Orlando, FL (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
Adacel, an industry leader in aviation speech recognition technology, software integration, and simulation announced today that the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) has awarded the Company a contract to upgrade its air traffic control (ATC) tower simulator with Adacel's latest VMAX Visual and NexGen Voice technologies.
Adacel's VMAX Visual technology provides the DND with the most up-to-date graphic display capabilities while NexGen Voice increases the reliability rate of Adacel's industry leading voice recognition system. This installation ensures that the DND is training with the latest simulation technologies available.
"We are pleased to been awarded this contract to enhance the ATC tower simulator and training capabilities of the Canadian Department of National Defence." stated Fred Sheldon, Adacel North American CEO. "Adacel continues to exploit leading edge technologies to update our simulation solutions and we expect to work closely with the DND in the future to ensure that their Adacel simulators represent the latest in the state-of-the-art for air traffic controller training."
The simulator is located at the "Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Control (CFSACO)" which is part of the NAV CANADA Training and Conference Centre in Cornwall, Ontario Canada.
Previously, Adacel announced that it had updated the 90 ATC tower simulators at various United States Air Force facilities around the world and will continue to support and upgrade these simulators on an ongoing basis.
Adacel (ASX: ADA) is a global software technology and systems integrator. The company is a leading developer of critical aviation, speech recognition, and defense simulation and security systems for government and commercial enterprises. Support services are available for all products including full-time, on-site operation and maintenance.
Adacel was established in 1987. The company's products can be found around the world. Adacel's North American operations are headquartered in Orlando, Florida and the Company has offices in Washington, D.C., Montreal Canada, and Melbourne, Australia.
For more information visit the company's website at http://www.adacel.com.