During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have learned that mobility is key in ensuring that training and evaluation activities can continue without interruption. To address this matter, our Simulator is designed as a cloud-based application that can be accessed from any location with an internet connection. Users are provided with a username and password to securely access the simulator from their own devices at home or a remote office.


Remote Tower Solutions are systems that allow aerodrome Air Traffic Control (ATC) or Flight Information Service (FIS) to be provided from a location other than the aerodrome whilst maintaining a level of operational safety that is equivalent to that achievable using a manned Tower at the aerodrome to oversee both air and ground movements.

ATMIS platform has full implementation and references for simulating REMOTE TOWER infrastructure and specific training and evaluation procedures.


All ATMIS-AiO modules come with APIs for easy integration with third-party applications based on customer requirements. Additionally, the platform's modular/API-based structure and open database structure enable simple integration with other applications and import/export of simulator data. Common use cases for the APIs and open database include integration with other simulators, third-party voice communication systems, and FDP integration.


ATMIS-AIO version of our simulation platform includes native integration with world-recognized aircraft simulators. These simulators are visual simulation platforms that allow users to create training scenarios across aviation, maritime and ground domains. It engages users in immersive training through realistic environments. Ideal for commercial, academic, professional, or military instruction. Integrated simulators can be used to quickly create learning scenarios anywhere in the virtual world, from underwater to suborbital space. 

As a platform for multiple cockpit simulators, the integration of ATMIS-AIO and aircraft simulators offers an integrated experience in training centers between pilots and ATC. Among the tested integration are AIRBUS and BOEING aircraft and other military ones.