Trinidad plays an important role in the Caribbean air traffic control network and it is very gratifying that Adacel’s advanced simulation technology is helping them achieve their ATC training objectives. Seth Brown, CEO Adacel
Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
Adacel announced today that the Company has been subcontracted by Aeronav Inc to supply another MaxSim air traffic control (ATC) simulator for the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA).
Adacel will supply and install an additional MaxSim aerodrome/approach ATC simulator to augment the systems delivered to the TTCAA Aviation Training Centre in Piarco, Trinidad last year. Adacel’s simulator will be integrated into the extensive TTCAA ATC training program and will allow the region’s air traffic controllers to have increased access to state-of-the art simulation technology.
Adacel’s ATC simulators 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 to reinforce learning the advanced skills required to be a competent controller.
Adacel is a leading developer of advanced simulation and training solutions, speech recognition applications and operational air traffic management systems. Adacel is particularly well known for innovations within the ATC simulation and speech recognition fields. The Company’s products are widely used throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region.
For more information about Adacel, please visit http://www.Adacel.com.
About Aeronav Inc
Aeronav Inc 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.