UFA, Inc. (UFA), a provider of Air Traffic Simulation and Voice Technologies, announced that it has delivered its ATCloud ATC training platform to Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) in Manchester, New Hampshire. SNHU’s new ATCloud platform delivers hosted voice recognition and response (VRR) enabled ATC skills, phraseology and radar training applications. College of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics (CETA) Air Traffic Management students can access training applications through a web browser, workstation or iOS apps – all automated using UFA’s VRR technology. Students can use ATCoach® Mobile Edition for radar training and ATSpeak™ for skills and phraseology training.
ATCloud provides SNHU instructors with the ability to manage students, courses and content all from a web browser. Using UFA’s content creation and management tools, instructors can develop and maintain custom content designed specifically to meet the course objectives and curriculum. To support assessment of student performance and progress, ATCoach ME and ATSpeak generate post-exercise reports.
“We are looking forward to continuing our work with a longstanding, local customer who has contributed to UFA’s growth over the last 15 years,” says UFA product specialist, Alex Bowen.
UFA’s simulator is an outstanding training tool. Very realistic display options and associated systems. The programming tutorials are easy to understand. Their extremely knowledgeable support specialists have been a pleasure to work with. –Robert Adelizzi; Lead Instructor/SNHU
SNHU students will have the benefit of training anywhere, anytime with ATCloud.