Flight1 Tech licenses Microsoft ESP v1.0 Object Code for training simulations

Microsoft and Flight1 Aviation Technologies have entered into an intellectual property (IP) license agreement that gives Flight1 Tech access to Microsoft ESP’s powerful visual simulation technology. Flight1 Tech took a license for the Microsoft ESP v1.0 object code, which enables the company to create detailed, customized flight safety, flight training and strategic solutions for its […]

Microsoft and Flight1 Aviation Technologies have entered into an intellectual property (IP) license agreement that gives Flight1 Tech access to Microsoft ESP’s powerful visual simulation technology. Flight1 Tech took a license for the Microsoft ESP v1.0 object code, which enables the company to create detailed, customized flight safety, flight training and strategic solutions for its customers. Microsoft ESP is a visual simulation software development platform that brings immersive games-based technology to training and decision support for commercial, government and education organizations. Flight1 Tech will use this Microsoft ESP v1.0 license to create immersive visual simulations that prepare aviation trainees and customers with the skills they need to perform at the highest levels of proficiency. “This agreement with Flight1 Tech is an important example of how Microsoft’s programmatic IP licensing efforts fuel innovation across the industry,” said David Kaefer of Microsoft.