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#1 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 08 April 2013 - 02:07 PM

VEAO se convierte en compañia

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We are pleased to announce the formation of VEAO Simulations Ltd, registered in England and Wales, company registration number 08478742.

The formation of the company allows us to market and sell our products and consultancy services.

With the advent of selling DCS:Hawk and other products we felt it prudent to set up the new company.

VEAO Ltd was set up as a not-for-profit company for a multitude of services in the past and the company has been dissolved (closed).

We are currently transfering all contracts and NDA's over to the new company.

We have also attained www.veaosimulations.co.uk which will provide the backbone for all of our products; including the e-commerce shop, licencing, Mantis bug reporting, testers support, to name but a few services.

We will be updating the web site shortly to give a more interactive experience with our products and I will announce when this is ready.

This moves us to the next step of being able to sell the products to you and another milestone in our development plan.

Again, thank you for your continued support.

Chris.


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#2 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 20 April 2014 - 11:38 PM

BleachAV8B ha dado información de una entrevista a VEAO para la revista PCPilot, nombrando al Eurofighter, y en sus planes, un Tanker y aparatos para WW2

http://forums.eagle.... ... count=1170

Originally Posted by BeachAV8R View Post
Thanks to Chris for participating in the PC Pilot article. I've made the comment to him and publicly that the way VEAO handles community relations is second to none. They have a great team assembled and are very open about where they are, and where they are heading. Chris made my job easy..

It's my understanding the magazine is on newsstands in Europe already (it is a UK based magazine after all..) but I haven't received my mailed issue here in the United States yet. There is always the option of buying online the digital copy:

http://www.pcpilot.net/view_issue.asp

When I submitted the questions, I was surprised at some of the answers we received too - and excited! The possibility of a tanker and the future WW2 platforms is pretty cool. Of course, I'm a button pusher, so I'm positively salivating about the Typhoon. Bring it on!

And as a big fan of realism and training type stuff..I think the Hawk is going to be a big hit with both single players and online squadrons.

Exciting times ahead.

Thanks again to Chris and VEAO for their assistance with the article...

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BeachAV8R


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#3 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 22 April 2014 - 09:55 AM

VEAO anuncia "Warbirds Collection":

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Announcement: DCS Warbirds Collection

VEAO Simulations Ltd, London, 22nd April 2014.

VEAO Simulations are pleased to announce that we are in contract to develop the “DCS Warbirds Collection” for the DCS World flight simulator.

For the first iteration, the following aircraft modules are being developed:
HA-112 Hispano Buchon
Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIV
F8F-Bearcat
Curtiss P-40F

All aircraft will have the External Flight Model (EFM) and Advanced Systems Modelling (ASM) to DCS fidelity standards. As with all of our modules, we will develop these aircraft to military specifications.

The modules in the collection will be released separately, as they are developed, and will be sold for $39.99 each.

We expect the first module to be ready at the end of this year (Q4 2014) with the remaining modules expected for release up to Q2 2015.

Future aircraft in the collection are being discussed, as well as terrain maps, and further details will be announced at an appropriate time.

A separate team is working on these modules which will not affect development of any current module.

We would like to thank the Fighter Collection and Eagle Dynamics for their continued support, as well as you, the community, for the overwhelming support you give us.

Chris and the VEAO team.
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#4 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 13 May 2014 - 05:50 PM

De su Facebook, presentando el VEAO Short Tucano.
 
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Hi Guys, 
 
With everything that is going on with the Hawk I thought I would show you guys one of the other models that we are developing. 
 
For those who are unfamiliar with it allow me to present the Shorts Tucano. 
 
A Twin seat trainer aircraft in primary use with the Royal Air Force as the stepping stone between the Grob Tutor and the BaE Hawk.
 
We hope you like the way this aircraft is shaping up as much as we do!
 
I am sure you will see more of this aircraft in the future 
 
All the best wishes to everyone
 
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#5 Ancla

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Escrito 13 May 2014 - 07:41 PM

Este que es el amigo del P-51 ¿no? :rock:


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#6 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 16 May 2014 - 06:33 AM

No, el Short Tucano es el entrenador avanzado actual de la Royal Air Force, paso previo para entrenar en el Bae Hawk y entrar en el curso de reactores.


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#7 Ancla

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Escrito 16 May 2014 - 09:19 AM

No, el Short Tucano es el entrenador avanzado actual de la Royal Air Force, paso previo para entrenar en el Bae Hawk y entrar en el curso de reactores.

Lo decía por el mero hecho de las hélices. Pero no sabía su historia gracias!


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#8 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 22 May 2014 - 04:20 PM

Sigue habiendo la diferencia de que el Short Tucano (versión construida bajo licencia de Short del Embaer Tucano), es un Turbohelice, no un aparato de pistón como el P-51D, posiblemente permita la apertura de los Turbohelices dentro de DCS: W y quien sabe si el sector civil. Una nueva imagen el Tucano:

 

http://forums.eagle....80&postcount=99

Thought I'd share a slightly newer render of the model as it is now smile.gif 

Obviously still very much WIP

Pman

 

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#9 Ancla

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Escrito 22 May 2014 - 08:49 PM

Bueno no esta mal como diana de tiro ¿no crees Silver Dragon?. A decir verdad contra más aviones volables diferentes en la plataforma DCS mejor que mejor :D!.


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#10 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 22 May 2014 - 09:39 PM

Todo aparato tiene su función, por la regla de tres de "diana de tiro", el DCS: Tanker que también planea o cualquier aparato civil tendría que entrar dento de "dicha" categoria, pero no es asi. Este aparato, junto a otros está encuadrado en los planes de curso avanzado de reactores planeado por VEAO (primeros pasos en su pagina web), en el que se comenzará con el Grov Tutor para instrucción basica, siguiendo con el Short Tucano, el Bae Hawk y cualquier reactor subsecuente (Eurofighter, Tornado, etc).


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#11 Luft

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Escrito 22 May 2014 - 09:53 PM

No sabes nada, Jon Serpiente.

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Escrito 23 May 2014 - 10:01 AM

No sabes nada, Jon Serpiente.

:P

Bueno nadie sabe nada hasta que absorbe la información o la estudia por algún otro caso :). Siempre se aprende algo nuevo cada día, eso es lo más bonito ^^ y más si hablamos del ejercito del aire de cualquier país :)


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Escrito 23 May 2014 - 10:02 AM

Todo aparato tiene su función, por la regla de tres de "diana de tiro", el DCS: Tanker que también planea o cualquier aparato civil tendría que entrar dento de "dicha" categoria, pero no es asi. Este aparato, junto a otros está encuadrado en los planes de curso avanzado de reactores planeado por VEAO (primeros pasos en su pagina web), en el que se comenzará con el Grov Tutor para instrucción basica, siguiendo con el Short Tucano, el Bae Hawk y cualquier reactor subsecuente (Eurofighter, Tornado, etc).

Bueno sí, pero bueno ya me entiendes yo es que soy muy de A/A y le veo diana a todo, aunque donde este un mig-21 ó 31 que no se ponga nada :).


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#14 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 03 June 2014 - 12:25 PM

VEAO requiere personal para futuros proyectos.
 

Dear DCS Community,
With upcoming modules for DCS consumer products and military contracts we are in need to fill positions for certain projects.
 
Preference would be for candidates to have a working knowledge of DCS integration at a developer level but it is not necessary as guides and tutorials will be given by existing development team members.
Knowledge in the given position is a must and proof of concept work may be required if proof of past work cannot be given.
 
All works carried out are under full contract terms and conditions with agreed invoicing and payment terms between VEAO and the individual / company.
Full terms will be discussed during the interview process.
 
Certain military contracts will require security clearance and checks will be carried out so applicants must take this into consideration and again this will be discussed during the interview process.
 
A signed Non-Disclosure-Agreement will be required prior to stage 2 interviews.
 
There will be a 3 stage interview.
Stage 1 - Initial discussion with candidate regarding their current/past/future works and general VEAO development process.
Stage 2 - With NDA signed; discussion on VEAO current and future projects, development process structure and detailed examples of past/current works by the candidate demonstrated.
Stage 3 - In-depth interview by existing development team members. Proof of concept projects may be required.
 
Candidates going forward past stage 3 will be given a template full contract to review prior to signing.
 
All works will be sub-contracted to contractual milestones and we are not currently taking full time positions as employees within the company.
 
VEAO Simulations Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.
 
All applications must be emailed to recruitment@veaosimulations.co.uk 
A CV / Resume is required detailing past and current works related to the position applying for.
Any applications received without a CV / Resume will not be considered.
Candidates will receive a response within 30 days of submitting their application.
 
Positions available:
Advanced Systems Modelling (ASM) programmer
External Flight Model (EFM) to Professional Flight Model (PFM) standard programmer
Internal cockpit and external liveries texture artist
Digital display (HUD/MFD/MHDD/Radios) texture artist / programmer
Sound engineer
Manual documentation writer
GUI artist
DCS World mission / campaign creator
3d Modellers for buildings / ground objects / ground units
Terrain cartographer
 
If you have any general questions please post them here or for specific questions email recruitment@veaosimulations.co.uk 
 
We look forward to working with you in the future.
 
Kind regards,
Chris.
 
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Escrito 03 June 2014 - 04:48 PM

nooooooooooooooo, el  el tucanooooo¡¡¡¡¡¡,  es como nuestro "Pillan" un docil entrenador capaz de  realizar cualquier maniobra por exigente que sea esta,yo quiero trabajar con Veao pero como tester de este maravilloso aparato, si lo hacen bien este será el entrenador del mañana



#16 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 09 July 2014 - 11:20 AM

Brochute de VEAO sobre Warbirds Collection
 

As with the Hawk brochure for Legends this weekend, here is the Warbirds Collection one.
 
Please note, aircraft you see on the brochure are still very much WIP and obviously we will update the brochure to reflect the four aircraft mentioned when we have them in-sim.
 
This brochure is specifically for Legends and not the final one.
 
Thanks,
Chris.
 
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#17 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 20 July 2014 - 11:40 AM

Update Julio VEAO, se sigue esperando por la licencia de Bae.
 

Hawk update July 2014
 
So, this weekend we're splitting the Hawk into two, not literally of course lol
 
There will be the base Hawk in DCS World which the AI will use and you can see flying around negating the need for a multiplayer patch which we put out before. 
Then there will be the "paid" section which is essentially the activation part as our copy protection system will allow you to sit in the cockpit but not fly the aircraft unless you have a valid activation code. 
Both of these sections will then be uploaded into The ED testers version for them to test and report any bugs. Luckily most of the ED testers we have assigned are already on our test team so not much should be found. 
 
You will then see the Hawk appear in DCS World at some point in the future. 
We can't confirm which version yet but as soon as we know I'll let you know. 
I'm not sure if we'll make the Sabre update version but will try our best. 
 
The website and store are being worked on also right now by a very talented web designer in the US who is a good friend of one of our developers. 
The Hawk product pages are being built and we'll get our testing team to try it out prior to going live. 
This will be a seamless payment experience if bought through our site. 
We will then pass that product info in a format to ED for their web site and pass over thousands of activation codes for their star force database which allows you to buy from their store (still using our protection system).
 
Then it's the Steam pages, I'm putting together the info needed for those and again producing activation codes for that database. 
 
So, when we said soon, we meant soon 
 
Legal stuff is very nearly there and will tie in with release. 
 
Very exciting times for DCS in the next few months for sure!!
 
Cheers,
Chris.
 
Y a la pregunta de porque no se ha conseguido la licencia antes de comenzar a desarrollar el modulo:
 

Originally Posted by Noj  View Post

Don't mean to be critical or pedantic, but surely all that stuff would have been sorted out before you even started working on a commercial release?
 
Otherwise, it's a load of money, time and effort potentially down the drain. Not to mention the damage it would do your rep if it had to be abandoned.
 
I'm assuming the same would apply to the Typhoon, as well.
 
Hopefully you can wrap them both up in one swoop (along with any future projects... ahem!)

 
Most aircraft have to be developed to demonstrate to manufacturers what you're doing
It's a very convoluted process I won't go into here. 
We've been in discussions with BAE for over 2 years now as it's not just the Hawk we need a licence for from BAE. Also they're not set up for this kind of thing as it's not been done to this level before. 
 
Don't forget we're doing military as well as consumer products
 
Cheers,
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#18 Silver_Dragon

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Escrito 20 July 2014 - 01:30 PM

VEAO Roarmap  :
 

Hey Guys,
We thought it would be good for you to know our development roadmap.
 
DISCLAIMER:
The list is not final and will be changed at any time depending on contracts, agreements, discussions, etc. but this is our current roadmap.
The dates shown are indicative and not final!!
 
As Wags says, everything is subject to change...
 
For the packs, we will be doing certain discounts for number of aircraft bought, etc. and this is still being discussed and details will be revealed closer to sale time.
 
We are currently having discussions with aircraft manufacturers, owners of aircraft and collectors so some things may be included in packs and collections may not yet be shown on here but I'll update the list as and when we have agreements.
 
We will keep this list as up to date as possible as things develop and contracts are agreed.
 
We have multiple teams working on different projects, so the old "finish one before you start another" is not relevant. We will not overstretch the teams or the business!!
 
The * next to the aircraft indicates that we are in contract with ED for those.
 
We hope you like the selection of aircraft and maps and look forward to a great future in DCS with you!!
 
Cheers,
Chris.
 
DCS Air Force Training Pack
BAE Hawk T.1A – July/August 2014 *
Short Tucano – July 2015
Grob G115E Tutor – July 2015
Pilatus Pc21
 
DCS Warbirds Collection
Curtiss P-40F - December 2014 *
Grumman F8F Bearcat – February 2015 *
Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIV – April 2015 *
HA-1112 Buchon - May 2015 *
Hawker Typhoon – Q3 2015
Grumman Wildcat – Q4 2015
Dehaviland Mosquito Mk IV 
Dehaviland Mosquito Mk XVI
Messerchmitt Me109T
Supermarine Seafire 17 
Hawker Sea Hurricane
Hawker Sea Hawk
Curtiss Hawk 75
Curtiss P-40C
Focke Wulf FW190A-8 / F-8
Messerschmitt Bf109-E4
North American A-36 Apache
Douglass DC3
 
DCS Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (RAFBBMF)
We are currently in discussion with them to develop the pack and an announcement will be made soon.
Avro Lancaster
Douglas C-47 Dakota
Hawker Hurricane MkI 
Hawker Hurricane MkIIb
Various Supermarine Spitfire’s in their collection
 
DCS Fast Jets
Eurofighter Typhoon – 2015 *
Boeing A330 MRTT Refueller – Included with the Typhoon as AI then developed ASM/EFM after to be sold separately.
A-4C Skyhawk – July 2015
A-4M Skyhawk – December 2015
SAAB JAS Gripen 
Dassault Rafale 
Hunter Hawker
Dehaviland Venom
Dehaviland Vampire
Panavia Tornado GR1
Hawker Siddley FAS1 SeaHarrier
North American T-28 Fennec
 
DCS Helicopters
Boeing/Augusta AH64D Apache
Westland Lynx
Westland Wessex
Boeing CH-47 Chinook
Aerospatial Puma
 
Map Areas
Duxford (test development map)
North Africa – Tubruq
Mach Loop – Welsh Valleys
Falkland Islands

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#19 Luft

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Escrito 20 July 2014 - 01:45 PM

Dios esta gente quiere hacer todos los aviones y helicópteros del mundo....
El que más me llama la atención es el esperado ah64 apache, el eurofighter y el tornado, y con mucha curiosidad el A330 tanker. Vienen buenos tiempos para este sim

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Escrito 20 July 2014 - 02:41 PM

Sip.... se va a "forrar"


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