Ross Carlson and VATSIM are proud to present VATSIM's newest air traffic control radar client: vERAM.

vERAM is a high-fidelity simulation of a real-world enroute radar system used in many US ARTCC facilities. The vERAM client has many of the features of its real world equivalent, such as:
 

  • Full-screen mode for enhanced realism.
  • Toolbar with movable tear-off buttons.
  • Movable list views including area altimeter settings, METARs, beacon codes, and check lists.
  • VSCS (Voice Switching and Control System) simulation.
  • Conflict detection.
  • Reduced separation airspace.
  • Full radar coverage volume simulation.
  • Geo Maps with adjustable brightness and separate map groups.
  • Top-down mode for VATSIM controllers also covering local and ground positions. (Allows aircraft on the ground to be visible.)
  • Multiple display windows for covering large areas of airspace or for close-up view of terminal or airport surface areas.
  • Automatic tracking of departures.

vERAM is a challenging and realistic tool designed mainly for VATSIM enroute controllers. You can visit the vERAM site to learn more and download the software at veram.metacraft.com