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Burlington, MA, February 9th, 2017– UFA, Inc. (UFA), a leading provider of Air Traffic Simulation and Voice Technologies, announces the successful replacement of The Community College of Baltimore County’s legacy Air Traffic Control training systems with its own state-of-the-art ATCoach®, ATTower®, ATRadio®, and ATVoice® products. CCBC completed their first semester of training on the new system in December.
The ATCoach radar simulator provides a comprehensive Air Traffic Controller training environment featuring a 6-position approach and en route radar lab, complete with voice communications system and electronic flight strips. The ATVoice voice recognition and response software will provide significant benefits to the training program such as the ability to train 24/7 and reinforcement of proper ATC phraseology.
The ATTower tower simulator features a 5-Channel, 300-degree field of view visualization system providing high-fidelity representations of three airports used to train CCBC students. The system also includes ATVoice and is fully voice recognition enabled. CCBC also has the ability to change their 3D Visuals using UFA’s ATEditor 3D Airport Builder.
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™, ATCloud™ and ATSpeak™. UFA maintains an additional office 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.