cessna 172, I can say that this app (both the PFD and MFD versions) closely mimic the real thing. You can pair it with X-plane over a network. It has at time been glitchy, but it’s good to see that some of those bugs are getting worked out. I wish that flight plans were saved, so that if the app crashed, or you had to pair the MFD with the PFD, your flight plan wouldn’t get wiped out. But with that being said, I did email the developer about an issue and got a response back within a day. Seemed like they really wanted to help. All things considered, this is an essential app. I use it regularly. It helped me prepare for my instrument checkride. Most (not all) of the functionality is the same as a real G1000. Even with what it lacks though, it’s far better than the G1000 in X-plane (which is next to worthless).
This is quite an achievement. Easy to setup and use. I think it even out-performs the Garmin original sim for PC. I don’t know how you did it, but well done! I look forward to updates if possible. Needs a little work on some of the approach names in the database, but well worth the money if you want to practice getting proficient with the G1000. Following the G1000 guide and training material while demonstrating on the sim with the PDF on one iPad and the MFD on the other works great. 👍👍👍
Good g1000 SA
Great app to practice! This keeps me familiar with procedures and using the nav portion. As a stand alone I can practice my flight mentally the day before. Connected to Xplane I then fly the same approach hands on. If you are looking for a tool to get familiar with g1000, this is it! I wish the bezels were a bit easier on the wallet. About $400 would be a great price point., good work!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.