Andrew Hazelden has a cool project!
This is a concept design for a handheld air traffic control system for model airplanes. This project is designed to allow a small handheld device to track the flight path of multiple model airplanes at a flying field. The mikroATC firmware can display either a vector map or aerial mosaic image tiles of the flying site. You can navigate the map view using the controlpad buttons.
In the YouTube video the flight pattern shown was created by the built-in mikroATC simulator routine.
The display code supports tracking multiple model airplanes at the same time. Each model airplane that is tracked has its own unique ID, display name, and telemetry struct data. This demo is powered by a MikroElektronika MMB board with a Microchip dsPic33 P33FJ256GP710A MCU and the mikromedia gaming shield.