Atlantis Systems Eduplus wins Additional Work by Lockheed Martin for Combat Systems Training

TORONTO, Ontario, 12 Jan. 2011. Atlantis Systems Eduplus (ASE)—a division of Atlantis Systems Corp., a training integrator in the military and commercial aviation markets, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia—won a contract option by Lockheed Martin Canada Inc. (Ottawa) for additional work as part of an existing contract for Synthetic Environment Advanced Combat Operator Training (SEACOT) Computer-Based Training (CBT). The SEACOT CBT program provides advanced training as part of the Navy's HALIFAX Class Modernization/ Frigate Life Extension (HCM/FELEX) Project.

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TORONTO, Ontario, 12 Jan. 2011. Atlantis Systems Eduplus (ASE)—a division of Atlantis Systems Corp., a training integrator in the military and commercial aviation markets, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia—won a contract option by Lockheed Martin Canada Inc. (Ottawa) for additional work as part of an existing contract for Synthetic Environment Advanced Combat Operator Training (SEACOT) Computer-Based Training (CBT). The SEACOT CBT program provides advanced training as part of the Navy's HALIFAX Class Modernization/ Frigate Life Extension (HCM/FELEX) Project.

ASE began work on the SEACOT program in July 2010. Under this new project, ASE engineers will design the CBT solution for additional combat subsystems, such as the Canadian Advanced Command and Control System (CanACCS), Identifier Friend or Foe (IFF), Electronic Warfare System (EWS), and the Electronic Support Measures (ESM).

"Atlantis is delighted that Lockheed Martin has again chosen ASE to do the additional work required for this project," says Henrik Noesgaard, CEO and chairman of the board for Atlantis Systems Corp. "Our focus has always been to make sure we deliver high-quality solutions on time."

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