NAV Canada selects UFA's ATTOWER Simulator

UFA, Inc., announced today that after an open competition, NAV CANADA has selected UFAs products for installation of eleven (11) Tower Simulators in Canada.
NAV CANADA will utilize UFAs state of the art ATTower, ATRadio and ATVoice products. The eleven installations will include the NAV CANADA Training and Conference Center in Cornwall, Calgary Tower, Montreal Tower and Toronto Tower. Standard off-the-shelf PC/Windows hardware is used to host UFAs ATTower Tower Simulator, ATRadio 2 Voice Communications Simulator and ATVoice Voice Recognition and Response software. ATTower is a fully integrated standalone simulator providing Apron, Tower, PAR, Approach and En Route capabilities and incorporates ATView 2 a state of the art PC/Windows based Image Generator. ATRadio 2 is VoIP based Voice Communications Simulator providing a low cost alternative to operational VCS equipment in a training environment. In addition UFAs ATVoice Voice Recognition and Response product will support training with minimal or no Pseudo Pilot requirements. Additional installations of ATTower include the US Army and Army National Guard; the FMG in Munich, Germany; the DLR in Braunschweig, Germany; the DFS in Langen, Germany; the FINAVIA, in Vantaa, Finland; EUROCONTROL IANS in Luxembourg; AAI CATC in Allahabad, India; and DGAC/DSNA at Charles De Gaulle and Orly Airports in Paris, France.
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