UFA, Inc. (UFA), a leading provider of Air Traffic Simulation and Voice Technologies announced today, that the US Air Force 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron is using UFA’s ATTower, an Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower simulator, and ATSpeak, an ATC phraseology and skills trainer, to deliver training in Bogota, Colombia.
The 571st MSAS exchanges air mobility concepts and procedures with partner nations in Central and South America in order to support the development of their air mobility systems. For nearly 3 years UFA’s ATTower and ATSpeak in mobile configurations have played pivotal roles in assisting USAF ATC trainers to train their host nation counterparts during multiple U. S. Southern Command missions.
In the following MSAS video TSGT Kristen Travo of the USAF uses the voice recognition and response capability of UFA’s products to deliver state of the art ATC training to her Colombian Air Force counterparts:
Headquartered in Burlington, MA, UFA specializes in simulation and voice technologies and services for Air Traffic Management (ATM). UFA’s product line is in use around the world and includes ATTower, ATCoach®, ATView®, ATRadio®, ATVehicle™, ATVoice®, ATWorld™, and ATSpeak. UFA maintains additional offices in Gaithersburg, MD. The company’s wholly owned German subsidiary, ATCSim GmbH, is located in Mainz and Kaufbeuren, and also operates the ATCSim Innovation Center in Bavaria, Germany.