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Not live but progress so far on the Mexico Vatsys Sector    

VATSYS Present in WorldFlight 2020 I was crazy enough to try it on Tuesday! And it did pretty good managing the eastbound departures out of Mexico Center. Still some things to figure out an

It wasn't live last time... but guess what... it is now!  

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Don't you feel all 'dizzy' looking at those text, Ryan? I tried that before... can't stand for 2 hours looking at that, I had to bring back AA to "App controlled" - glad that's working for you. Nice scope by the way.

Romano Lara
vACC Philippines, Manager - Training & Standards
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Don't you feel all 'dizzy' looking at those text, Ryan? I tried that before... can't stand for 2 hours looking at that, I had to bring back AA to "App controlled" - glad that's working for you. Nice scope by the way.

 

Hmmm I'm running nvidia Inspector. I set up a profile for FSX only but for some reason I noticed it changes my AA on text for certain programs. Like Firefox text is all blurry while Google's Chrome is not. Apparently the program is still buggy...

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog +courage+

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Lets put a little update on here:

 

On the left you see my approach radar, currently in RWY 02/07R configuration. On the right handside you can see the still in development being ground radar, made by a fellow controller at our vACC. This is based on the real life ground radar, from a picture I took when I was visiting Brussels Tower.

 

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PS: All the little yellow dots on the tarmac (real life radar) are planes on standby and ground/airport vehicles beside it. As they use the S-mode for taxiing And as you may or may not know at Brussels the airport vehicles such as RWY inspection have a transponder on board to be identified when inspecting the runway. They have a proper callsign as well

Enjoy!

 

Tom

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  • 3 weeks later...

This is about 7 Months in the making.

 

This package is a complete reconstruction of the real-world Kingston ACC radar scopes as well as a simulation of their operations.

 

Credits:

 

Operational information, color profiles, and scope behaviour courtesy of Richard Tait - Kingston ACC.

 

Additional photographs used in the construction of this package courtesy of Jaron McIntosh - Virtual Kingston ACC.

 

An overview of the Sangster Sector - Jamaica TMA

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A Demo of the STARs/SIDs incorporated into the sector file (OMAXI3 pictured) as well as the real-world data tags.

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A Look at the Manley Sector with a Piper practicing his stall recoveries in the Old Harbor Bay Training Area

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A Look at the Procedural Cayman TMA

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Finally, a look at the whole nine yards

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I've been fine-tuning this profile/colors for a long time, but I think I've finally got my ZMP (Minneapolis Center) setup to where I'm comfortable not making incessant tweaks every session:

 

Screen 1 - Main ZMP airspace scope. Standard DSR radar and colors with a replacement VRC font created by one of our controllers.

 

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Screen 2 - Secondary information. M98 TRACON close-up for when I'm working the airspace top-down, MSP ASDE-X, and ZMP radar beacon code allocation web app window. Airnav (of course!) running in the background in a browser.

 

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Dhruv Kalra

VATUSA ZMP ATM | Instructor | VATSIM Network Supervisor

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