CAE Selects ATMS for U.S. Air Force KC-135 Military Training System
AQT Solutions is pleased to announce that CAE USA, prime contractor for the US Air Force aircrew training system programs, has selected ATMS (Advanced Training Management System) to manage the US Air Force’s KC-135 training program.
Serving defense and civilian training operations with around the globe since 2000, AQT Solutions is a leading provider of comprehensive and cost-effective military training management software to United States Air Force and other military operations. ATMS is the preferred US and global partner in military training management systems.
ATMS and MyATMS will provide KC-135 trainees with immediate access to training schedules, qualifications and launching e-learning content. MyATMS Mobile will provide instructors with touch grading on mobile devices with the ability to upload results quickly to the main system. An interface to GTIMS (Graduate Training Integration Management System) has been created to automatically queue’s trainees for their e-learning and updates the results back into GTIMS when the training is complete. For those bases not currently utilizing GTIMS, ATMS will provide the total training management solution.
Gregg Keys, Integration Team Lead at CAE USA describes, “AQT’s ATMS provides all training functions in one product. All of its features are easy to use while it provides a one stop solution for today’s complicated resource scheduling needed in the aircrew training environment.”
In addition to the KC-135 program, CAE USA uses ATMS to manage the MQ-1 Predator, MQ-9 Reaper, RSAF C-130, and US Coast Guard training programs.
CAE Inc. (formerly Canadian Aviation Electronics) is a Canadian manufacturer of simulation technologies, modelling technologies and training services to airlines, aircraft manufacturers, defense customers, mining companies and healthcare specialists. In 2012 the company’s annual revenue was CAD $1.82 billion. CAE was founded in 1947, and has manufacturing operations and training facilities in 20 countries.
Contact: Thomas Van, Implementation Director
ATMS: The Preferred Military Training Management System