ATTower for German Air Force training
UFA’s ATTower training simulator is part of a package being delivered to train German Air Force controllers in Kaufbeuren, Germany.
The solution is being delivered to the German forces by KAT.
The ATTower system will provide training for German controllers on a 360° projection system that includes multiple controller positions for tower, radar and PAR training.
The system’s realistic simulation of high performance aircraft and helicopters will allow the German Air Force to train for a range of complex military operations. Beginner trainees can prepare for their job as controllers, while experienced controllers can maintain proﬁciency and certify their skills using scenarios with varying degrees of complexity.
The simulator’s ATView Image Generator oﬀers high ﬁdelity out-the-window visualization of the live working environment of air traﬃc controllers. Realistic 3D models of aircraft and ground vehicles, all airport structures, ground markings and signage, airport lighting, landscape, horizon, and terrain oﬀer an immersive and realistic training environment.
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