NAV Portugal awards Adacel with a new contract for a major upgrade of the System Atlantico (SATL) ATM automation system used for Oceanic, En Route, Approach and Tower control within the Santa Maria Flight Information Region.
Adacel is selected by the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to rehost the airport’s driver training simulator systems.
Adacel to debut its new Lexix Command Audio module as part of the Company’s featured systems at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC).
Adacel is selected again in 2015 as a Top Simulation and Training Company with special recognition for innovation within the simulation industry.
Adacel is subcontracted by Science Applications International Corporation to support the FAA’s Controller Training Contract.
Adacel is selected to supply air traffic control (ATC) training systems to Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten.
Adacel successfully completes an upgrade to the Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulators in use at Miami Dade College in south Florida.
Adacel is awarded a contract by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) valued at more than A$2.0 million for the acquisition of additional Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulators.
Adacel and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) sign and close a definitive agreement for the sale of the CSC NexSim ATC simulator line and associated support services.
Adacel secures news contracts in air traffic control management and air traffic control simulation training.
Adacel is subcontracted by Aeronav Inc to supply another MaxSim air traffic control (ATC) simulator for the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA).
Adacel demonstrates the integration of the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality headset into the Company’s MaxSim Air Traffic Control tower simulator.
Adacel is awarded a contract by the Directorate of Air Navigation Services of France (DSNA) for the deployment of a new ATM system for Cayenne, French Guiana.
In addition to featuring their advanced Aurora ATM systems, Adacel plans the European launch of their new LEXIX speech recognition system and will also display elements of their ATC simulation and training products.
Adacel is recognized by KMI Media Group and Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine as one of 2014’s top simulation and training companies.