Latest UFA ATCCoach technology selected for Lockheed Martin Skyline product

UFA, Inc., (UFA) announced today that Lockheed Martin has reaffirmed use of UFAs ATCoach simulation technology with its SkyLine air traffic management product.
Installations will include the Lockheed Martin laboratories in Rockville, MD, and Eagan, MN in the US and the sponsored Airways New Zealand laboratory in New Zealand. ATCoach is used for product development testing, system testing and various forms of customer training activities. The latest release of UFAs ATCoach Global Edition product will be used to provide state of the art simulation capabilities, including ATPrepare for user friendly exercise preparation and dynamic preview, ATSetup for exercise setup, monitor and control, and ATPilot supporting comprehensive pseudo piloting capabilities. The ATCoach Global Edition product supports a number of ASTERIX surveillance and other interfaces used to drive automation functions for testing and training. Lockheed Martin has deployed the UFA ATCoach simulator with its SkyLine product to customers around the world, including multiple sites at Airways New Zealand, Albania and South Korea. In addition, ATCoach is today in use by the Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH (DFS) in Germany, and on the Federal Aviation Administrations En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM), En Route Communications Gateway (ECG) and User Response Evaluation Tool (URET) programs.
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