The main intention of this study was to design and assemble the Pilot Sensing Device Simulator and assess further its effectiveness as an instructional device. The researcher observed no actual sensing device (or mock-up) that the instructor could use during discussions related to automation studies. The study employed the experimental design, particularly one group pre skill test- post skill test design. This was design used to measure the change in the outcome before and after an intercession was implemented. The efficiency in imparting the knowledge and skills to the students being evaluated. The researcher utilized a questionnaire for the students and experts. To acquire the necessary information on the acceptability level of the device, the researcher conducted observations on the device. When gathering of data was finished, the researcher analyzed and interpreted the data. Based on the findings of this study, the proponent highly recommended that the instructional device can be employed by the instructors that are related to automation studies. It helps the students to understand the uses and functions of different sensors. Indeed, the researcher came up with the conclusion that it is a useful instructional tool. It was recommended that the administration might utilize the research output for instructional purposes.