ATMIS - Radar Simulator
ATMIS – Radar Simulator provides a complete range of accurate and complex training facilities for en-route and approach radar control, using off-the-shelf PC's, Windows based, on a user friendly and easy to use interface.
The Radar Simulator covers all levels and types of training (ab initio, rating, validation, on-job-training support, conversion, refresher, competency checks, handling emergencies and unusual situations, etc.) in a radar or non-radar environment, on single or multi-sector exercises. The command interface was designed for speed and ease of use with both keyboard and mouse inputs.
The simulator can be used in non-training applications. It aids in assisting in the planning of new airways or changes in local arrival or departure procedures in an accurate and safe simulated environment.
ATMIS – Radar Simulator will be operated by local facility air traffic personnel since it is designed for minimal support. It is a self-contained simulator that instructor can turn-on, select training scenario, and conduct training.
- realistic radar environment
- en-route and approach capabilities
- single or multi-sector exercises
- ATC-friendly data preparation
- covers all levels and types of training
- easy to learn and use
- integrated with a 3D Tower Simulator
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- realistic emulation of an-route and approach radar;
- multiple simulated radar heads;
- simulated Multi-Radar Tracking with direct access to selected radar data;
- simulated plots and tracks for each radar head;
- simulated radar plots and tracks for PSR, SSR (MODE A, C, S), ADS-B, ADS-C;
- Flight Data Processing tools through HMI inputs;
- OLDI Support;
- ATM Environment and Airspace Design tools;
- course and exercise management tools;
- students management tools;
- support for multi-monitor configurations;
- customizable HMI can accurately mimic just about any radar display, from full-color digital to monochrome analog displays;
- detailed aerodynamic characteristics for aircraft types;
- interactive, precise and easy to use object control for pseudo-pilots;
- wind influence at different flight levels and specific meteorological conditions;
- Range of supported hardware allows system to fit any budget, from full multi-display consoles with 2Kx2K LCD monitors, thermal flight strip printers, custom keyboards and trackballs, to simpler systems using off-the-shelf PC displays, printers and input devices.