The Adacel MaxSim, 3D visual control tower simulation trainer is unique in the industry due to speech recognition and control technology coupled with artificial intelligence, which enables control tower operator. training at an unprecedented level of realism.
The U.S.A.F. invited Adacel to participate as partners in the annual I/ITSEC Conference where Adacel deployed a full sized Tower Simulation System (TSS) Air Traffic Control Tower training simulator.
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The completion of twelve months of restructuring initiatives has produced a more focused and leaner company.
With the group restructure completed, Adacel is a leaner company competitively positioned in attractive international markets.
Adacel advanced its strategy of taking existing technology into adjacent markets with its selection by Lockheed Martin to supply voice-based cockpit automation systems for the global F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program,the first for a US aircraft.
The move is part of Adacel's strategy to focus in Australia on its internationally successful products and technologies in defence and aviation, including the Joint Strike Fighter program.
The Recommended Training Solution listing assures end-users that equipment lives up to vendor’s promises and serves as a valuable resource for airport administrators when they are in the product selection process.
Adacel to provide key speech recognition tool for use in the world’s more advanced air combat aircraft.
The write offs were made despite the continued strength of the North American business.
The OFDPVS utilizes Adacel’s Aurora software for advanced flight data processing functions including automated conflict probe capability.
In 2003, Adacel established a leadership position within the software simulation market and expanded its relationships with the United States Air Force and various other air traffic control clients around the world.
Adacel awarded extension to the TSS simulation contract worth $20million USD.
Adacel’s Air Traffic Management (ATM) division to continue to provide software support.