AirNav Indonesia selected Micro Nav to provide a new approach and radar simulator in Jakarta.
The solution provided by Micro Nav accommodates for the growing needs and demands of the increasingly complex training and operational environment in Indonesia. In association with the local representative, PT. Geo Prima, the BEST (Beginning to End for Simulation and Training) ATC simulator was provided, created by controllers, for controllers. The BEST installation includes eight controller positions, each with a 2K x 2K display, supported by 12 pseudo pilots, a dedicated data preparation position, and a back-up system manager.
The BEST simulator was supplied complete with BEST Talk and BEST Speech capabilities, a number of software enhancements to meet the requirements of AirNav Indonesia, plus a comprehensive training regime for operators and maintenance engineers.
To give AirNav full management of their simulator, the tools contained within the BEST product suite enable trained AirNav Indonesia personnel to make their own configuration changes to amend and modify airspaces, aircraft performance, weather data, and to create numerous exercises to suit the training needs of the Jakarta Air Traffic Services Centre. The speech recognition capability enables AirNav Indonesia to conduct training without the additional need of pseudo pilot personnel, ensuring training is both cost effective and flexible.
This latest installation builds on Micro Nav’s continuous relationship with PT. Geo Prima, having worked together on installations in Sekolah Tinggi Penerbangan Indonesia (STPI) Curug and Makassar.