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July 22, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Wesson International Inc of Austin, Texas is now the proud parent of a fully grown flight simulator reports Microbytes: the company has sold its Tracon air traffic control game for years priced at $70, but now it has revamped the software and turned it into a full-powered simulator that the Federal Aviation Administration, the military, and several foreign countries are all interested in buying for training air-traffic controllers; the new version costs $30,000 to $100,000 a copy and runs on two 80486 microcomputers fitted with Verbex speech recognition Tracon/Pro simulates different types of pilot personality using expert system technology.

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