Adacel Named Among Top Simulation and Training Companies

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KMI Media Group and MT2 hold an annual competition to recognize companies that have made a significant impact in the military training industry throughout the current year. For the fifth consecutive year Adacel has been named as a top simulation and training company.

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“It is an honor to once again be selected among the best in the simulation and training industry.”
Seth Brown, Adacel CEO

Adacel has announced that the company has been recognized by KMI Media Group and Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine as one of 2012’s top simulation and training companies. This marks the fifth consecutive year that Adacel has been named to the list, which has also included several past honors for leading the industry in innovation.

KMI Media Group and MT2 hold an annual competition to recognize companies that have made a significant impact in the military training industry throughout the current year. An impartial panel selects the winners from submissions from companies engaged in creating solutions across a diverse training area that includes among others serious gaming, visual systems, embedded training, simulation and database modeling.

“It is an honor to once again be selected among the best in the simulation and training industry,” said Adacel’s CEO, Seth Brown. “We strive to lead the way and it is gratifying to be recognized for the successes our team has achieved.”

Adacel’s expertise is in the simulation, modeling and speech recognition fields. The Company’s ATC Unified Training Solution provides a holistic family of simulators and tools that are specifically designed to improve air traffic control training efficiency and success rates. Students consolidate skills and phraseology on individual task trainers and advance through team training on full immersion simulators as their skills progress. Adacel is particularly focused on adapting speech recognition technology to create direct voice input control interfaces, so that users can interact directly with the computer generated entities in their training systems. Speech is the most natural way to communicate and it offers significant advantages in training by eliminating much of the need for supporting role players and their associated costs.

About Adacel

Adacel is a leading developer of advanced ATC simulation and training solutions, operational air traffic management systems, and speech recognition applications. The Company’s products are widely used throughout Europe, North America, the Middle East and the Pacific Rim. Adacel is regularly recognized as a top training and simulation company having received many prestigious awards in recent years.

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