The weather in Atlantic city is definitely IFR conditions ("Instrument Flight Rules" - or for us recovering army helicopter pilots, "I Follow Roads"). There's zero visibility and clouds all the way down to the surface. I'm not the least bit worried though, I'm at the Air Traffic Controller's Technical Symposium with a large number people who are used to landing aircraft of any size in these conditions.
At our booth we're showing how VR-TheWorld, VR-Forces, VR-Vantange and the rest of MÄK's products can be used to support SE 2020 and NextGen activities. We're showing how FAA specific data feeds such as ADS-B can be converted to simulation protocols such as HLA Evolved or DIS and the benefits of simulation for training and analysis.
Honestly, I was hoping I'd be here working with a Victor, Clarence, or Roger. I just can't work Pete (see picture below for reference) into any Airplane jokes. I'm just going to have to call him Striker for the rest of the show.
And there's my fellow MÄKer, Pete. Or as I like to call him, Striker.