ProSim-AR was formed to offer improved software as the need to revise existing solutions within the flight simulation scene was identified. Established in 2011, we have advanced in business with an experienced team, technological developments, increased productivity and efficiency. Our customer relationship is based on trust and confidence that forms brand loyalty. More features are constantly added to our software, with new quality standards and products. ProSim-AR has achieved a high growth rate and is acknowledged as a market leader within flight simulation.

Meet Our Team

Hanne KooleManaging Director

From an interest in computers at a young age, including PC flight simulation games, I began programming before attending an IT study course. A career in sales and project management within world wide IT organisations, made it possible to put skills I had learned in practice.

My current role as Managing Director of ProSim-AR, includes the responsibility for software developments that add real value to our customers.

I am dedicated to move ProSim-AR into the future, by becoming the standard choice of software for flight simulators.

Sander HarskampProduct Manager

In my childhood I dreamed of a career in aviation. From plane spotting and flying in general aviation as a hobby, I attended an integrated airline pilot training course and obtained a CPL and frozen ATPL.

In 2010 I founded a company that operated a B737 flight simulator, which lead to a career move to ProSim-AR in 2013.

As a pilot and using my experience in the aviation industry, I am involved in the development of ProSim-AR products.

Marty BochaneSoftware Developer
Following my first flight with FS2 on the Commodore 64 in 1987, I generated an interest in flight simulation and software, therefore, began programming utilities for FS3 in 1990. This progressed to writing FSD, which was the server component for SATCO network. VATSIM and IVAO, which evolved from SATCO, both still run FSD based servers.

In 2005 I created FSEconomy which is a multi player environment and focuses on the virtual economical business aspects of flying. FSEconomy currently has over 4.000 registered pilots.

In 2006 I was involved in building a 737 simulator and recognised the need for improved software. I began to write software for flight simulators that developed into forming a company in 2010.

Currently, within ProSim-AR, I am able to continue my passion of developing improved software for flight simulation.