In the next few days some maintenance work will be done for the Loksim website. The website might be unavailable or only available with limited functionality.
Welcome on the Website of Loksim3D
Loksim3D is a leisure project of railway enthusiasts and software developers, who developed a program to simulate driving traction vehicles. Loksim3D simulates the tasks of a train driver. These tasks involve monitoring signals, operating the train protection systems, adhere to the schedule and constant vigilance in general. Due to the limited (time) resources of a leisure project not all duties of train operators are simulated, however it gives a pretty good impression of them. Additionally the program is under active development, so over time more and more aspects are added.
Have a good time with Loksim3D!
For Version 2.9.5 a new Setup was uploaded. This new Setup version fixes problems during installation of Loksim and fixes the English Language Version
For persons who did not have any problems installation 2.9.5 and who do not use the English version, the new setup does not bring any changes.
Remark for our English speaking users: At the moment only the Simulator and the PackageManager, both used by end users, are available in English. The editor to create new addons is only available in German (except some new parts which are also translated to English). Unfortunatly we cannot offer an English manual at this time: We know there are some quick start guides in English available on the Internet - they should offer enough information to get things running.
Welcome on our new Website!
The new website is still under construction and will probably change over the next weeks and months now and then. It can also be that due to maintainance work it is not reachable for some periods of time.
The English translation of the homepage is only done partially, we will try to improve this over time.
After the migration of the most important parts of the old homepage, some more parts will be added to the new site, e.g. current screenshots taken in the simulator.