Adacel is a leading developer of advanced simulation and control systems for aviation and defense. The company operates in the Global Aerospace Systems market including operational Air Traffic Management, Airport and Air Traffic Control Training, and Airborne Vehicle Systems. Within this market space, Adacel focuses on three converging knowledge domains, real time software, simulation and voice activated control technology.

Addx Corporation has extensive experience successfully enhancing federal systems from the individual to the enterprise level. From dynamic intelligence to legacy modernization to IT governance, the company offers a comprehensive set of IT and engineering services founded on expertise, strategy, and collaboration to improve business operations and reduce risk. Some of Addx Corporation’s clients include the Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Coast Guard.

American Airlines serves as the world’s largest airline when measured by fleet size, revenue, and scheduled passenger-kilometers flown, and the second largest by number of destinations. The airline operates an extensive international and domestic network with an average of nearly 6,700 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries.

C² Technologies, Inc. provides training, strategic human capital management, mission-critical support services, and information technology solutions to meet the specific needs of civilian, defense, and private-industry clients. The company provides a broad range of education and training services such as virtual task trainers, serious games, simulation and modeling, IMI/WBT/CBT courseware, learning management systems, and performance support tools.

Chickasaw Nation Industries provides aviation-related professional services including engineering, technical support, and program management. CNI supports the FAA as a subcontractor on the Controller Training Contract and with second level engineering, development, configuration management, acquisition support, and prototyping efforts of the WAAS. CNI’s FAA systems are located across the continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Canada.

Computer System Designers currently provides information technology, engineering, training, and eLearning support to Federal clients, including the FAA, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army, and the Defense Information Systems Agency. CSD is the prime contractor for the Regulatory Standards Division Instructional Services Training Contract and provides extensive support to the FAA Academy in Oklahoma City.

Eduworks Corporation creates solutions using artificial intelligence and text mining to improve processes, increase speed and accuracy, and decrease overall cost. The firm also creates performance multipliers to advance training analyses and technologies, simulator training effectiveness, individual and team performance assessment, and the work-practice and activity-based simulation of socio-technical systems for the Air Traffic Organization.

Infina, Ltd. delivers impactful training products via state-of-the-art audiovisual material, progressive graphic art and eye-catching print material. Infina supports the FAA on all recurrent technical training and several other programs for air traffic controllers and technicians.

JMA Solutions offers cutting-edge products and services that provide safe and efficient air travel on a global scale such as requirements development, systems engineering, human factors research and development, operational improvements, proof-of-concept demonstrations, training development and delivery, and safety risk management. The company’s air traffic management expertise extends to System Wide Information Management, Decision Support Systems, Terminal and En Route environments, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Safety Management, and Technical Training.

Leidos, includes formerly Lockheed Martin Aviation Division, is a trusted systems integrator serving Air Navigation Service Providers including the Federal Aviation Administration, the Transportation Security Administration, and airport operators. The organization’s work in airport modernization helps stakeholders achieve stated objectives including increased operational efficiency and safety, a technology enhanced passenger experience, non-aeronautical revenue enablement, and state-of-the-art situational awareness and security.

Northrup Grumman Technology Services provides innovative system, products, and solutions for unmanned systems, cyber, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to customers around the world. Technology Services’ three divisions focus on creating innovative, cost-effective solutions for defense, civil, and aviation customers.

Washington Consulting Group is a professional services firm offering a wide variety of technical training and consulting services of benefit to the worldwide air traffic system management and air traffic controller training. The organization offers services such as airport and airfield operations support, ATM security and crisis response, and airspace modeling and is a recognized ICAO distributive training center.