US Navy ATTower deliveries complete
UFA has delivered the 39th and final ATTower Tower Simulation System (TSS) to the US Navy at Marine Corps Air Station New River in North Carolina, the company announced on 13 June.
The system's installation marks the completion of the delivery phase of the US Navy’s TSS project.
The ATTower system integrates ATView 3D airport visualisation, simulated tower technology such as weather, radar, voice communications, information displays and full ATVoice Voice Recognition and Response capabilities to provide a high fidelity training environment for air traffic controllers.
The simulators will allow navy and marine controllers to train and maintain proficiency across basic, intermediate, and advanced air traffic control training programmes.
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