Having regard to the outlook, we are confident that the steps we have taken will deliver an improved result compared to previous periods.
Under the terms of the agreement, Adacel will supply the Air Force with PAR capability for deployment in all of their 90 existing tower simulator systems (TSS) in operation throughout the world.
This new order will support facilities in Chicago, IL, Miami, FL, and Ontario, CA, and be used to train developmental air traffic hired into those facilities.
These new agreements include a complete visual and voice upgrade for seven Enhanced Tower Operating Systems (ETOS) located at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
The USMC will use these newest MaxSim® simulators to begin the training enhancement process at their most complex air traffic control (ATC) facilities.
The honor was given by the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission (EDC), and is part of the EDC’s ongoing commitment to recognizing emerging and established companies.
Adacel Technologies Limited reduced its group losses in the year ended 30 June 2005 as the company consolidated its operations following the restructuring initiatives of 2004.
The latest order for multiple 270-degree MaxSim Tower simulators with voice recognition follows a tower simulator contract awarded to Adacel last year by ENAV.
The FAA already hosts eleven Adacel MaxSim tower simulator.
The Adacel technology will generate simulated air traffic and be connected to multiple Airbus applications creating “real life” air traffic scenarios for the development and evaluation of Airbus components across the range of new and existing Airbus aircraft.
The system, which uses Adacel’s Aurora Oceanic ATM automation software, controls international air traffic in the Santa Maria Oceanic flight region of the North Atlantic.
The PCA (Presidency of Civil Aviation) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia chooses the Adacel MaxSim Tower/Radar air traffic control (ATC) simulator for its growing aviation faculty in Jeddah.
Adacel has reported improved operating results and positive cash flows following the group restructure progressively implemented during the six months to 31 December 2004.
Two companies have won extensions to their military aviation training support contracts, one with U.S. Air Force and the other with a British defense aeronautical engineering college.
Presently the USAF has approximately 60 MaxSim systems in use around the globe with the balance of the contracted systems to be installed during the current year.