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UK-based facilities management company Westgrove Group has secured a contract for the Air Traffic Control building at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA).
A TETRA network provides secure and reliable mission-critical voice and data communications to ensure seamlessly integrated workflow management throughout airport, airline and air cargo operations.
DAMM TetraFlex® Systems have been specifically designed to adapt or grow with you, without incurring major additional infrastructure costs. This increases functional efficiency, while significantly reducing both operational costs and total cost of ownership.
French aircraft maintenance and modification services provider Sabena Technics decided to invest in a new hangar in its facility at Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport, and Singapore Airlines’ low-cost carrier Scoot renewed its long-term communication network services contract with IT and telecommunication provider SITA. Airport-Technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2018.
Copenhagen Airport in Denmark has implemented Eurocontrol Network Manager’s iSWIM new data exchange standard (iSWIM) to better handle anticipated passenger traffic growth.
The European Space Agency (ESA) and British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat have announced they are developing a technology to accurately track aircraft in four dimensions: latitude, longitude, altitude and time.
Global satellite telecommunications firm Inmarsat and the European Space Agency (ESA) have concluded the first test flight for their Iris programme, which is aimed at modernising air traffic in Europe.
Airways Corporation of New Zealand has chosen Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S VCS-4G, a quad-redundant IP-based voice communications system for air traffic control (ATC).
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