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Signal and Interlocking Simulator: NXSYS
« on: June 06, 2013, 04:22:46 pm »
Hello BVEStation community,

I discovered what could be quite a gem of an app just now! It is called NXSYS and it looks just like the signal control boards that dispatchers/controllers use. It is a simulator that lets you control interlockings with simulated train presences that you must control.
You can download it here:

http://nycsubway.org/wiki/NXSYS,_Signalling_and_Interlocking_Simulator

Check it out

Working on the Northbound 2nd Ave Subway and the eastbound JFK express.
Upcoming projects are the R11, R15 and R12 trains.
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Re: Signal and Interlocking Simulator: NXSYS
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2013, 04:50:33 pm »
Here, I'll post some screens as a preview:

Cab View Feature


Main Control Panel



Working on the Northbound 2nd Ave Subway and the eastbound JFK express.
Upcoming projects are the R11, R15 and R12 trains.
(All credit to goes to Lance522 for the signature)