ATC Simulation & Training

Training efficiency is the key concern in controllers training. Trainees need to be exposed to a wide range of operational situations, the frequent as well as the exceptional ones.

Psychical endurance needs to be elevated and appropriate habits created through exercises on emergencies and failures that rarely occur in real traffic. That can be facilitated only by a a complete set of fully integrated tools for training preparation, execution and evaluation.


ARTISYS ATC integrated simulation solutions designed for all types of training:
  • Allow to train for routine operations and traffic as well as to simulate wide range of failures and exceptions, using real-traffic samples or assembled exercises.
  • Assure high training efficiency obtained by individualized continuous feedback with automated alarms for risks and errors.
  • Facilitate collaborative decision making throughout the team.
  • Achieve maximum credibility and operational safety due to architectural design based on a set of operational ATC/ATM system components and equipment.
  • Reduce requirements for training centre staff. Less pseudopilots are needed to run exercises and instructors are relieved of workload by elimination of nonproductive routines.

Key features

  • ATC training, including airspace, ATC / ATM system and related equipment, weather and all associated environment for efficient, in line with the latest ATC equipment and technologies.
  • Scope of simulation supports air, ground and water, civil and military operations, 3D visualisation and a number of educational tools significantly enhancing the training efficiency.
  • Simulator contains real operational ATC / ATM equipment, this means that it does not have to emulate its functionality, it simply has the operational functionality. As the result, CASS can be switched from simulated environment to real environment in a moment and serve as contingency. Or, for training  or research purpose, it can combine both.
  • Training solution presents the simulation with such a high level of reality, that it serves for research projects and verification of ATC procedures and airspace design.