In this section you will find all necessary files to install and run all SSS projects.
Simon Bergner's ATC Simulator
Simon Bergner's ATC Simulator is an ongoing project, but below you can find the latest release and updates. Current working version is 1.05.02. If you have previously installed SB ATC version 1.00 you will only need to install the 1.05.02 Patch found here. If it is the first time installing you must first download the Base Install found here. Then you must apply the above mentioned patch.
This is the main setup for SB ATC Simulator. This is a file you must have installed before trying to install any updates/patches. Current Base version is 1.05. It contains not only main program-files but also the Text-To-Speech engine and Speech-Recognition engine.
SBATC 1.05 Main Setup (Downloads: 48199)
You will need to install this patch to enable using TMAs created with the SB ATC Simulator SDK. If you have installed the SBATC 1.05 Main Setup found above you must also install this patch since it corrects some minor bugs. Install by extracting the zip file in to your main SB ATC Simulator directory. Make sure you overwrite previous files and that the "Use folder names" option is selected when extracting.
SBATC Patch 1.05.02 (Downloads: 29280)
The manual covers all program functions and also contains an illustrated tutorial on controlling arriving and departing aircrafts (Thanks to Thomas Hjelm). There is both an online HTML version available here at this site (follow link below) and a offline version in PDF-format available for download.
Offline PDF version (2.5MB)
SB ATC Simulator SDK
The SB ATC Simulator Sector Development Kit is used to create your own sectors for use in SB ATC Simulator. The package includes some minor information files, be sure to check through these before asking questions in the SDK Forum. To be able to run sectors created in the SDK you must have SB ATC version 1.05 or higher installed.
SBATC Sector Development Kit 1.00 Installer (Downloads: 15828)
SB ATC Additional TMAs
Here you will find additional TMAs developed by other users as they are completed and tested. If you want your TMA here make sure you thoroughly test it before sending it as a zip-file with correct directory-structure to our mail found to the right. You must also include some sort of TMA guide to your TMA explaining procedures for handling traffic in your sector, f.i. handoff altitudes, frequencies etc. Please direct your questions regarding specific TMAs to the TMA Creator. Install TMA by extracting the zip file to the TMA folder of your SB ATC Simulator installation.