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Civil Aviation University of China Acquires Additional Adacel Language Training Devices

211 Days ago

Orlando, Florida, Feb. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Adacel Systems Inc. (Adacel or the Company) has announced that the Company will supply additional suites of their Intelligent Communications Environment (ICE) aviation language proficiency trainer to the Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC).

Precise communications are crucial to aviation safety and consequently are a core component in both pilot and air traffic controller training. It is recognized that students lacking proficiency in the English language tend to have more difficulty and often take longer in training. Adacel’s ICE has proven to be an effective tool for use both in aviation phraseology training as well as general English language learning. The CAUC has been using ICE within their curriculum for several years and is now expanding the number of training suites available for use in their programs.

Adacel's ICE is designed to help users gain the vocabulary and comprehension necessary to achieve aviation English language proficiency. The system leverages Adacel’s advanced speech recognition technology wrapped with lesson content that creates a virtual aviation communication environment. This creates context for the phraseology that helps develop the students’ use of common aviation terms and exchanges that occur during flight and reinforces proper microphone techniques, timing and radio discipline.   

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Tom Evers
Adacel Systems Inc
407-567-2086
Tom.evers@adacel.com

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