Eduardo Eurnekian

Lunes, junio 16th, 2014

Ezeiza Airport has Argentina’s most advanced Air Traffic Controller Simulator

 

Simulador de vuelo 3

Today, Ezeiza’s Air Control Center will start using the most avant-garde electronic device for air traffic controller training. This system, sponsored and coordinated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000, has been specifically designed for Argentina by the MITRE Corporation’s Center for Advanced Aviation System DevelopmentThe installed module has been specially developed for Argentina; it uses cutting-edge technology (artificial intelligence applied to voice recognition systems) and meets the international standards set forth by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Among other features, it helps save both time and money since it does not require the presence of pilots during controllers practice and training. It has a voice recognition and synthesis system that allows simulation in Spanish and in English (depending on the airline and flight controlled) and correctly interprets commands received in English with an accent or idioms and slang from our country. “Virtual pilots” verbally answer the controller, who can prove the result of his commands through the radar display in front of him. Besides, the device can analyze the actions executed in each session and allows instructors to make an impartial assessment of the results obtained.

The top executives of both companies took part in the simulator commissioning: Eduardo Eurnekian, Rafael Bielsa, Matías Patanian and Roberto Curilovic of AA2000; Lillian Zarrelli Ryals, Bernard Lisker and David Barrett of Mitre.

Those also present at the ceremony were the minister of security of the province of Buenos Aires, Alejandro Granados; ORSNA’s head, Gustavo Lipovich, and Alberto Palermo, director of the Air Force National Air Traffic Control Administration.

All the project promoters agreed in describing our country as a world leader in the application of this type of system. In turn, they highlighted Aeropuertos Argentina 2000′s vision in recognizing cutting-edge technologies to streamline airport security; a significant advance in air controller training and a key element to perform efficient flight procedures.

MITRE is a not-for-profit corporation based in Washington, DC. For the last 60 years, it has had the world’s largest lab of its kind, where it develops avant-garde air traffic procedures and a wide range of electronic prototypes.

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