Adacel Systems has reported brisk sales of its customer airport-specific AeroDRIVE simulator, which is designed to train ground vehicle operators how to conduct their functions safely in hazardous airport environments.
Richard Mitchell, business development manager for Adacel, told Jane’s that AeroDRIVE is a very successful programme. “Airports like the simulator and are expanding their use,” he said during the recent ARFF WG Leadership Conference in Orlando. He added that major US airports have purchased multiple AeroDRIVE units: four are in service at Orlando International, for example, while Dallas/Fort Worth International received its ninth in 2017. Airports in Italy and Canada are also enhancing driver training with AeroDRIVE.
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