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Professional and educational FlightGear users

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Universities
* '''Arizona State University''' (USA) used a combination of engineering programmas (among which FlightGear) in its aerospace engineering program. The faculty shifted how they were teaching to put less focus on theory and more emphasis on simulation and visualization through the immediate use of engineering software. Students used those programms within [[MATLAB]].<ref>[http://campustechnology.com/Articles/2011/08/23/Arizona-State-Tries-Practice-over-Theory-in-Engineering-Education.aspx Arizona State Tries Practice over Theory in Engineering Education], Campus Technology</ref>
* The Malaysian '''Universiti Teknologi Malaysia''' uses FlightGear for several projects.<ref>http://www.youtube.com/user/isfarazi</ref>
* '''French Aerospace Lab (ONERA)''' and '''University of Toulouse''', France (2004). A thesis student Frédéric Dehais has used FlightGear and developed a cognitive counter-measures experimental environment (p.119 and following) to show the pilot/ATC scheme could be formalized and enhanced to avoid cognitive perturbation. Use of Atlas and Onera Messenger. Over 22 real-life pilots have been testing this environment. More at <ref>[http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/2137/1/Dehais_2137.pdf Frédéric Dehais, Thesis of the University of Toulouse, Modelization of conflicts in pilots activity.] (French).]</ref>
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