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Adacel Teams Up with CAE for Australia’s F-AMTS Program

Adacel Joins Forces with CAE-led Team AUStringer for Australia’s Future Air Mission Training System (F-AMTS), Program AIR 5428 Phase 3 

Adacel, a global pacesetter in air traffic control training and simulation solutions, has announced its alliance with the CAE-led Team AUStringer. This strategic partnership responds to the Commonwealth of Australia’s Project AIR 5428 Phase 3, Future Air Mission Training System (F-AMTS)

Stationed in Melbourne, Australia, Adacel will contribute to the Royal Australian Air Force’s Future Air Mission Training System (F-AMTS) as part of Team AUStringer. Their collaboration will start on 15 August 2023. 

What is the Future Air Mission Training System (F-AMTS)? 

The Future Air Mission Training System (F-AMTS), initiated by the Commonwealth of Australia, will modernize and enhance the air training capabilities of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).

The F-AMTS program aims to provide a comprehensive training system that can support the training needs of the RAAF’s aircrew for the next 25 years.

The program is divided into three phases. Phase 3 is the current focus. This phase aims to develop a new training system that can support the training of pilots, air combat officers, and air warfare instructors across multiple platforms.

The F-AMTS Phase 3 program will deliver a range of advanced training capabilities. These include simulators, computer-based training systems, and other training aids. The program will also support the development of new training courses and curricula. They will also maintain and support the training system.

This program is a significant investment by the Commonwealth of Australia in the future of its air training capabilities, with $500 million allotted for procurement in the Future Air Mission Training System (Air 5428 Phase 3).

Adacel’s Collaboration with CAE for F-AMTS 

Adacel's MaxSim ATC system—three screen panoramic view. Student wearing virtual reality goggles. Adacel Joins Forces with CAE-led Team AUStringer for Australia's Future Air Mission Training System (F-AMTS), Program, AIR 5428 Phase 3 
Adacel’s MaxSim ATC system—three-screen panoramic view. A student wearing virtual reality goggles. Source: Adacel

Adacel will bolster CAE Australia with cutting-edge training solutions and services within this collaboration. The objective is to provide immersive Air Traffic Control (ATC) training smoothly incorporated within the F-AMTS at RAAF Base East Sale, Victoria. 

“As an Australian company, Adacel has been at the cutting edge of developing and deploying the world’s most extensively used ATC Tower simulation and training solution,” stated Daniel Verret, CEO of Adacel. “With over ten years of experience supporting the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) ATC training programs, we are excited to collaborate with CAE, a globally recognized training solutions provider. Our joint focus is to devise and deliver advanced ATC solutions that provide a highly immersive training environment, exceeding RAAF’s training objectives.” 

“CAE is pleased to welcome Adacel to its expert air mission training team. For decades, each Team AUStringer partner has helped global defence and security customers protect their national interests and their Aviators,” said Matthew Sibree, Managing Director Indo-Pacific, CAE Defence & Security. “Together, we offer the Commonwealth the lowest risk F-AMTS solution that will assure the achievement of Air Force’s operational goals and address the priorities set by the Australian Government through the recent Defence Strategic Review.” 

About CAE

At the forefront of innovation, CAE is a high-technology company that ensures safety in critical operations worldwide. By harnessing the power of digital technology, CAE brings the physical world into the digital sphere. It provides state-of-the-art software-based simulation training and support solutions for high-stakes environments. CAE’s solutions enable pilots, cabin crew, airlines, defense forces, or healthcare practitioners to deliver their best daily performance. 

With a global presence encompassing over 40 countries and nearly 250 sites, CAE has a team of over 13,000 dedicated employees. This global reach is a testament to CAE’s commitment to its customers and drive to make the world safer. 

CAE’s legacy spans more than 75 years of industry firsts. CAE is the vanguard of technological advancement in its field. From the highest-fidelity flight and mission simulators to groundbreaking medical training programs, all empowered by digital technologies. CAE continues to innovate, ensuring its customers are always ready for the moments that matter most.

About Adacel

Established in 1987, Adacel is a publicly traded company listed on the ASX. The company plays a significant role in global airspace safety. A world leader in its industry, Adacel applies cutting-edge technologies to develop advanced air traffic control simulation and training systems. The company develops state-of-the-art air traffic management solutions.

Adacel’s customers include international air navigation service providers (ANSPs), military, defense & security organizations, universities, and airport authorities. More than 21% of the world’s airspace is managed with Adacel’s Aurora ATM software. MaxSim Tower Simulator and Training Systems lead the industry with the highest number of installations worldwide.

MaxSim is also the first ATC simulation system to deliver Virtual and Mixed Reality training capabilities into the classroom. Adacel’s latest flagship system, REVAL, a digital Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower system, delivers a wide spectrum of digital tower operational solutions. The company provides consulting services for system design, development, deployment, and support. Learn more at adacel.com.

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