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Shahar Ladecky

Head of Research and Development

Air Traffic Simulation Inc

HQ Phone:  (405) 620-0809

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Air Traffic Simulation Inc

3317 Deer Valley

Edmond, Oklahoma,73034

United States

Company Description

Air Traffic Simulation, Inc. (ATSI) is an innovative and dynamic corporation specializing in custom solutions to specific airspace utilization and safety concerns, and is internationally recognized as a leader in its field. Proactive research & development, ... more

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Shahar Ladecky, B.Sc.
Head of Research & Development Founder of ATSI, Graduated from the Aeronautical Engineering Department of the Technion IIT (Israel Institute of Technology) in 1977. Since then he was involved in numerous defense and civil aerospace projects in various countries. Supporting the FAA Flight Standards Department (currently AFS-440) since 1993. Mr. Ladecky specializes in the fields of computer modeling and simulation, especially flight simulation (fixed wing and rotary wing), use of wake vortex models, aerodynamics and flight mechanics.


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"This is not just another training center," ATSI President Shahar Ladecky said.
"The development of air traffic control safety standards involves extensive use of computer simulation." "It became evident to us that there is a big gap between the high fidelity of the simulation tools used to establish the safety standards and the fidelity of the tools used to train the air traffic controllers," Ladecky said. Ladecky and Michael Webb, the corporate vice president for contracts and program development for Chickasaw Nation Industries, said the goal of the institute isn't to compete with FAA training. Among those who could benefit from ATII are air traffic control students from other nations and "airspace service providers that are either government, pseudo-government and-or other regulatory or very large organizations," Ladecky said. ATII doesn't take up much space - only a few rooms inside the Chickasaw Nation Industries building. In one room are a dozen simulators - the same kind used by the FAA. Another room has a 180-degree display that can display 3-D scenes from most airports around the world, using advanced satellite technology. The realism in such a display is key, Ladecky said. Instead of emulating an air-traffic scenario on a computer screen, the 180-display makes a scenario seemingly come to life for the controller undergoing the training. "For research, it has to be realistic," he said. "… What we do is simulate. We have the math and physical models and what comes out is highly realistic, because that's what you can expect in real life." The institute will have space for about 24 students, Ladecky said. The instructors will be retired international and domestic air traffic controllers. Being located in the Oklahoma City area - near the FAA training center - will allow ATII to draw from a very large pool of highly qualified instructors, Ladecky said.


Air Traffic Simulation, Inc.

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Shahar Ladecky, B.Sc., Head of R&D: Founder of ATSI, Graduated from the Aeronautical Engineering Department of the Technion IIT (Israel Institute of Technology) in 1977.Since then he was involved in numerous defense and civil aerospace projects in various countries.Supporting the FAA Flight Standards Department (currently AFS-440) since 1993.Mr. Ladecky specializes in the fields of computer modeling and simulation, especially flight simulation (fixed wing and rotary wing), use of wake vortex models, aerodynamics and flight mechanics.


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