ATC Radar Available for FSX and FS2004

Eric Marciano is pleased to announce the availability of a new ATC Radar for FS2004 and FSX. This module lets the user see the AI traffic, or the other player aircrafts during FS multiplayer sessions and IBNet sessions.

An expert with many mods, from his latest EasyFMC updates to the creation of an Aircraft Radar and even an AVG program, Eric Marciano has a fine collection of world-class FSX and FS2004 add-ons to try out and engage with.

This radar is a dedicated recreation of what it would be like to manage an ATC program. It allows you, the controller, to watch other FSX aircraft – whether it’s online players who are flying together or just following an AI flight for that added touch of realism.

Screenshot from the software.
Screenshot from the software.

It’s great for following along with online flights, with a controller provided being in charge of guiding aircraft to their correct location. It’s a fine choice to add that extra touch of realism to the whole experience, as well as giving you more ways to enjoy the use of your simulator as time goes on.

This can be used for military reasons, too, in a simulated environment. It can be used to help manage military ATC or to guide hostile interceptions during a military scenario or in an online dogfight.

This is by far and away the best way for you to start improving the analysis and information that is available to you as you take to the skies. Make sure that you read over the extensive and detailed documentation, too: this can help you understand 100% what the features of ATC Radar entail!

Fully operational for both FSX and FS2004, this offers a functional and fun interface that is easy to get to grips with and understand. Whether you are a flight newbie trying to get used to how to look after yourself from an ATC standpoint, or you are a veteran of hundreds of flights looking for inspiration, this is definitely the place to start.

It can be used for civilian ATC or military control, to guide the pilots along their route or guide the jet fighters to intercept potential hostiles. It is based on the same technology as the award-winning GDI+ Radar Gauge v2.0.

You may download the FSX version directly here or the FS2004 version here.

Also, please check out our TCAS 2 Radar Screen software (free to download) here.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation industry expert with over 20 years of experience and also has a keen interest in aviation and technology. Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available. However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed.

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Evan JonesSat, 26 Oct 2019 16:55:14 GMT

How do I get a key to actually use the software?

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