Adacel Awarded New Simulation Support Contract with USAF

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Contract expands support and maintenance services for Adacel’s Air Traffic Control Simulation Systems.

Adacel, an industry leader in software integration, simulation development, and voice recognition technology, announced today it has signed a new Training Systems Support Center/Contractor Logistics Support (TSSC/CLS) contract option with the United States Air Force (USAF).

The contract option, valued at US$3.2M, is for one year of support for what is projected to be a 10 year Tower Simulator System (TSS) life cycle.

Under this new contract option Adacel will assume full responsibility for the maintenance and support of over 90 USAF TTS’s located at sites worldwide. Services will include: configuration management and documentation, maintenance and update of software baselines, 24/7 on call trouble shooting, system repairs, spares management and reporting.

“We have worked diligently with the US Air Force to ensure that their systems are continuously and seamlessly supported, and this new contract option demonstrates the trust they have placed in Adacel,” said Fred Sheldon, Adacel CEO. “We take pride in ensuring that our systems meet the operational needs of our customers. There is little value in having a state-of-the-art simulation system that is not properly supported. With Adacel, our clients get a comprehensive long term solution.”

As part of the TSSC/CLS, Adacel will also provide a web-based Integrated Data Environment. This environment provides the Adacel and the customer direct access to all support related documentation as well as contract related plans, technical documents and performance metrics.

Adacel is the leading provider of air traffic control training simulators worldwide. Adacel’s radar and visual control tower training products are used by: NASA, the U.S. Air Force, Army and Marine Corps, the Federal Aviation Administration as well as over thirty air navigation service providers around the world.

About Adacel

Adacel provides software technology and systems integration solutions across the globe. The company is a supplier of critical security, aviation (air traffic management), speech recognition, and defense simulation and security systems for government and business entities.

Adacel’s products can be found in more than 30 countries. With a commitment to customer support and extensive research and development, Adacel is recognized as a leader in simulation, system integration and software development.

Adacel was established in 1987 and listed on the ASX in 1998 (ASX: ADA). The Company’s U.S. operations area headquartered in the I-4 Technology Corridor of Orlando, Florida. Adacel has offices in Washington, D.C., Montreal Canada, Melbourne, Australia and Manchester, United Kingdom.

For more information please visit us at http://www.adacel.com

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