Adacel Technologies Limited has announced a new contract award from Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
The new, state-of-the-art ATC training system for Broward College will include Adacel’s cloud-based ATC training solution with Virtual and Mixed Reality technology to facilitate distance learning and advance students’ educational experience. The new system will include MaxSim Air Traffic Control Tower Simulator with Local, Ground, and Supervisor positions plus Remote Pseudo Pilot capability as well as Adacel’s latest enroute and TRACON training with Controller, Assistant, Instructor, and Pilot positions, scenario preparation, and a voice communication system.
“Broward College joined our Adacel family of customers in 2008, and our team is excited to announce the college as Adacel’s launch customer for MaxSim’s Virtual and Mixed Reality technology,” shares Daniel Verret, Adacel’s CEO. “Adacel has been steadfast on bringing these new technologies into the air traffic control training environment. Virtual and Mixed Reality technologies will support higher learning retention rates and increased student confidence, especially when transitioning to real-life work environment. We can’t wait to celebrate all the advantages the new technology will offer,” continues Mr. Verret.
Speaking of the award, Scott Gyssler, Broward College ATC Program Manager shared, “Broward College is very pleased to continue its long relationship with Adacel, a leading provider of Air Traffic Control simulation and training systems. The new ATC cloud-based training solution will make remote ATC learning a reality not only for Broward College students. It will also make the program accessible to future students throughout the United States and neighboring countries while delivering unprecedented flexibility to our academic staff and students. We are proud to be the early adopters of this advanced training methodology.”
The new system will be delivered by June 30, 2023, with one year cloud service subscription and SimCare support.