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SkyRadar Launches the new NavAids Simulator and invites ATC academies for an extended Beta-Testing. Would you like to participate? 2 weeks of free testing are included for up to 20 members of your academy (lecturers or students).

We have just finished our simulators in beta release status. The simulator will be further "beautified" in the style of our FreeScopes Virtual Radar Control Center. Also we try to include most of the testers' feedback.

2 Weeks Free Testing - No Commitment or Obligation

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We share the product with you experts and give you 2 weeks access to play around with the system. Participating institutions who return productive feedback will receive a special partner-discount on the finalized version.

And they can make sure that - through their constructive feedback - their specific training requirements will be implemented in the simulator as well.

The final product will be supplied preinstalled on a server. Together with our SkyRadar CloudServer the solution will be installed in your academy.

The solution is browser-based and can be accessed through intranet (e.g., Ethernet) or extranet by a non-limited amount of your enrolled students.

Step-by-Step Introduction Video

To shorten your ramp up time, our team produced a sequence of simple introduction videos. Please apologize that they are no shiny business videos. They are supposed to be made by experts for experts and shall guide you through the navigation.

These are the videos:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next Steps

We invite team members of aviation academies and universities to apply. Our solutions live of the constant interaction with experts and users. Help us to improve education for ATSEP and ATCO and benefit from the special test-user prices if you decide to purchase the final solution.

 

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The author, Fateme Talebi is research scientist in SkyRadar's radar Luxembourgian research team. In addition, she is working on Target Classification in Automotive Radars Using Deep Learning Networks in her academic thesis.

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