The most complete air traffic simulation product available. Used at
numerous universities across the United States for career-minded students
as well as gamers
( build 3.5.0)
Windows 8(32/64 bit)
REAL TRACON simulator
the most authentic air
simulation for the PC, unmatched by any
software available today for the price!
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the line between
reality and simulation,
is growing very thin....
comes to you from the heart
of America, Oklahoma City, OK.
Home of the FAA's Air Traffic Academy,
Monroney Aeronautical Center.
you have any desires to become an air traffic controller, then I
would definitely recommend ATC2. It is without a doubt the best
rendition of this particular facet of aviation." Alex Esguerra
- AVSIM Reviewer.
to read the complete AVSIM review.
AVSIM is one of the leading aviation gaming websites.
Mr. Davis has been a computer programmer since 1980. His
first commercial program was titled "Guitari"
for the ATARI 400 computer. In 1987, Mr. Davis scored 98.6 on the Civil
test for Air Traffic Control Specialist. The FAA hired Mr. Davis for air
traffic training within 3 months of achieving a score only attained by 3%
of those ever tested in the history of the program. Mr. Davis arrived at
the ATC training facility at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in May
of 1987. 1 week later, tragedy struck Mr. Davis' family, an ordeal lasting
throughout his training at the Academy. In spite of Mr. Davis' galiant effort
to continue in the program, the external conflict of this tragedy, and its
prolonged interference, resulted in a score that fell short of the requirements
to continue. Although it was but a few points, Mr. Davis could not overcome
the burden of this conflict. But, Mr. Davis had developed a love for air
traffic control, and this exposure to this world, set his future path to
create ATC training material to benefit any fellow student, like himself,
who wished to become an air traffic control specialist. This became the
focus and driving force of Mr. Davis' software career for the next 30 years,
and continues to this day. Mr. Davis returned to writing software and teamed
with Wesson International to create additional European sectors for the
II, and ATC FOR WINDOWS
products in the late 1980s and early 1990s. (TRACON
is a trademark of Wesson International). In the mid-1990s,
Mr. Davis worked for the Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI)
in Oklahoma City for a research project involving datalink in the terminal
environment. Mr. Davis skill was crucial in maintaining the air traffic
and developing scenario tools and maintaining audio/visual equipment used
to capture critical research information. With exposure to TRACON-Pro,
and the expense involved, Mr. Davis decided to use his skill and experience
to develop a realistic simulator for the PC gaming community. The vision
was born. Mr. Davis went on to work for companies such as McDonnell
Douglas Training Systems, Boeing
Aerospace Operations, Abacus
Technology Corporation and Cherokee-CRC.
Under contract to the US Navy
E-6A/B program, Mr.
Davis developed a stand-alone part-task-trainer of Smiths
Management Computer System.
His role with all of these companies allowed him the opportunity to further
enhance his air traffic simulation capabilities. All-in-all, ATCsimulator®
are the result of 30 years of research and development and love of air traffic
control by Mr. Davis.
Unlike other ATC sims, ATCsimulator®2
does NOT require an internet
connection, nor is it dependent upon another application, and/or
another user. This product is completely, unequivically stand-alone!
The way software should be!
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now in HD
is the ONLY PC game in this price range is being
used for FAA-approved college air traffic control training programs.
is also used in various military establishments
to keep controllers current with their ATC skills.
now runs in astonishingly realistic HD mode
captured from Windows at 1920x1080 pixel resolution)
is finest looking setting to date for ATCsimulator®2-HD,
For those of you wishing to utilize speech recogntion,
USB headsets are not recommended. A standard analog headset that uses
the MIC input of your sound card produces superior response to that
of USB headsets. Plus, known issues with USB headsets will be avoided
when a standard analog headset is utilized. This information is most
applicable when using the shareware program ATA (Air Traffic Assistant)
designed for use with ATCsimulator®2-HD.
Indiana State University Adopts
Indiana State University
has chosen to adopt
into their air traffic training program.
We are truly excited to see how ATCsimulator®2-HD
is continuing to help prospective students achieve their
dream of becoming one of the nations air traffic control specialists.
Become a fan of ATCsimulator on Facebook
to become a fan on Facebook. Here you will find product screen
shots as well as information about up and coming new products.
If you would like to see ATCsimulator®2-HD
in action, INCLUDING speech recognition,
just click here.
Speech Recognition Software available
Dave Lange has completed his ATCListener
program and it is available for download. Click here
your copy. ATClistener is based on SAPI 5.1 rather than SAPI 4.x. Some
who have struggled to get SAPI 4 to work have had better results with
SAPI 5. Please note that this distribution of the software does not
include any of the SAPI 5.1 runtimes - you will have to download and
install them yourself. Instructions for doing so are included in the
ZIP file. This software is being provided as freeware to the ATCsimulator®2-HD
community. Enjoy! In the event of problems, please contact Dave Lange.
aerostudios does not provide support for this freeware application.
Career Minded Customers
If you're wanting to know how to become an air traffic controller, and
what the training program is like, there is no better book on the subject
than Dr. Pat Mattson's
"Air Traffic Control Career Prep"
published by ASA. To order a copy
you can visit here.
January 16, 2017 - ATCsimulator®
Turns 16 Today
Dear air traffic simulator community,
Today marks the 16th Anniversary of the publication of ATCsimulator®2-HD.
I want to thank the aviation community, and the 75,000 or so customers
for your support in the past 16 years. I especially wish to thank AVSIM
for their support in keeping ATCsimulator®2-HD
alive in the minds and hearts of those seeking a career in air traffic
control. I am looking forward to an even brighter future with many new
challenges and new ideas in air traffic simulation in pursuit of the
career and hobby that we all love.
I never dreamed that ATCsimulator®2-HD
would have achieved such success in the past 16 years; you have made
my dreams come true. I thank you from the bottom of my heart, sincerely,
Russell B. Davis/Thrill-Rider.
are reaching the breaking point of what they feel they can safely handle
in light of the chronic failure and may have to resort to using non-radar
procedures to separate flights in their airspace.."
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To create the most realistic simulation products using current software
technology. Todays user is intelligent, sophisticated and expects the
ultimate in realism, as close as can be achieved. We do not believe
in selling a "game" version of our product as a "watered-down"
edition of a so-called "professional" version. Our products
will maintain the highest quality, and will replicate the real-world,
maintaining a balance between hardware constraints, and value-added
playability. We believe in simulating the real-world as it is, because
we believe the user is hungry for, and entitled to, the truth. But,
this is after all, a game meant for the purpose of entertainment and
is in no way intended to replace professional ATC training.
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of the text or images of this site, this web page,or all other web pages
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