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Why is a Military ATC Simulator (Tower Simulator / APP / ACC) Significantly Different Form a Simulator for Civil ATC?

It is a common misunderstanding that a standard civil ATC simulator can fully respond to the requirements of military aviation. This article explains the major differences.

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Integrating Tower Simulators, Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Training Systems and Distributed Control Systems to Prepare for Emergency Situations

Emergency situations require concerted action by ATCOs, Firefighters, Police, Ambulance and more. SkyRadar is the first one to integrate Tower Simulators, Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Training systems and Distributed Control Systems to train cross-sectional teams.

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Strengthening Team Building through Simulators

This article explains how strong teamwork and inter-personal skills can be built through simulator training.

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Types of Skills Acquired Through Simulator Training in Air Traffic Control

Simulator training is key for developing the required skill set necessary for the provision of air traffic control services.

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Procuring a Simulator, a Wise and Cost-Effective Decision

The simulator is a perfect device for controllers and ATSEP to practice and learn. Benefits of acquiring a simulator make this device a vital part of air traffic services.   

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The Importance of Simulator-based Training and Its Role in ATC

Simulators are being used extensively in air traffic control services for efficient and smooth operations. The use of simulation has a great impact on learning.

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Tower, APP and ACC simulator for ATSEP and ATCO Qualification

SkyRadar offers the most exhaustive end-to-end Tower Simulator in the market, including 3D TWR, APP, ACC, but also GND & A-SMGCS and more. Based on an operational ATC system, it is a suitable tool for ATCO and ATSEP training.

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Detailed Information on Compliance with Standards and Regulations of SkyRadar's Aerodrome Simulator

SkyRadar's aerodrome simulator builds on a fully operational ATC / ATM System (with many operational references) connected to a simulation environment. Being implemented by many civil aviation authorities, it has by default to be compliant with ICAO standards and national regulations.

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