Currently being deployed at ICEA (FAB’s Air Space Control Institute), one of the biggest innovations of the PLATAO is the possibility to operate in local or remote mode, giving greater flexibility to the training of air traffic controllers and simplifying the application of exercises by bodies responsible for air traffic management.
Among the exercises that controllers can perform in local or remote mode are those that involve scenarios with data link communication between controller and pilot and the tracking of aircraft with new technologies.
In order to meet the needs of the control agencies, PLATAO provides valuable resources to assess faulty human behaviors, as well as allowing studies or analysis of airspace validation.
The most complete platform for training controllers
The PLATAO Simulator was developed with a pioneering architecture of data distribution services, which converge to exceed performance, security, portability and scalability requirements.
The scenarios created in the PLATAO simulator allow the emulation of several types of sensors found in the operational environments (radars, ADS-B, WAM, ADS-C), including also error simulation capability in these sensors, to introduce realism or degradation or unexpected situations in these scenarios.
- Training and assessment of students for activities of coordination, vectorization, separation, operations and approach and departure procedures, among other resources
- Capability to simulate AFTN messages (ATS messages, meteorology, etc.) and cockpit simulation for training in CPDLC and DLC procedures
- Structure centralized simulations in a single locality in local mode
- Connects through the network infrastructure to perform remotely programmed exercises
- Recording of all student actions (audio and video) and playback facilities for debriefings execution, statistics and training performance assessment