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Air Traffic Control ICS


As the amount of air transportation has grown so has the need for computerized air traffic control systems. You

are to create a computer based air traffic control simulator that will allow you to manage air transportation around

a major geographic region (continent or large country) in real-time. Your simulator should allow you to place

airplanes at major airports in the region and then schedule flights for the airplanes to follow. As the airplanes

travel they should progress through the seven stages of a flight pattern (see Additional Information below).

The airplanes may have to make adjustments to their flight pattern if they encounter a ‘conflict’ with another

airplane(s). The simulator should provide multiple screens to allow users to select between different interactive

views. Also, the simulator should provide real-time updates of all events as they occur.


  • Airports and flights simulation
  • Real time updates
  • Multiple interactive view


Other Audience

User interface

Java Swing

Programming Language




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