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.
The design of the system is fully in compliance with ICAO and EUROCONTROL standards and recommendations and the manufacturer is certified by Civil Aviation Authority for design, development and implementation of Aviation Ground Facilities. This means that all components of the simulator are designed, developed and manufactured according to the same quality and reliability standards as operational ATM Systems.
The simulator is actually based on an operational ATC system which is deployed by many civil and military operators.
Read more about the special military version.
Read more about the version integrating Airport Fire Fighting Systems and Real Radars.
But it is more than what most competitors offer. The user gets the full live experience and the possibility to experiment on any possible scenario. SkyRadar's simulator builds on and includes a real ATC solution, compliant to international standards (ICAO, EUROCONTROL), made by Air Navigation and Control Experts for Experts. When feeding the inputs of the operational system with simulator data it turns into a simulator. As not only the front-end is real, but also the back-end, the data communication and the voice communication system. Fully End-to-End with Real Radar Sources for ATCO & ATSEP Training
SkyRadar's primary and secondary radars can be bound in (through standard protocols like ASTERIX), as well as live-data from the Airport, FIR or the RadNet. This opens up the simulator for ATCO as well as ATSEP training.
The ATCO personnel can learn procedures, regulations, emergency handling etc.
The ATSEP can benefit from the full environment, where he or she can learn the service, maintenance and emergency situations in a close to real environment with real components.
The system includes (a subset of or all) the following components:
SkyRadar's base unit is a close range training and research radar for indoor and outdoor experiments.