Yes, the most advanced computer of all....the brain!
Seriously.. there are no systems that I am aware of that affect
spoilers or airbrakes if speed gets too low. Its all down to the pilot
(one of the few things left these days!) although of course if you
wanted such a system it would be easy to knock it up in XML for FS...
then patent it and sent it off to smiths and honeywell!
In a message dated 04/11/2006 16:05:42 GMT Standard Time,
Yes there are Autospoiler systems and Auto Airbrake systems
which automatically deploy on landing, The BAe 146 and Fokker 100 I
mentioned has these modelled. On the BAe 146 these retract
automatically on reaching 40kts, on the earlier versions of the Fokker
they were programmed to retract only when the aircraft actually
stopped, which I think Is an inaccuracy as they retract on the real
model at 35kts if my memory serves.
Thanks for your answer regarding the AP, I think I'll stick to
the simple approach (sorry, no pun intended!)
Sorry, I didn't put the question about the spoilers and
airbrakes very well, I was concerned about losing too much speed while
in the air - does anything stop this happening?