Atlantis Systems Eduplus Awarded Canadian Air Force Projects

Atlantis Systems has announced that its division Atlantis Systems Eduplus (ASE), located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, has been awarded three new projects for the Canadian Air Force, to provide Virtual Maintenance Rehearsal Trainers (VMRTs) to aircraft technicians employed at 402 Squadron in Winnipeg. Furthermore, it has been awarded additional work with the Canadian Air Force to upgrade the Air Maintenance Policy Course (AMP L2).

The VMRT projects will provide a virtual training environment for the CT-142 Dash 8 Bleed Air, Main Landing Gear and Propeller Pitch Control systems. The goal of this project is to increase CT-142 systems operation, to improve fault isolation, and to reduce actual maintenance times spent on these systems.

The AMP L2 course will be upgraded to include advanced interactive media and provide engaging content. This course will be delivered via the internet and the Defence Wide Area Network (DWAN), using ASE's Learninglogics Technology Platform.

"The three VMRT contracts will leverage advanced 3D technology instruction to reduce actual maintenance times and improve overall serviceability of the fleet, and the AMP L2 contract will create substantial savings for the Canadian Air Forces over the next few years, stemming from the elimination of travel costs associated with traditional course delivery” said Alan (Al) McMillan, Business Development Manager at ASE.

"Our Eduplus team under the capable leadership of Carl Daniels has once again confirmed the confidence of the Canadian Forces in our ability to successfully deliver contracts on time and within budget," said Henrik Noesgaard, CEO and Chairman of the Board.
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