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MSFS Landing Inspector

MSFS Landing Inspector MSFS Landing Inspector is a tool for analyzing landings in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. It reads the airplane’s telemetry data via SimConnect and displays relevant information about your landing in a web browser. The MSFS Landing Inspector is free to...

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MSFS Landing Inspector MSFS Landing Inspector is a tool for analyzing landings in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. It reads the airplane’s telemetry data via SimConnect and displays relevant information about your landing in a web browser. The MSFS Landing Inspector is free to use.

MSFS Landing Inspector displays the following data:

  • Current vertical G force
  • Current vertical speed
  • Touchdown G force
  • Touchdown vertical speed
  • Touchdown airspeed
  • Touchdown pitch, bank and heading
  • Touchdown wind speed and direction
  • Graph showing G forces during landing
  • Graph showing vertical speed during landing
  • Graph showing altitude above ground during landing
  • Graph showing airspeed during landing
  • Graph showing pitch, bank and heading during landing
  • Graph showing wind speed and direction during landing


1. Running MSFS Landing Inspector

  • Start a flight in Microsoft Flight Simulator. You have to start a flight first otherwise the tool may not work.
  • Launch MSFS Landing Inspector by running "MSFS Landing Inspector v1_2.exe". This should launch a Command Prompt window. Don't close this window.
  • Allow private network access in the Windows Security Alert Window.
  • Open your browser and load the site localhost:5000. This should load up the MSFS Landing Inspector in your browser.

2. Running MSFS Landing Inspector on Your Mobile Device

  • Make sure your PC and your mobile device are connected to the same local network and that your home network is set to Private in your Network Profile settings.
  • Run Command Prompt. Do this by pressing Win + R.
  • In the Command Prompt window type ipconfig and press Enter. Look for the line IPv4 Address and write down the IP address. In my case, it's 192.168.0.120. You will most likely have a different IP address. Close the Command Prompt window.
  • Start a flight in Microsoft Flight Simulator
  • Launch MSFS Landing Inspector by running "MSFS Landing Inspector v1_2.exe". This should launch a Command Prompt window. Don't close this window.
  • On your mobile device, load the following site in the browser: :5000. In my case, this would be 192.168.0.120:5000. MSFS Landing Inspector should now load on your mobile device.

3. Credits MSFS Landing Inspector uses the Python SimConnect library and the CSS theme Black Dashboard by Creative Tim for the web front-end.

4. GitHub You can follow the development of this tool on GitHub. MSFS Landing Inspector is written in Python.

5. Donation If you like this tool and would like to support the development, please consider donating here.

Details
Compatibility
Sim Update 10 0 0
Category
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Initial Release
October 08, 2020
Last Updated
2 year(s) ago — 1.2

Version

1.2

File Size

11.47 MB

Downloads

4,954

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21 Comments

I have really been enjoying this add on. However, it now always comes up pointing to 0.0.0.0:5000 and forces me to run the browser on the same machine as where I am running flight sim. And this happened suddenly. It was nice always letting me know that I need to point to my IP address. It seems like it is having trouble reading that info now. I still think this is a 5 star product!

It's a really nice looking tool, but it consistently gives me very different results to other tools. I understand each tool can give different answers because they're sampling the data at slightly different times/rates. But MSFS Landing Inspector is really an outlier.

Landing challenge test #1

MSFS: -243

Sim Brief: -275

LRM: -289

Landing Inspector: -332

Landing challenge test #2

MSFS: -288

Sim Brief: -214

LRM: -225

Landing Inspector: -110

I'd love to see this tool fixed 😊

been a looong time since any update on this. does it work in latest verasion?

Hi there, i receive the following message: FileNotFoundError: Could not find module (path) simconnect.dllc (or one of its dependencies). Try using the full path with constructor syntax. The above expection was the direct cause of the following exception ... failed to load dynlib/dll . Most probably this dynlib/dll was not found when the application was frozen.

How can i fix this?

I love it. I wish it had top score and top score based on plane

Hi,

Merci: Really interesting and very useful tools to improve landings. When do the curves start? (time or distance from touchdown?)

Jean Noel

Need feature to save our flights
Love your tool !!

But is there a way for me to change the port? Cause other apps are using :5000 already.
The tool is for now good to debrief the landing, but would be nice to have a popup appearing at touchdown to see the parameters (fpm, G, Heading,...)
very nifty little tool. During the landing one is usually busy... well... landing. This little tool makes a detailled debrief possible and can really help you improve.

Only improvement I could suggest for now is a "connected; listening for landing" type of note so that the user knows it's working.
Just a suggestion: a measurement of the landing and take-off run length would make it complete.
I gotta say it is a great mod!. I just wonder what those color mean like for example Landing Gforce when it is in pink means that is smooth? does it change colors depends how smooth is landing? Thanks again for great work.
Thank's for this great tool. I would donate you when you will make two things.
1st: If you touch a graph with the mouse it's just changing the graph. so it's hopping and you can't really analyse. So please calm this hopping graphs.
2nd: Is ist possible to save the landing's after touchdown? Maybe to give a Name before you start the recording?

And i have an other wish. There is no Blackbox in the moment. So i think with this base it should be easy to programm a "Black Box". Means you start the Black Box" give a name and save all technical Datas from your flight. If you make a crash, all datas are saved in this moment and you could analyze your crash. This would be great! Thanks again!

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