17 May 2013 Version 6.20 Released
VoxATC now supports FSX and Prepar3D. Version 6.20 will work with either simulator.
The following issues are also fixed
Occasionally not getting landing clearances.
Fatal error occurring on landing after an emergency.
Problems with making contact while enroute and when arriving during VFR flight.
Taxiing aircraft disappearing when approached by the user's aircraft
No response from the controller when using VoxATC without a flight plan (local flight) or when flying a helicopter.
6.20 is a free upgrade for all registered V6 users. Any existing version of VoxATC X should be uninstalled before installing 6.20
19 February 2013 Version 6.16 released
6.16 significantly improves ground handling:
The management of the flow of taxiing aircraft has been upgraded.
To avoid taxi conflicts, hold short instructions are issued to stop aircraft at taxi intersections allowing aircraft taxiing in the opposite direction to pass.
Taxi clearances now include instructions to hold short of runways if the assigned taxi route crosses them.
6.16 is a free upgrade for all registered V6 users. Any existing version of VoxATC X should be uninstalled before installing 6.16
2 March 2011 Version 6.05 released
6.05 is an update to 6.04 includes the following fixes:
Less strict monitoring of progress during Sids and Stars. More leeway allowed on 'fly-by' waypoints
Some approaches at add-on airports were not available, these have been restored
An issue with the speech engine interface could lead to silent controllers, brought on by bad recognition results or overuse of PTT. This has been remedied
The 'old style' Sids and Stars defined with Sid/Star setup or Wizard now work
There are no longer leaping AI aircraft in FSX Acceleration
A greater selection of parked aircraft is now generated
Current 6.04 users should uninstall their current version and download the version available for download. Their current registration will work with 6.05
3 December 2010 Version 6 released
The most advanced ATC add-on for FSX takes another leap forward. The new release includes several major new unique features:
VoxATC now uses the SIDs and STARs in the Navdata Airac cycles. This adds a major component missing from FSX ATC (built in or add-on). SIDs and STARs are assigned in clearances based upon the flight plan and the runway in use. Procedures are referred to by their full name not just the code.
Flights can be created with alternate routings as variations on the filed flight plan. ATC will then issue a clearance including a full routing for the variation from the original flight plan.
After a missed approach, a diversion to an alternate can be chosen.
Any SAPI voice available on your system can be used as a controller or pilot voice. The volume and speed of each can be set individually. VoxATC can also use the open source VoxPop Voices. As many voices as the resources of the system can support may be used with VoxATC.