Company Logo

Adacel to showcase latest tool at Airspace World 2024

06 Mar 2024
#75340
Adacel Technologies Limited. (Adacel or the Company), an industry leader in advanced Air Traffic Management (ATM) and Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulation and training solutions, is pleased to announce the Company’s participation at Airspace World in Geneva, Switzerland, March 19-21, 2024. Adacel’s exhibit will be located at stand #L15.
In addition to showcasing latest developments in Aurora, MaxSim, and Reval, Adacel is unveiling its latest tool, FAST – Framework for Accelerating System Training. FAST is designed to provide real-time training and testing solutions to operational ATM systems. Driven by Adacel’s state-of-the-art MaxSim simulator engine, FAST interfaces with ATM systems to augment and enhance the training process. FAST has a variety of applications, some of which include:
• Evaluating concepts of operation and de-risking implementation.
• Validating operational procedures based on realistic traffic scenarios in a representative Controller Working Position (CWP) environment.
• Interfacing with existing systems to simulate training scenarios, emergencies, higher traffic levels, and new ATC procedures.
• Providing a solution for performance or capacity testing.
“We are thrilled to reunite with our industry peers, partners, friends, and customers at this year’s Airspace World,” shares Daniel Verret, Adacel’s CEO. “Our team’s hard work has led to remarkable progress with our products, and we can’t wait to showcase our latest innovations during the show,” continues Mr. Verret.
Neil Bowles, Adacel’s new Vice President, Air Traffic Management said, “I’m excited to be back at Airspace World and looking forward to our industry’s flagship event. Adacel’s ATM products enable safe and efficient operations from oceanic airspace to innovative digital tower implementation. We are ready to welcome visitors to our stand where they can meet our team and see how tools such as FAST can accelerate system training and help define new concepts of operation.”

Please wait