Micro Nav Ltd.

Micro Nav is an award winning leading specialist in simulation and training systems for civil and military ATC operations, airport design and fighter control. Established in 1988, the company develops, delivers and supports systems worldwide for both civil and military authorities.
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  • The BEST range of simulation products covers Tower 2D & 3D, Radar and Fighter Control. They support all levels and types of training to international standards.
  • The BEST simulation engines are also used to stimulate real ATC systems giving maximum realism with full control over the environment and training progression.
  • The Fast Airport Builder (FAB) is a unique software tool that allows users to create their own 3D visual models of airport and harmonise them with the associated ATC database quickly and easily.
  • The Airside Driver Trainer (ADT) provides a safe, versatile and realistic environment in which airport drivers can be trained and evaluated.

Micro Nav won the UKs most prestigious award for business performance, the Queens Award for Enterprise for International Trade 2010. Micro Nav was placed 55th in The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 league table and in 2011 Micro Nav was placed 62nd on The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 100 league table which ranks UK private limited companies international sales growth.

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