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The most compact and feature rich navigation calculator on the market today.

For those of you who haven’t read my other App Reviews (see App Store Review of Navigation Calculation Assistant For Windows 10 Crack and SimNautics for an even better view of Navigation Calculation Assistant) CAI is an addition to this system.
With Navigation Calculation Assistant you can:
Use a celestial chart.
Select your time zone (based on Nautical Almanac Tables)
Enter lat/long coordinates.

Navigation Calculation Assistant Description:
The most compact and feature rich navigation calculator on the market today.
Navigation Calculation Assistant Usage:
Navigation Calculation Assistant uses the new NavCalc Map to calculate and display your location, lat and long as well as bearing from location to destination.

Guide to Navigation Sighting Systems:
Navigation Sighting Systems:
Navigation Calculation Assistant includes a graphical map using NavCalc Map and the following tools:
Step size
Turning points
Bearing from location to destination
And more.
Navigation Calculation Assistant is an Educational Tool:
NavCalc Map has been designed to present your position, speed, track and bearing to destination in easy to read graphical form, allowing you to easily make navigation decisions with a click of a button.
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1. Navigation Calculation Assistant (CAI) is an educational tool (CAI) for celestial navigation as well as a tool to help a navigator work a sight using traditional navigation with a sextant.
When you begin playing Navigation Calculation Assistant, you start by navigating from your current position to the target location, using a GPS receiver that has been calibrated to work with the location you want to travel to.
The GPS receiver is connected to a computer that holds the Navigation Calculation Assistant program. The program uses the GPS receiver’s output data to calculate the position of your destination.
If you have the latitude and longitude of your destination, you just click on the “Click to Place Pointer at Target Location” button and give the destination’s latitude and longitude to CAI.
CAI displays your current position (location) and current waypoints (things you click).
You now simply need to move the pointer from waypoint to waypoint by clicking the waypoint with the mouse (or the mouse button), until the pointer is located at your desired location, and then click on the “Play” button to calculate your current position.
When you finish playing, you’ll have a last waypoint for your current waypoint map.
If you want to use the position calculated by CAI you can go back to the “Click to Place Pointer at Target Location” button and click on the “Go to Position” button.
CAI can help you to calculate your position in the following forms:
1- using a GPS receiver
2- using a homemade celestial navigation
3- using a traditional navigation with a sextant
CAI is suited for those who are not familiar with C#, needs a GPS receiver with an excellent score for tracking and a computer with an excellent processor. If your computer does not satisfy these conditions, you will not be able to use CAI.
Navigation Calculation Assistant Features:
1. A PC which has a good tracking performance with a GPS receiver.
2. The ability to track your destination using a GPS receiver.
3. Help you check the information on a paper map.
4. The ability to guide you to a position using a computer to show the current position, a blue line, the line you need to walk and the waypoints, and also marking the waypoints on the computer screen.
5. The ability to check the information on a paper map and move your pointer (the blue dot) by clicking on the

Navigation Calculation Assistant

This program is developed in MS Visual C++ 7.0, the windows user interface is done with MFC.
Navigation Calculation Assistant gives a help to navigate with a sextant.
Navigation Calculation Assistant has two modes:
1) the VISUAL mode,
2) the GARRISON mode.
* With this program, we can offer 3 different ways to determine the course (heading) to be followed to reach a destination:
## the MODE 1:
# choose a day (means the day it is the fastest to reach the destination),
# choose the shortest distance with VHF,
# choose the distance to the destination over the ILS (Navigation Calculation Assistant has calculated this value using the radio wave propagation with the satellite SV GPS PPP).
# choose the 5 flights per hour on non-circular waypoints.
# choose the fix monthly.
** In the mode 1, Navigation Calculation Assistant only gives the shortest distance using VHF so as to estimate the course to be followed to reach the destination.
# the FIELD mode:
# choose the flight per hour to be calculated: 3, 5, 7 or 9.
# choose the fix monthly.
# the MAJOR axis mode:
# choose the 0 degree: if the course of the true north deviates 0 degrees from 0 degrees, that is the angle which is 0 degrees.
# choose the 15 degree: if the course of the true north deviates 15 degrees from 0 degrees, that is the angle which is 15 degrees.
# choose the 45 degree: if the course of the true north deviates 45 degrees from 0 degrees, that is the angle which is 45 degrees.
The degrees are the angle between the destination and the course of the true north at the moment.
The program starts from the user entered point (CWP) and gives automatically the course (heading) to be followed to reach the destination.
Navigation Calculation Assistant has got a blue colored map showing the distance to the target and the name of the target. Navigation Calculation Assistant is possible to go to the next waypoint using the mouse or pressing F2.
Navigation Calculation Assistant has a red colored VHF meter.
Navigation Calculation Assistant has an orange color VHF meter showing the degree (azimuth) to be followed from the current position in the planned course.
When the program starts from the mode 1, it

What’s New in the Navigation Calculation Assistant?

* Uses calculating mode and other tools to manually work a sight: azimuth, elevation.
* Tells you the results (and will tell you where to go next)
* Indicates if your sight is in the right direction
* Shows the travel direction of the observed object
* Tells you if objects overlap (which can lead to ambiguous sights)
* Can be used with three different observing objects: Altazimuth, Elevazimuth and El-Elevazimuth
* Can be used to plan your travel (not for navigation)
* Can be used to enter arrival fix (both azimuth and elevation), looking for the best fix (selecting objects that overlap your location)
* Can be used to derive an initial transit fix (note: this mode will calculate the transit for any object, but is only accurate for transits where one of the objects is close to the sun or moon).
* Can be used to sync the gps time with the calculator time
* Can be used to sync with a watch or chronometer
The ‘Scales and Circles’ panel shows the current sight (which you can also preview on the display) and the computed azimuth, altitude and distance.
The button ‘Go!’ tells the calculator to take the azimuth for the observer, the altitude for the observer and the distance from the calculator to the observer (as a vector) and compute the compass for each point in the sight (note the compass is scaled in degree, while the sight is scaled in arcmin). The button ‘Math!’ asks the calculator to compute the distance between the observer and the object, the azimuth of the observed object and the altazimuth of the observed object.
The ‘Selection’ panel shows all the objects in the sight, and the ‘Landmarks’ panel shows the object with the highest distance from the observer (and a blue dot to indicate this object).
The ‘Time & Data’ panel shows the calculator time and the gps time (if they differ), and can tell you whether the observing object is in or out of the horizon.
The ‘Plot’ panel shows the computed azimuths (azimuths are plotted as arcs, you can see this by hovering your mouse over a plot) as well as the calculated distances. It also shows the computed altitudes.
The ‘List’ panel shows the results for each of the objects in the sight.
The ‘Graphical’

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT or equivalent
DirectX: Version 9.0c or later
Storage: 50 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card with 3D Audio support
Additional Notes:
This map has very high player and creature count. So if your computer can’t handle it

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