Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) March 03, 2014
Under terms of the contract Adacel will supply and install a MaxSim aerodrome/approach ATC simulator at the TTCAA Aviation Training Centre in Piarco, Trinidad. Adacel’s simulator will be integrated into the extensive TTCAA ATC training program and will allow the region’s air traffic controllers to have access to state-of-the art simulation technology. Students will benefit through exposure to control situations in simulated scenarios, which will promote the development of the essential skills to perform in accordance with the highest international standards.
Adacel’s ATC simulation systems have proven to be very effective in developing higher proficiency and accelerating the learning process of controllers during their course of study and ongoing training. The simulators are designed to provide ATC students with realistic hands-on practice that reinforces learning, from the basics of phraseology and communications through the advanced skills required to be a competent controller.
Adacel is a leading developer of operational air traffic management systems, speech recognition applications and advanced ATC simulation and training solutions. The Company’s products are widely used throughout Europe, North America, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region. Adacel is regularly recognized as a top training and simulation company having received many prestigious awards in recent years. For more information about Adacel please visit http://www.Adacel.com.
About Aeronav Group
The Aeronav Group specializes in Integrated Air Traffic Control (ATC) Systems, Prefabricated VCR’s, Mobile ATC Towers, Ground-based Radio Navigation Aids (NavAids), Airfield Lighting Systems, Power Supply Systems and Control Tower Design. Aeronav services range from design, integration, installation, training and maintenance services to global turn-key solutions for Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP), Aviation Organizations and Airport Authorities worldwide. All systems are commissioned in compliance with ICAO and FAA recommendations.