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  1. Hello! As some people already are aware of, I am a part of the contribution team of accumap, and are mainly responsible for Norway, but now also Scandinavia. If you already do not know what accumap is; Made as an replacement for vatspy One centralized database, meaning everyone sees the same ATC sectors and nobody has an out of date file. FIR Sub-sectors, meaning you can see what each sector is, rather than seeing the entire FIR online when a controller logs on. System notifications, so you know when your friends are online or when someone squawks 7700. Day and night color modes so you don't get blinded during the night by the brightness. The new improvements in accumap v2 is the following: Much better performance Less lag Web-based system Support for upper and lower airspace limits, for example an APP that goes upto FL155, and have multiple lower limits will be shown when zoomed in. Better support for runway splits Will show the correct airspace owner, even during splits. Now that you know a bit more about accumap, lets come to the main reason of the thread. We currently do not have any sectors added for Finland, Sweden or Denmark, and even we could attempt making some sectors for them, it would be nowhere as accurate than with help from local controllers in these countries. There are two ways you can help, the first way is by giving charts and coordinates to me for each CTR/APP position (TWR can also have an airspace if required, for example ESNQ), their upper and lower limits (if none, we just use default), their callsign, sector name and a list in order for who is responsible for that airspace. Example of ENOS sector 4: Lower/Upper - Default Callsign - Norway Control Sector - Oslo AOR - Sector 4 Owners: ENOS_CTR ENOS_4_CTR ENOS_N_CTR ENOS_6_CTR ENOS_8_CTR ENOR_S_CTR ENOR_CTR Alternatively you can be added to the contribution team. You will be required to have google earth installed and dedicate enough free time to complete the sectors as accurate as possible. Example of Oslo Approach with different lower limits: In this case we have both the basic version (shown when zoomed out), and the detailed one. Note that, this is not required, and Oslo is currently the only airport with this. Alternatively this can also be used if you have different upper limits in a TMA. If anyone is interested in helping in either way, preferably local controllers, please let me know! If no contribution is given then it will be shown the default version (CTR to whole fir, and APP as circles).
  2. Hi all, Some of you may have heard of a new project in development called AccuMap. AccuMap is, in short, a VATSIM traffic and ATC viewing client much like FlightRadar24. It's currently in development and expected to be released in late July 2017. Features include: One centralized database, meaning everyone sees the same ATC sectors and nobody has an out of date file. FIR Sub-sectors, meaning you can see what each sector is, rather than seeing the entire FIR online when a controller logs on. System notifications, so you know when your friends are online or when someone squawks 7700. Day and night color modes so you don't get blinded during the night by the brightness. And many more features! As quoted from one of our testers "This version is only half done, and it's already replaced my VATSpy forever!" You can follow the project via the Facebook page, or via the website .
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