Orlando, FL (PRWEB) January 17, 2006
Adacel, an industry leader in software integration, simulation development, and speech recognition technology, announced today that it has secured a new contract with the Italian air agency, ENAV. The new ENAV contract is for 26 MiniMax Part Task Tower (PTT) simulators.
The new PTT simulators employ the industry-leading MaxSim® voice recognition system and will also include the latest European ICAO upgraded phraseology. The contract is valued at 3.1 million Euros.
“We are pleased that ENAV has looked to Adacel to expand their air traffic simulation and training facilities,” stated Fred Sheldon, Adacel CEO. “We value our long term relationship with ENAV, and appreciate their confidence in Adacel and the newest addition to our suit of Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulators. By expanding their training facilities with our latest simulation tools, ENAV continues their leadership in European Air Traffic Management and Training.”
The 26 new PTT's will be deployed in conjunction with ENAV's 6 existing MaxSim® 270-degree Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulators currently in use at their Forli, Italy facility. The addition of these simulation systems will make this the largest civilian ATC training facility in Europe.
The MiniMax Tower is Adacel's high fidelity, realistic airport simulator which capitalizes on the core technology and software features of its state-of-art MaxSim® ATC simulator. Adacel offers a full spectrum of air traffic control training solutions with the MiniMax providing the user with an affordable, portable and scalable 3D tower simulator.
Adacel is the leading provider of air traffic control training simulators worldwide. Adacel’s radar and visual control tower training products are used by: ENAV, NASA, the U.S. Air Force, Army and Marine Corps, the Federal Aviation Administration as well as air navigation service providers around the world.
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.
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