DENVER — Paradigm Shift Solutions has launched its Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulation product line.
The company exhibited its new ATC products at the University Aviation Association Fall Conference late last month. Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology has signed on as Paradigm’s launch customer and development partner for ATC simulation.
“We have been so impressed with the quality and engineering of our Paradigm CRJ Flight Training Device that when we were looking for ATC simulation, they were a natural choice” said Domenic Proscia, Executive Director of Training for Vaughn College. “Paradigm offers the technical expertise and industry knowledge to deliver ATC simulation that will allow our students to excel in the FAA air traffic controller academy and the real world ATC environment”
Paradigm’s ATC simulation product line incorporates fully integrated tower, TRACON and en-route controller workstations that emulate the most up-to-date ATC technology architected to be NextGen ready.
Paradigm Shift Solutions manufactures FAA approved Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD) and Air Traffic Control simulators for colleges, universities and flight schools; from compact desktop trainers to FAA Level 5 Regional Jet FTDs.
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