Adacel is recognized by KMI Media Group and Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine as one of 2013’s top simulation and training companies.
LEXIX, Adacel’s all new speech recognition system (SRS), debuts today at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando Florida.
Adacel is selected by the United States Air Force (USAF) to continue to provide services in support of the USAF’s ATC Tower Simulator System (TSS) program.
Adacel is granted three additional United States patents for inventions related to the Company’s work in speech recognition technology.
Adacel enters into a contract to supply air traffic control (ATC) simulators to Angolan company TECANGOL, which will be used to equip ENANA’s aeronautical training center in the Republic of Angola.
Adacel is selected by the US Army for the Air Traffic Control Common Simulator (ACS) Program.
Adacel to continue to collaborate with the Lockheed Martin Corporation on the FAA Advanced Technologies & Oceanic Procedures (ATOP) program.
Partnership with Lockheed Martin; Key customer contract extension; Operational update.
Adacel to demonstrate elements of its Aurora ATM system and ATC Unified Training Solution while participating at the CANSO Latin America & Caribbean Conference (LAC).
Adacel successfully completes delivery and installation of a suite of Air Traffic Control (ATC) training simulators purchased by Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Lockheed Martin Corporation procures an additional 32 licenses for Adacel’s Voice in the Cockpit system.
Adacel welcomes the Central Florida Chapter of Women in Aviation International to a reception held at Adacel’s Orlando Headquarters on the 18th of April.
Adacel granted a United States patent for an invention related to the Company’s work in speech recognition technology.
Adacel successfully completes a re-appraisal of their ISO certification.
Adacel to feature elements of its ATC Unified Training Solution (UTS) at the 23rd edition of the ATC Global Exhibition and Conference.
Adacel starts collaboration with Lockheed Martin on their SkyLine Enterprise™ advanced ATM system.
Adacel is awarded a contract by Avinor, the Norwegian Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), to provide a new ATM system for managing air traffic in the Bodø Oceanic Flight Information Region (OFIR).
Adacel to feature the latest technology developments in its advanced Aurora ATM system at the CANSO World ATM Congress taking place in Madrid, Spain from 12 to 14 February.
Adacel successfully completes a re-appraisal of its Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) certification.