Montreal, QC, Canada, January 26, 2023–Adacel Technologies Limited (Adacel), an industry leader in advanced air traffic management solutions and simulation and training systems, is proud to announce that two of its industry leaders will present at Airspace World, taking place March 8-10 at Palexpo Conference Centre, in Geneva, Switzerland.
Bill Lang, Adacel’s Vice President Business Development, and an industry veteran, will present on March 9, 2:30-2:55PM, in the Frequentis Theater on a “A path to enhancing air traffic services in small nations with integrated automation and training systems.”
James Adams, Adacel’s Director of ATC Simulation & Strategic Programs, will speak on March 10, 10:30-10:55AM in the FABEC Ops Theater on “Anytime anywhere ATC training: Evolving to meet the demands of the new generation of air traffic controllers.”
“We are excited to have been selected to share our knowledge and expertise with the rest of the industry at the inaugural edition of Airspace World,” shares Daniel Verret, Adacel’s CEO. “This is the largest tradeshow for our industry and a great venue to exchange ideas, knowledge, expertise to further advance safety and efficiency in aviation. We are honored to present on two important topics we believe are crucial to aviation safety: modernizing ATCO training and making leading-edge ATM technologies available to smaller nations to elevate the overall flight safety around the world,” continued Mr. Verret.
During Airspace World, Adacel will also exhibit the latest developments for its flagship REVAL, Aurora, and MaxSim systems at stand #H8.
Established in 1987, Adacel is a publicly traded company listed on the ASX. The company plays a significant role in global air space safety. A world-leader in its industry, Adacel applies cutting-edge technologies to develop advanced air traffic control simulation and training systems and state-of-the- art air traffic management solutions. Adacel’s customers include international air navigation service providers (ANSPs), military, defense & security organizations, universities, and airport authorities. More than 21% of the world’s airspace is managed with Adacel’s Aurora ATM software. MaxSim Tower Simulator and Training systems lead the industry with the highest number of installations worldwide. MaxSim is also the first ATC simulation system in the world to deliver Virtual and Mixed Reality training capabilities into the classroom. Adacel’s latest flagship system, REVAL, a digital Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower system delivers a wide spectrum of digital tower operational solutions, from consulting services to system design, development, deployment, and support. For more information, please visit adacel.com.
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