SayIntentions Partners With Navigraph to Improve Taxiway Instructions, New Taxi Editor Revealed

SayIntentions.AI has been a tool that is seemingly going from strength to strength, enabling people to take advantage of AI to enhance their pilot-to-air traffic control experience whilst in Microsoft Flight Simulator. The newest announcement…

Posted: 12-May-2024 @ 13:39z

SayIntentions.AI has been a tool that is seemingly going from strength to strength, enabling people to take advantage of AI to enhance their pilot-to-air traffic control experience whilst in Microsoft Flight Simulator. The newest announcement from SayIntentions.AI confirms that they are now partnering with Navigraph to improve their dataset to make the whole experience even more realistic.

New Partnership with Navigraph

Specifically, the team confirmed that the partnership will allow them to take the airport ground data (supplied by Jeppesen) in order to improve the experience on the ground for pilots. So now (well, Monday when it is released) when you call up ATC asking for taxi clearance, the tool will read directly from Navigraph’s data to provide you with an accurate pathway. You will need to have an active Navigraph account in order to use this. However, if you don’t have a Navigraph subscription, then a new fallback will be part of SayIntentions.

Taxi Editor

For those without Navigraph or those airports that are not covered by the data, then rest assured as a new way for SayIntentions.AI to read data is also coming out on Monday. The new Taxi Editor will allow users to edit, customize, and share airport data with other SayIntentions pilots. In the video livestream, it was also confirmed that a new version of the Taxi Editor is already in the works, that will allow you to even edit where gate positions are.

Solving the Taxiway Issue

SayIntentions wants to make this new method a way to finally fix taxiing instructions from a virtual air traffic controller. However, there are multiple fallbacks in place. So if Navigraph isn’t installed/not available, then the Taxiway Editor data will be used. If that doesn’t exist, then it will use custom instructions. Failing that, it will use the data found in the MSFS taxiway data, and finally, if nothing works, expect it to simply tell you to taxi at your discretion.

New Feature: Autotuning

Finally, a new announcement was revealed on the livestream. This is the optional Frequency AutoTuning feature. This will allow you to simply prepare the next frequency on standby after receiving a change by assigning a key within the simulator. This will swap the frequency straight away, saving you valuable seconds. Ideal for those getting started or who are feeling lazy.

Give it a Go Yourself

SayIntentions is available right now for you to try in both VFR and IFR experiences. It comes packed with features, but will cost $29.95 USD per month in order to take advantage of the advanced technology. You can read more on their website.

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