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FranceVFR Releases Radar AI-ATC

Posted on Tue, 03 Mar 2009 02:57:39 GMT
AI-ATC Radar is developed in order to offer the virtual pilot a group of visual information, such as aircraft type, registration number, position, distance, altitude and direction for the nearby air traffic evolution. This information can be obtained either on the AI traffic during a standalone session or through the participants of a network session.The radars are fully compatible with the Network sessions native of Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The product is composed by two well-distinguished radars: one is simulating Air Traffic Control tower and the second one is designed to be taken on board within the aircraft of your choice.


  • 2 radar packages: ATC Tower Radar and on-board radar
  • Visual information AI and/or network traffic (type, registration, position, distance, heading, altitude...)
  • Radars range up to 40NM
  • 3 available visualization modes: Global, Horizontal and Vertical Full ATC environment information display: Airports, Air spaces, VOR, ILS, NDB. INT, GRID, FPLN.
  • Specific software for on-board radar customization integrated: Radar Configurator. This software allows adding or removing the on-board radar.

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