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August 21, 2012

FAAC to showcase cutting edge bus simulator

To demo MB-2000 Bus Simulator in BusCon’s exhibit hall September 11 to 12, 2012. The MB-2000 features a variety of visual display options designed to closely replicate the driving environment for training purposes.


October 4, 2011

FAAC displays new low-cost, high-fidelity rail simulator

The MR-1000 simulator makes a small physical footprint but meets the most demanding rail operator training objectives for a variety of rail types, including knowledge of rules and regulations; signal identification; route familiarization; rail operations knowledge; maintaining a schedule; and a fault workstation for isolation, diagnosis and corrective action.


August 17, 2011

FAAC to build Toronto LRV simulator

Under subcontract to Bombardier, which is producing the new railcar, will design, develop and deliver the simulator to support TTC's training program.


August 11, 2011

FAAC conference for driving simulator users coming to Calif.

Event taking place aboard the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach. Will feature the first-ever certification course for driving simulator instructors.


May 3, 2011

CUMTD taps FAAC for transit simulators

In addition to the two MB-1500 simulators, company also delivered an instructor-controlled desktop simulator, its Scenario Toolbox scenario building software program and a custom-built geo-specific virtual driving world.


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