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In the new major international airport in Berlin-Brandenburg, keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) technology from IHSE enables remote computer access and control of various mission control and monitoring systems.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has mandated that from November 2020 weather information must be provided in ICAO meteorological information exchange model, IWXXM, as well as in traditional alphanumeric code (TAC) format
Kempegowda International Airport, built on the city outskirts commenced its operations in May 2008, after delays in air traffic control services set forward the original planned opening date of 30 March 2008.
Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) in the UK has commissioned the installation of a voice communication system (VCS) to replace the airport's legacy system.
In 2015, airline tech giant Leidos and leading air navigation service provider NATS developed an incredible technology that changed how air traffic controllers were able to safely achieve a major increase in airport landing capacity without having to invest in new airport infrastructure. The approach was a simple one, but as with most game-changing improvements, no one had ever fully implemented it before.
Updating and modernising a busy control room presented Heathrow with an opportunity to address the ergonomic, operational and efficiency challenges that operators were experiencing.
Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) has worked together with Frequentis to implement the next generation tower flight data management system, Electronic Flight Progress Strips (EFES) to reduce air traffic controller (ATCO) workload and increase situational awareness.
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