Frequentis Comsoft is an international solution provider to the air traffic management (ATM) industry, headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany.
The company provides solutions in the aeronautical messaging handling and surveillance domain to civil and military air traffic control authorities and organisations, as well as entities in every International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) region.
Automatic dependent surveillance with multilateration for the aviation industry
Quadrant is an advanced modular surveillance solution designed to provide automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) and multilateration within a single platform.
Quadrant is an expandable solution that provides independent, genuine, 3D position measurements using multilateration techniques. A single sensor is capable of offering extended surveillance coverage that was previously unavailable. Additional sensors can be added at a low cost, further expanding coverage to overlap surveillance with optional multilateration.
Aeronautical message handling systems
Aeronautical Integrated Data Exchange Agent – Next-Generation (AIDA-NG) is Frequentis Comsoft’s market-leading integrated AMHS solution.
It is based on European ATM Communication Gateway (ECG) software, which was developed in cooperation with Eurocontrol.
The system offers a highly versatile communication gateway that integrates aeronautical fixed telecommunication network (AFTN) / Common ICAO Data Interchange Network (CIDIN) technologies with SITA in a single platform.
These services are ideally complemented by Frequentis aeronautical e-services.
Air traffic surveillance data distribution solutions
Surveillance Data Distribution System – Next-Generation (SDDS-NG) is an advanced solution for interconnecting surveillance sensors using the All Purpose Structured Eurocontrol Surveillance Information Exchange (ASTERIX) standard.
It supports full integration and interoperability of all current and future surveillance distribution needs by providing a single access point for surveillance data.
The system directly incorporates legacy serial interfaces, communication protocols and data formats. As a turnkey SDDS-NG supplier, Frequentis Comsoft provides its customers with the ability to operate legacy formats and equipment when necessary.
EUROCONTROL’s ATM surveillance tracker and server
Frequentis Comsoft is a bespoke service provider for the deployment and integration of EUROCONTROL’s ATM surveillance tracker and server (ARTAS). The system combines a range of surveillance data sources for a coherent and accurate air situation picture, using advanced tracking technologies to deliver optimal accuracy and reliability levels for data output.
Frequentis Comsoft is the current EUROCONTROL industrial partner for the maintenance of ARTAS, and is an ARTAS distributor for the deployment and integration of ARTAS systems in non-EUROCONTROL member state organisations.
Display solutions for air and ground situational awareness
The Air Situation Display (ASD) is a configurable human-machine interface (HMI) that is designed for seamless air / ground awareness for ATC operators and aerodrome flight information service officers.
ASD features a main traffic window that allows operators to focus on traffic in the assigned area. Additional support subwindows offer precise information to reduce workloads, which deliver real-time safe and efficient flight management.
The system has a range of open software modules for civil and military applications, including safety nets and flight data processing.
About Frequentis Comsoft
Frequentis Comsoft was established as a small communication company in the late 1970s. In 1989, EUROCONTROL tasked the company with the development of Surveillance Message Conversion and Distribution Equipment (RMCDE), which was the company’s first ATM solution.
The company develops products to meet fast-growing industry demands and developments. Its portfolio includes modern solutions for the ATM industry, including innovative surveillance and communication programmes such as ADS-B, ATM automation modules, as well as aeronautical message handling systems and surveillance data systems.
Supplying solutions for more than 80% of international AMHS, Frequentis Comsoft is a leading provider of communication systems, with its products used by more than 120 clients in more than 80 countries.
In 2016, Comsoft became part of the Frequentis Group and has since been operating as part of the corporate organisation, contributing its wide range of enhanced expertise for safety-critical applications.
As a member of the group, the company has access to international sales and service network across more than 50 countries. Frequentis and Comsoft aim to enhance the integration of their complementary ATM product portfolios and offer further benefits to their customers.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Directorate of Civil Aviation, BHDCA, introduced Air Traffic Services Message Handling System (AMHS) to replace the Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network (AFTN) and enhance airspace communication.
French air navigation services, DSNA (in French, Direction des Services de la Navigation Aérienne) has selected an aeronautical message handling system (AMHS) from Frequentis Comsoft to enhance its airspace communication capability and fully support the ICAO basic and extended AMHS service profiles.
Frequentis Comsoft and EUROCONTROL have renewed their industrial partner contract.
German Federal Minister of Transport Awards FREQUENTIS Group Funding for Project FALKE Counter Drone System
German Federal Minister Scheuer has awarded the funding agreement for the research project FALKE to Frequentis Comsoft managing director Thomas Hoffmann, representing the Frequentis Group.
Malta Air Traffic Services Ltd (MATS) has installed the aeronautical message handling (AMHS) switch from Frequentis Comsoft.
Frequentis Comsoft's annual collaborative aeronautical user group (CAUG) has continued to provide a platform for air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and aviation experts to discuss the impact of emerging topics and how to solve them.
After three years of development and expansion work at Frequentis Comsoft, Gerald Enzinger hands over the management agenda to former Austro Control chief operating officer (COO) Thomas Hoffmann.
Frequentis Comsoft hosted the first Surveillance Data Distribution System Networking Group at the end of October to address user needs, exchange ideas and share current working practices with air traffic control and military organisations.
Under the theme 'The Future of Aeronautical Data Communication', this year’s CAUG addressed a diverse agenda of topics reporting on the trends and future developments in air traffic services, including SWIM, security and message handling.
Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) has successfully completed the next step in its major AIM modernisation programme with Comsoft Solutions.
Instituto Nacional de Aeronáutica Civil (INAC) in Venezuela has begun operating the Comsoft Solutions AIDA-NG message handling system, to create the second South American inter-regional gateway following Peru.
Comsoft Solutions will supply the Eurocontrol Network Manager with ETFMS entry nodes for Casablanca in Morocco, Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Riga in Latvia to facilitate improved efficiency and help these states to better manage air traffic volumes.
Over 30 sites now operate Comsoft Solutions state-of-the-art SDDS-NG that safely and easily interconnects any system that handles surveillance data.
Installation for Danish ANSP NAVIAIR is successfully completed by Comsoft Solutions, supporting international air traffic growth.
The Department of Civil Aviation of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (DCA Myanmar) has now completed its planned ICAO AIS to AIM roadmap modernisation by installing the COMSOFT Solutions AIM system and Frequentis SmartCharting tool.
First Multilateration Network for Poland is Fully Operational Thanks to COMSOFT Solutions’ Quadrant Sensors
PANSA successfully enhances surveillance coverage with COMSOFT Solutions WAM network in Gdansk.
The Finnish air navigation service provider ANS Finland has installed quadrant sensors and transmitters in order to provide WAM and ADS-B coverage for more than 80% of the Finnish Airspace. The final WAM network will include more than 100 ground stations in Southern, Central and Northern Finland providing enhanced surveillance and a coherent air situation picture.
Belgocontrol, the air navigation service provider (ANSP) for Belgium has successfully completed a midlife software and hardware upgrade of its aeronautical message handling system (AMHS), AIDA-NG, in order to provide further enhanced reliability, performance and message handling functionality. The upgraded system consists of Comsoft solutions AIDA-NG, CADAS-ATS and CADIR products with European Directory Service (EDS) support.
The Department of Civil Aviation of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (DCA Myanmar) completed site acceptance of Comsoft Solutions' AIM system, transforming their aeronautical information management and thus supporting their increasing air traffic.
Building on the 2016 launch of the Quadrant starter kit, Comsoft Solutions has launched an enhanced all-in-one-box solution to now include RAPS-3 functionality for analysis, testing and validation of surveillance sources.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Venezuela, Instituto Nacional de Aeronáutica Civil (INAC), has contracted COMSOFT Solutions to deliver and install an Aeronautical Message Handling System (AMHS) solution based on their market-leading product AIDA-NG in order to transform the way in which they transmit messages and aeronautical data.
Comsoft Solutions will provide Estonia with a SWIM-ready AIM solution facilitating the next steps in the ICAO AIS to AIM roadmap.
Air navigation service providers (ANSPs) are globally moving from Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Networks (AFTN) to ATS Message Handling Systems (AMHS) to enable a highly performant and future-proof environment for current and future rich data exchange.
Comsoft Solutions to complete cutting-edge wide area multilateration (WAM) network for Danish ANSP NAVIAIR.
The upcoming ARTAS version V8B4 will provide enhanced functionality for en-route, approach and a prototype for surface movement tracking.
Comsoft Solutions will be exhibiting their surveillance solutions at this year's ATC Global, which has united the international air traffic management community for many years.
Flawless flight plans are an important prerequisite for future automated flow and capacity management, increasing flight safety and reducing operator workload, while managing increased flight volume.
The air navigation services provider (ANSP) of Slovak Republic, Letové prevádzkové služby (LPS), has successfully upgraded their AIDA-NG AMHS system with Comsoft Solutions, enabling enhanced reliability, performance and functionality.
Comsoft Solutions has announced its new organisation chart, establishing six clear business units, and appointing six experienced Comsoft Solutions employees as business unit directors.
EUROCONTROL has put their full trust in Comsoft Solutions by allowing them to fulfil all prior EUROCONTROL projects, since joining the Frequentis Group.
Portuguese ANSP, NAV Portugal, has selected Comsoft Solutions' state-of-the-art Surveillance Data Distribution system (SDDS-NG) for advanced data exchange of surveillance data sources for mainland Portugal, the Azores and Madeira.
COMSOFT Solutions' AIM and AMHS users showed their continuous support at the ninth annual user group, CAUG, under the motto 'Continuity with new perspectives'.
Global AIM, organised by the International Federation of Aeronautical Information Management Associations (IFAIMA), is taking place this year in Rio, Brazil, with AIM experts gathering under one roof to talk about the latest AIM developments and innovative ideas.
Comsoft Solutions has carried out successful site acceptance of eAIP production tool CADAS-EPS for the ANSP of the Netherlands, Luchtverkeersleiding Nederland (LVNL) - its first since becoming part of the Frequentis Group.
Comsoft Solutions' head of sales, Markus Heichel, and Frequentis' head of ATM Automation Solutions, Günter Graf, will take to the Frequentis Aviation Arena on 9 March, 12:30-13:00 to talk about Frequentis and Comsoft Solutions in a presentation: 'Working In collaboration for a safer world'.
Comsoft Solutions Uli Kaage will present the Frequentis Groups compelling solution for submitting AIP specific digital data to ANSPs. The solution also makes the move towards a fully digital data management of airport relevant static and dynamic data.
COMSOFT Solutions to highlight innovative AIM, AMHS and ADS-B, while demonstrating continuity with new perspectives since becoming part of the FREQUENTIS Group.
The new Frequentis subsidiary 'Comsoft Solutions' has acquired parts of the ATM business of Comsoft. An experienced management team led by Gerald Enzinger will focus on realising growth opportunities, particularly in the European and Asian markets.
The Frequentis Group, a strategic investor with headquarters in Vienna, Austria, will take over the main assets and projects of air traffic control and air traffic management business COMSOFT in Karlsruhe.
The ANSP of Georgia, SAKAERONAVIGATSIA Ltd, has completed the successful installation of German expert COMSOFT's core AIM Database, CADAS-AIMDB, which uses latest AIXM 5.1 technology and facilitates completion of the vital second phase of the ICAO AIS to AIM Roadmap.
COMSOFT Aeronautical User Group (CAUG) took place in Karlsruhe, Germany, this week, bringing together its worldwide users to discuss operational and technological challenges arising from new technologies applied in the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) and Aeronautical Message Handling System (AMHS) domain.
COMSOFT have completed the prestigious MEVA-III VSAT project, providing a regional VSAT network for 15 ANSPs at 18 sites in the Caribbean, as well as Latin, Central and North America, allowing for a new and more efficient communication system, using the latest VSAT technology, SykWAN, from long term partner ND SatCom.
New York-based radar system supplier C Speed and Germany-based COMSOFT formalise their working partnership by signing an official teaming agreement at the 2015 CANSO World ATM Congress.
The Tanzanian Civil Aviation Authority has again chosen COMSOFT to assist with their goals of efficient and modernised air traffic services, with the addition of COMSOFT's Aeronautical Billing (CAB) solution.
Georgian air navigation service provider SAKAERONAVIGATSIA have added an important maintenance contract to the scope of their Aeronautical Message Handling System (AMHS) contract with German ATM expert COMSOFT.
Isavia is now providing continuous surveillance across the Atlantic with ADS-B
World ATM congress 2015 to highlight data management while COMSOFT bring automated billing solution to the stage.
EUROCONTROL awards COMSOFT further five-year contract for Centralised ARTAS Maintenance and Support (CAMOS) as industrial partner.
Crucial ADS-B project for northern Vietnam will enhance en-route coverage while also improving air surveillance in the eastern waters.
The African Technology Seminar highlights the value of COMSOFT’s advanced ADS-B and AMHS systems for Tanzania.
SAKAERONAVIGATSIA implements COMSOFT's premium AMHS solution. Following comprehensive testing procedures the national ANSP of Georgia SAKAERONAVIGATSIA has site accepted its AMHS/AFTN system, which went operational after an error-free reliability test period.
Civil Aviation Agency of the State of Qatar Opts for COMSOFT’s High Quality Internet Security Solutions CISECA
A new cost-effective access to ATC services has been taken into operation by QCAA. Alongside with their state-of-the art AMHS and AIM infrastructure QCAA has taken a sophisticated email and internet solution into operation enabling end users and administrators to access the respective services in an easy and cost-efficient way.
The Algerian ANSP adapts its flight data processing systems to the new ICAO flight plan format. To be able to seamlessly effect the transition to the new ICAO flight plan format, ENNA has chosen COMSOFT's cutting-edge flight plan converter AIDA-FPL. Following a successful site acceptance the ANSP has taken the converter into operation and is now all set for the ongoing transition.
Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services Agency opts for COMSOFT's leading FPL converter technology. Having selected COMSOFT as their partner to supply SMATSA (Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services Agency) with its leading flight plan converter technology, the ANSP is now all set for the new ICAO flight plan format.
FT Automacao Industrial selected COMSOFT to undertake the installation of their new Surveillance Data Distribution System SDDS-NG in the Amazon area. The German ATC supplier recently has been awarded a contract to provide FAB (Força Aérea Brasileira) with its SDDS-NG at 22 locations.
The Finish air navigation service provider and airport operator Finavia has ordered a total of 39 of COMSOFT's Quadrant ADS-B sensors and 12 transmitters, to cover approximately one quarter of Finland.
The Corporación Peruana de Aeropuertos y Aviación Civil (CORPAC) is pursuing its goal to establish the most modern ATC environment by introducing an AIXM 5.1 based AIM solution.
ARTAS is to produce a uniform air situation picture from Finland's diverse surveillance data sources. Further Comsoft systems will enhance surveillance infrastructure.
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has awarded Comsoft a contract to perform ADS-B roll-out for 14 sites across India.
On 22 September the Federal Directorate of Civil Aviation (FEDCAD) of Bosnia-Herzegovina transferred their operational services with ease from AFTN to AMHS.
COMSOFT supplies advanced FPL converter to GACA. GACA, the ANSP of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is way-ahead of most other ANSPs and well-prepared to await the worldwide migration of the flight plan format applicable in November 2012. Not only have GACA ordered an FPL2012-compabtible update of
Worldwide ANSPs using COMSOFT's AMHS systems joined to debate on latest and upcoming aeronautical communication issues. Under the heading 'AMHS - Part of the Big Picture,' the fourth meeting of the COMSOFT AMHS User Group (CAUG) was opened on 3 May. Air navigation service providers (ANS
COMSOFT was attested to render IT Support Services for ARTAS on an extremely high level and has been certified in accordance with ISO/IEC 20000-1. The provision of IT Services ARTAS maintenance and operational support was successfully certified in full accordance with ISO/IEC 20000-1, t
Comprehensive study will pave the way for the implementation of ATN directory services and the AMHS extended service in Europe. EUROCONTROL entrusted the renowned German AMHS expert COMSOFT with the execution of a study of fundamental importance on the operational use and implementation
Successful site acceptance tests marked the culmination of implementing four highly specialised gateways (OLDI FDE/FMTP) at the Swanwick and Whitley centres of British air navigation service provider (ANSP), NATS. The systems were delivered, installed and tested by key supplier and manufa
GCAA of the United Arab Emirates accepts COMSOFT’s AIXM 5.1-based integrated AIM solution and publishes the first electronic AIP in the MID region. ABU Dhabi/ARAB EMIRATES, February 2011 – The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of the United Arab Emirates published their AIP on Feb
German ATC expert COMSOFT has been selected to perform the update of EUROCONTROL's eAIP core and extended toolbox. Moreover, the eAIP Editor's and User's manuals will be updated and eAIP sample files will be provided. eAIP is the solution for the publication of AIP contents in structur
By establishing another operational AMHS link, the Middle East has further substantiated and expanded their leading position as flagship ICAO region for the implementation of AMHS. Recently published, ICAO COM charts depict the Middle Eastern AMHS centres of Jeddah, Cairo, Amman, Doha, Abu Dhabi
According to Amendment 1 to ICAO Doc 4444, a new flight plan format will be in effect from 15 November 2012. In support of the ICAO-driven FPL2012 migration, COMSOFT has launched its AIDA-FPL product, which transforms all flight plan messages from the present format into the new format and vice v
CORPAC of Peru has announced to have put into service the AMHS link between its aeronautical fixed communication centre in Lima and Colombia's Aerocivil in Bogotá without using a hitch, on 8 November. Both South-American ANSP have made a major leap in terms of advancing the worldwide aeronau
Fully in line with the industry's specifications and schedule, Belgocontrol's innovative system for automated aeronautical communication (ISAAC) demonstrated its maturity and readiness for operational service in meticulously accomplished acceptance and reliability tests. Based at Brussels Interna
Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) have signed site acceptance certificates for their unique eAIP solution, based on COMSOFT's AIXM 5 compliant aeronautical database CADAS-AIMDB and the electronic AIP production system GroupVerve AIS by Synclude. The new system is the first running AIXM 5.1-
COMSOFT’s modular ATC automation solution PRISMA has proved its capability in flawless site acceptance tests to be compliant with the amendment of ICAO’s 15th edition of the procedures for air navigation services – air traffic management (PANS-ATM, Doc 4444). Hence, the General Civil A
With the aim of providing additional services to civil airlines and operators, as well as to UAE's air force, the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has received a major extension for their PRISMA system, including additional ATC tower equipment for Al Ain International Airport in the East o
From 23 to 24 June, a delegation of international air navigation service providers (ANSP) operating a COMSOFT system followed the annual call of the German ATM supplier to participate in its user group benefiting from the mutual exchange of experiences. This time, the leading theme was
The General Civil Aviation Authority of Abu Dhabi (GCAA) has launched an operational AMHS connection with Jordan transferring their aeronautical message exchange from AFTN to AMHS. Just one year ago, this proactive administration took their first AMHS link with the DCA of Oman into ope
COMSOFT will be demonstrating the latest developments of its ultra compact Quadrant sensor at this year's ATC Global exhibition, taking place 9-11 March in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Besides the presentation of the sensor itself, the performance monitoring suite QCMS will be on display
The new ATC automation system for the flight school and aviation training centre STPI of Indonesia has passed site acceptance tests in Tangerang. After the successful completion of site acceptance tests for COMSOFT's PRISMA in January 2010, STPI has obtained a modern ATC automation syst
Hong Kong and Macao, Special Administrative Regions of the People's Republic of China, have moved their aeronautical messaging service from AFTN to the new standard AMHS. Outstanding engagement on the customers' side impressed German system supplier COMSOFT and underlines the system's maturity.
Estonian Air Navigation Service (EANS) and COMSOFT have signed acceptance certificates for their new electronic AIP (eAIP) solution featuring COMSOFT's fully fledged AIXM 5.1 database CADAS-AIMDB and Synclude's eAIP production system GroupVerve AIS. After the implementation in Tallinn i
The providers of air navigation services CORPAC of Peru and U.A.E.A.C. of Columbia have successfully conducted pre-operational AMHS tests and are set to establish the first operational AMHS link in South America. In November CORPAC and U.A.E.A.C. performed AMHS interoperability tests w
Taipei's flight information region is now covered by advanced ADS-B technology from German surveillance expert COMSOFT. The Air Navigation and Weather Services (ANWS) of the Civil Aeronautics Administration of the Republic of China contracted COMSOFT for the provision of a comprehensive
Jeddah, Saudia Arabia — On 2 November 2009 the air navigation service provider of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia put its new AMHS messaging system into operational service. Just before the start of the annual pilgrim period Hajj, which causes very high rises in traffic figures
The new AMHS and AIS solution for the air navigation service provider of Pakistan, PCAA, was officially inaugurated in Karachi in August. The ICAO headquarter actively supported PCAA in the execution of the project and their skilled air traffic management experts monitored the implementation ensu
After a competitive tender phase the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) selected COMSOFT as supplier for a new Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) system. The new (AIM) system supplied by German ATM expert COMSOFT will take advantage of the latest AIXM standards and will therefore
Singapore – The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and COMSOFT last month signed site acceptance test certificates for the most advanced ADS-B receivers plus an ADS-B processing system. After the conclusion of reliability acceptance tests, the system is now ready to enter ope
Warsaw, Poland – The modern surveillance data network of the Polish Air Navigation Service Agency (PANSA) based on advanced COMSOFT surveillance communication technology has already proven its excellence in operational service for several months. This country-spanning archit
Mumbai, India – On 14 October 2009 the first AMHS message was exchanged between the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) in the course of conducting bilateral interoperability tests according to the ASIA/PAC AMHS manual. Both par
COMSOFT has been issued the ISO 14001 certificate for its environmental management system. Concurrently the quality management system has been reassessed according to ISO 9001. The German ATC provider has been issued certificates both for its quality and environmental management systems
LFV and COMSOFT have signed a contract at the ATC Global 2009 for the modernisation of their AIS at Stockholm's Flight Planning Centre (FPC). LFV's business area manager for ANS Systems, Mr Rolf Norman, and Mr Manfred Schmid, CEO of German ATC supplier COMSOFT, took the opportunity at t
Karlsruhe, Germany – the civil aviation department of the vibrant city of Hong Kong, in the centre of rapidly developing South-East Asia, has placed a firm order for COMSOFT's AMHS technology. With this award, German ATM specialist COMSOFT substantially increases the number of modern and
The German ATM system supplier, COMSOFT, and RISK from Azerbaijan, have agreed to join forces and develop a highly integrated system for aeronautical information management (AIM). RISK is a software house providing excellent solutions for aeronautical charting and intelligent procedure and airspa
Kalrlsruhe, Germany - COMSOFT and CORPAC successfully conducted the factory acceptance test (FAT) for the aeronautical message handling system (AMHS) due to be delivered to the Air Navigation Service Provider of Peru, Corporación Peruana de Aeropuertos y Aviación Comercial (CORPA
Administration de l’Aéroport de Luxembourg (AAL) Engages COMSOFT’s RAPS-3 to Analyse Surveillance Data
Luxembourg - The AAL, a long-time customer of the German ATC supplier COMSOFT, have acquired RAPS-3 in order to analyse and record the soaring surveillance data emergence due to increased traffic volumes. The system was commissioned, including training, before the summer peak. RA
En-route Radar Control And Monitoring System (ERCAMS) in the UK: Rationalisation of Entire Network, Upgrade of Centres and Radar Equipment
Swanwick, UK – NATS' key supplier COMSOFT are due to complete the replacement and rationalisation of the entire ERCAMS network nodes in June and updated all centres and the Mode S radar equipment. This challenging three-phase project was conducted within NATS' infrastructur
After 14 years of highly reliable operation, the LVNL decided to base their future national and international messaging system AMADEUS for AFTN/CIDIN and AMHS traffic on the AIDA-NG, the Next Generation of their current AFTN/CIDIN switch from COMSOFT. For COMSOFT the LVNL has been a valued, long
The aeronautical message handling system, contracted by the end of 2007, already passed FAT and SAT. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation and Meteorology (DGCAM) of Oman went operational with COMSOFT's AMHS and AIS technology in record time. Once again the high level of professiona
Early this month the Egyptian air navigation service provider NANSC signed a contract in Cairo with the German ATC/ATM supplier COMSOFT for the provision of an AFTN/CIDIN/AMHS solution. Preparations are already underway as the contractor seeks for an expeditious cut-over. The communicat
At this year's major ATC conference and exhibition, the ATC Global 2008 in Amsterdam, the German company COMSOFT and NATS, the UK’s air navigation service provider, signed a contract to further deepen and enhance their long-term cooperation in the ATC/ATM business. In the course of the
Romanian Air Traffic Service Administration (ROMATSA) selected Comsoft's All-purpose Data Stream Replicator (ADR) to allow cross-border radar data exchange. Commissioning of a new PSR/MSSR Mode-S radar for improved coverage of Romanian air space required a format converter, as th
Swedish Air Force orders eight new RAPS-3 - Comsoft's radar data test and evaluation tool, qualified by EUROCONTROL. The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) has ordered eight compact versions of RAPS-3, following the upgrade of their first RAPS II to its powerful succes
Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (ATSA) extends radar-based surveillance infrastructure with ADS-B sensor. In March ATSA ordered from Germany’s ATC/ATM specialist Comsoft a first Quadrant ADS-B ground station including a control and monitoring system and real time data pr
Poland's Air Navigation Service provider decided on a modern, future-proof and field-proven surveillance infrastructure and enhances its existing radar technology by installing a country-wide surveillance network, the Polish RAdar NETwork PRANET. The central communication nodes RMCDE, forming the
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) awarded Germany's COMSOFT a contract for the upgrade of ETFMS gateways The Irish Aviation Authority upgrades their Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System (ETFMS) gateways. The systems located in Dublin and Ballycasey interface the local ANSP e
ATM solution provider COMSOFT and UK's leading defence and security expert QinetiQ once more associate in a technology joint venture to boost their activities in the sensor technology for ADS-B and multilateration. QinetiQ is an international defence and security technology business based
First military radar data network is being established in Germany. Surveillance experts from German ATC/ATM solution provider COMSOFT successfully accomplished major milestone. The installations of the three phase project MilRADNET have been put into operational service by the Ge
Already by the end of 2007, COMSOFT emerged the winner of an elaborate selection which was conducted by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in close cooperation with AACM. The core of the chosen solution is COMSOFT's proven AIDA-NG product line, complemented by COMSOFT's terminal
The Corporación Peruana de Aeropuertos y Aviacion Comercial selected the ATC solution provider COMSOFT for the implementation of Peru's future country-wide AFTN/AMHS infrastructure. The installation will be completed by a state-of-the-art AIS system providing access to local and international NOT
Germany and the UK replaced their current ASTERIX test and evaluation tool with COMSOFT’s latest development in this sector: RAPS-3 German Air Navigation Service Provider DFS and British NATS, both belonging to the first RAPS-II customers, are certain about the advantages of the
The German ATC specialist COMSOFT has been chosen for the implementation of an Only recently the company carried out a similar project in Abu Aeronautical Message Handling System (AHMS) in the Sultanate of Oman. Dhabi, thus making the Middle East yet another cornerstone for AMHS-based technolo
Swiss Air Force disposes of a new network for the recording and replay of aeronautical data. The systems, provided by the German ATC specialist COMSOFT, are operational on the military air bases of the Swiss Air Force The German ATC supplier COMSOFT has equipped various military
Sri Lanka disposes of a new tool for the testing and analysis of surveillance data. The German ATC specialist COMSOFT has provided the Control Centre in Colombo with RAPS-3, the next generation of the company's highly regarded ASTERIX Test and Reference Tool. KARLSRUHE, GERMANY, October 2007 –
The German ATC specialist COMSOFT has been awarded the contract for the integration of Wide Area Multilateration and ADS-C into ARTAS, the European tracker system developed by EUROCONTROL ARTAS, the European ATM Surveillance Tracker and Server, is undergoing major development. Follo
COMSOFT will soon install an AMHS in Morocco. This will be the first operational system on the African continent using this new technology. In the near future it will also serve as a gateway improving the connection between North Africa and Europe. In January 2007, COMSOFT was awarded a