Frequentis has completed the installation of its 3020X voice communication system (VCS) for the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA), under the supervision of Polish company IT-COM.
In September 2016, IT-COM won the competitive tender process to deliver the new VCS for PANSA.
Originally, the company collaborated with Schmid Telecom, but the partnership concluded after the Swiss company went bankrupt last year.
One month after the bankruptcy, Frequentis joined the project to help IT-COM develop and deploy the 3020X VCS for the Polish agency.
The VCS is expected to help PANSA to enhance its services at Krakow airport in Poland.
IT-COM CEO Stanislaw Sniezek said: “Frequentis ensured our contract with PANSA was fulfilled as previously arranged, guaranteeing the best solution was put in place, while making up for the delays caused by the Schmid bankruptcy.
“We are pleased with the support and delivery of the system, which kept us on track with the intended timeline for completion.”
The new VCS will provide a range of interfaces to external systems for safety-critical ground / ground and air / ground communication.
It will also offer an advanced air traffic management (ATM) communication system with 25 working positions, as well as more than 100 external telephone and radio links.