Government of Albania upgrades UFA's ATCOACH Radar Simulator

UFA, INC. announced today that the government of Albania through its Air Navigation Service Provider, ANTA, has upgraded its UFA ATCoach Global Edition Simulator.
This upgrade will provide ANTA with the latest aircraft and surveillance modeling enhancements, an updated comprehensive graphical based exercise preparation application, and the latest pseudo pilot user interfaces.

The UFA ATCoach Simulator upgrade was delivered as part of Lockheed Martins SkyLine Air Traffic Control System which successfully completed Site Acceptance in November 2011. The Lockheed Martin SkyLine system uses UFAs software to support Test and Training requirements. The ATCoach product suite provides high fidelity simulation of radar and flight data. UFA also supplies ATCoach simulation technology as part of the Lockheed Martin SkyLine systems in Korea and New Zealand. ATCoach is the enterprise solution in use by such leading Air Traffic organizations as DFS Germany, NAV CANADA and the FAA in the US.

UFA, INC., headquartered in Woburn, MA, is a privately held software engineering firm specializing in Air Traffic Management (ATM) simulation and voice technologies. UFAs product line includes ATCoach, ATTower, ATVoice, ATRadio and ATSpeakTM. UFA maintains additional offices in Gaithersburg, MD. The companys wholly owned subsidiary, ATCSim GmbH, is located in Mainz and Kaufbeuren, Germany.
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