UFA serves the Air Traffic Management industry with comprehensive simulation systems widely used for controller and pilot training, airport planning, airside driver training, ATM research and testing of operational systems.
Our Tower simulator, Radar simulator, and other ATC simulation products are used by the world’s leading Air Navigation Service Providers, Military Organizations and Universities. Remote training provides flexible, personal solutions for the ever-changing learning environment.
UFA has been providing Air Traffic Control simulation technology for over 40 years. The company has its headquarters in Burlington, MA, in Boston’s technology corridor. UFA also maintains a facility outside of Washington, DC to support its FAA and US military customers. ATCSim GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of UFA, has offices in Mainz and Kaufbeuren, Germany and provides local support for UFA’s European clients. Offices in Canada and Singapore were recently opened to provide support to our growing network of global customers.
UFA boasts a staff with extensive ATC and aviation experience as Controllers, Technicians, Trainers, Engineers, and Pilots. All of UFA’s employees are focused on delivering and supporting the premier ATC simulation and Voice Recognition technology to customers around the world.
UFA is a ISO 9001:2015 Certified Company.
All aspects of customer support and training
Development of complex software architectures
Algorithm development—including aircraft modeling and navigation
Modeling of complex systems—including surveillance, weather, and flight data systems
High performance 3D modeling and visualization
Software interface engineering
Benefits for Customers
Worldwide user base for our Tower and Radar simulators
Concept and requirements development through prototyping
Test Tool throughout the ATM system development lifecycle
Embedded performance verification of fielded operational systems
Training of new Controllers through their certification
Familiarization, refresher and emergency training for experienced Controllers
Combined Controller/Pilot training
Airspace/Airport modeling and new procedure evaluation
ATM Research and Development