VoxATC 6 uses real world RT phraseology for both the UK and Europe and specifically follows the CAA document CAP 413 and amongst other things covers Basic and Traffic service, transit of controlled and military airspace. You can fly IFR or VFR, even stay in the circuit if you want. With VoxATC 6 you won’t pick up bad habits and if English is not your first language, you can practice at home, on your PC.
The new VoxATC 6 ticks all the boxes and lands on the numbers thanks to the wish lists from our loyal customers. For those that don’t know about VoxATC. This is a voice recognition based air traffic control add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. As a virtual pilot you actually talk to Air Traffic Controllers. This makes the flight simulation experience somewhat more demanding as there is much more to do besides simply drifting over the landscape. The astounding new features of VoxATC 6 include:
1/ Full compatibility with Windows Vista and Windows 7 64 and 32 plus Windows XP
2/ VoxATC 6 automatically generates the correct SID and STAR* and airways fixes anywhere in the world, based on wind directions used during flight planning. (Flight planning may be done with FS Commander X and both programs can share the same AIRAC cycle data from Navigraph ). This also applies to third party aircraft where the same NAV Data can be used for a totally integrated flight experience.
3/ Because of Magnetic Variation, many airport runway numbers differ in the real world from the ones in FSX. VoxATC will renumber all runways to match the AIRAC cycle used for ultimate authenticity.
4/ With Windows Vista 64 and Windows 7 64, you have been limited to one voice, “Microsoft Anna”. With the new Festival voice engine, this no longer applies. You can have many voices, the number of which is limited only by your available RAM. These voices may be filtered and have radio static as well as several national accents.
5/ The DVD version of VoxATC 6 has a brand new version of AT&T voices which are specially designed for a 64 bit environment. There are four voices, 2 male and 2 female to give better and clearer speech.
6/ VoxATC 6 now features expanded helicopter operations, it is not necessary to operate like a fixed wing aircraft in FSX’s world.
7/ VoxATC 6 uses definable processor cores for efficient computer operations.
8/ Compatibility with Ultimate Traffic, and most other add-on traffic programs plus most complex aircraft including the PMDG range.
Flight simulation has never been as realistic as it is with VoxATC 6. You can now Fly, Speak and Comply. Now you will really understand what it is like to fly as a Professional Pilot. If it all gets too much you can still use “Microsoft Anna” but as your co-pilot and she will handle the radio, letting you concentrate on your flying.
VoxATC 6 doesn’t make flying an aircraft in FSX any easier, just the opposite in fact. It makes it harder and more challenging as it is in the real world. Are you up to it, Captain?